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bulletHave You Seen My Pot of Gold? - A printable mini book project to cut, color, and read. You could even turn it into a play. From Scholastic. site annotation for Have You Seen My Pot of Gold?

bulletEdward Lear - A Book of Nonsense - This online version of a "A Book of Nonsense", is an illustrated collection of 112 limericks for children. site annotation for Edward Lear - A Book of Nonsense

bulletTeachnology – St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets - While this is a commercial site, it does offer a variety of free printable activity sheets for elementary students.  site annotation for Teachnology – St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets

bulletScholastic - Poetry Idea Engine - Learn how to write a limerick at this interactive site from Scholastic. There are also tutorials for haiku, free verse and cinquains. site annotation for Scholastic - Poetry Idea Engine

bulletIrish Blessings - It just wouldn't be St. Patrick's Day without Irish blessings! Here are blessings for a variety of occasions. site annotation for Irish Blessings

bulletFunny Fill-In – The Luck of the Irish - St. Patrick's Day is March 17 and weird things have been known to happen on this day. Type some key words in this journal, then click "Read" to see how your St. Patty's Day turned out." (site) site annotation for Funny Fill-In – The Luck of the Irish

bulletTreasures & Trees, Dragons & Dreams - This is a children's story about a little leprechaun named Lucy and her encounter with a dragon. site annotation for Treasures & Trees, Dragons & Dreams

bulletBBC: Poetry Study Ireland - This BBC page, although no longer updated with new information, has a wonderful collection of Irish poetry, grouped into themes. For many, you can listen to English or Irish audio recordings. site annotation for BBC: Poetry Study Ireland


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