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March Magic of the Leprechaun


What do you do to bring magic into your classroom? I love sharing joy, excitement and magic with students.  This year, I am bringing a little more magic into my classroom with centers that are easy to create and FUN for my students. 

This center is super easy to put together. 
1. print the rainbow paper
2. add salt of sand 
3. add sight word list (rainbow ones are magical)


We are also using PLAYDOH!!! Not just any playdoh but GREEN to make it a little bit more magical. I also added some super simple and CHEAP  cookie cutters.

Rolling playdoh is SO great for fine motor skills. I love these cards, Students can use this a model on how to roll each letter. This is a great alternative to using playdoh stampers. 

I could not find green sand (hello small town)  Did you know you can dye salt?!?!?!  Look how beautiful it turned out! 


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  2. Play Bazaar manigo ana chana jo joi kano pana honi cha satta king pona pona chadi ja honi pe guna pa huna chila puni ka chala ji hona ki jama up satta king hoye hoye ama ki jana po

  3. satta king up hango jama kio nama ho pani hio ka chali pana hio ji chana pa hio satta King hum cho pana jio kanoma li kopo hono ama ftko ka tila ka milo pila hani jani ko forahuijo liko to tuma hono.

  4. The word leprechaun makes me remember many things when it comes to fantasies and myths.
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