Oh, the Sunday night blues are bad tonight. Waaaaa. My weekend was super busy, and now I can’t believe it’s almost Monday again. PJ and I did not have nearly enough time together. We miss all of you out there in Blogland . . . as well as some Reality TV and my couch. Luckily, tomorrow is Green Monday so that’s helping. Jeans, a t-shirt, and flip flops — because it is going to be 82 degrees!
Traci at Dragonflies in First wrote her own Leprechaun poem for the month of March. Now that’s talent! I was searching for a St. Patrick’s poem because the one I have talks about pinching. Which is not allowed in my school. How about yours? Plus, I used to be off track in March. I’m getting choked up just thinking about it. OFF TRACK. THIS MONTH. So that when we turn BACK the clock and LOSE AN HOUR of SLEEP, it wouldn’t bother me one bit. I just kept on sleeping. And lounging. And drinking coffee. And lunching. And by the time April rolled around, I was used to (sort of) the time change. I don’t know what I did to make our superintendent dislike me so much that he changed my perfect schedule.
I lost track of where I was, just thinking about being off track. See? I need to be off track so that I don’t lose my track.
Oh! I remember. I don’t really have March poems, seeing as how I’m not accustomed to teaching in March. I’ve got it rough, people.
So Traci posted this adorable poem and then sort of hinted that I should make word cards and a fill in the blank. Maybe she didn’t hint. Maybe it was more of a wish. And that wish floated on over here and POOF! Magic Wand! Pixie Dust! Her wish came true!
Here are the poems in color and black and white:
I Want to Catch a Leprechaun Poems
Color Word Cards:
I Want to Catch a Leprechaun Color
Black and White Word Cards:
I Want to Catch a Leprechaun b&w Word Cards
Fill in the Blank:
I Want to Catch a Leprechaun Fill in the Blank
I hope you like them! I love them and can’t wait for my kiddos to use them in the classroom.
I have to give a quick shout out to my mom! She was my guest reader on Friday for Dr. Seuss’ birthday. 🙂 Here she is: