Friday, March 15, 2013

An Enchanted Childhood Playschool ~ March 11th-15th ~ Saint Patrick's Day Fun


Early in the week, we read The Story of Saint Patrick's Day and made paper plate rainbows.
Every year, we learn the colors of the rainbow and the order of them!


oh boys... every picture? really?



Later in the week, we read Planting a Rainbow by Lois Ehlert.
The children then made rainbow fruit kabobs for snack.  They loved this activity!







After their snack, they made rainbows and insisted on using some St Patty's Day stickers to decorate the paper!






Some other fun play going on!








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15 comments:

  1. Excellent craft ideas! I love how you use a book to start them off!
    ~ joey ~

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  2. Kabobs would be a great rainbow hit around here. Please link up your post to mine as well! http://thinkingoutsidethesandbox.ca/spring-break-begins/

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  3. So many great idea's! Love the kabobs. Thanks for sharing on We Made That!

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  4. Hi! I did a post about The Story of Saint Patrick's Day too! http://houseofburke.blogspot.com/2013/03/babys-first-st-patricks-day.html

    I love the activities you did with your kids. Planting a Rainbow is an awesome book!! The fruit kabobs look delicious. So glad I stumbled upon your blog via the babygiveawaysgalore linky party. Your activities look really fun!

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  5. Oh, what fun ideas!! Thank you for sharing at Sharing Saturday!

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  6. I love your rainbow activities! I want one of those kabobs!

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  7. I love all the different ways you made rainbows with these kiddos! Bet they really got a firm grasp on the colors of a rainbow.

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  8. What wonderful ways to explore rainbows! Both books you selected look awesome. I will be sharing this post on Facebook and Pinterest.

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  9. I love those rainbows you did with the construction paper. What a good idea!

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  10. Rainbow fruit kabobs! What a great idea!

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  11. That's a lot of rainbow activities. I like the fruit rainbows.

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  12. Lovely activities. I particularly like the rainbows.

    I've featured it on The Sunday Showcase tis week: http://www.herecomethegirlsblog.com/2014/03/01/st-patricks-day-activities-preschoolers.html

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  13. Those are awesome fruit kabobs!

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  14. Paper Plate Rainbows? Genius!

    Thank you for stopping by the Thoughtful Spot Weekly Blog Hop this week. We hope to see you drop by our neck of the woods next week!

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