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FREE Fluency Fun and History, too!  "St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Radio Show" Cast = 3 or 3 CHORAL groups  Readability = grade 3.6  (Original and Middle School Versions also available at Readers Theater All Year.)

FREE Fluency Fun and History, too! "St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Radio Show" Cast = 3 or 3 CHORAL groups Readability = grade 3.6 (Original and Middle School Versions also available at Readers Theater All Year.)

St. Patrick's Day Song for Kids | Little Leprechaun Song - YouTube

St. Patrick's Day Song for Kids | Little Leprechaun Song - YouTube

St. Patrick's Day activities: FREE Fill in the Blank Leprechaun Story

St. Patrick's Day activities: FREE Fill in the Blank Leprechaun Story

holiday stories comprehension st patricks day

holiday stories comprehension st patricks day

St. Patrick's Day History for Kids

St. Patrick's Day History for Kids

The Story of St. Patrick:  Reading/ 3 Vocabulary Worksheets/ Sequence Strip Story/ Making Information Questions/ Scrambled Words

The Story of St. Patrick: Reading/ 3 Vocabulary Worksheets/ Sequence Strip Story/ Making Information Questions/ Scrambled Words

It's "I'm a Little Leprechaun!" for St. Patrick's Day.  Follow the story of this adorable Little Leprechaun.   #kidsmusic   #stpatricksday

It's "I'm a Little Leprechaun!" for St. Patrick's Day. Follow the story of this adorable Little Leprechaun. #kidsmusic #stpatricksday

St. Patrick's Day story time for Kids: Tim O' Toole and the Wee Folk - YouTube

St. Patrick's Day story time for Kids: Tim O' Toole and the Wee Folk - YouTube

I've been there...its the most beautiful place i've ever seen and its my heritage

I've been there...its the most beautiful place i've ever seen and its my heritage

St. Patrick--who was neither Irish, nor named Patrick, nor an officially canonized saint.  He was a Brit named Maewyn Succat who was known for wearing blue, not green.  And the whole driving the snakes out of Ireland bit, Ireland never had snakes.  But he did die on March 17th (we think).

St. Patrick--who was neither Irish, nor named Patrick, nor an officially canonized saint. He was a Brit named Maewyn Succat who was known for wearing blue, not green. And the whole driving the snakes out of Ireland bit, Ireland never had snakes. But he did die on March 17th (we think).