Guess The Leprechaun

Since my "Guess the Groundhog" was such a hit with my students, I created one for St. Patrick's Day.  Students will be provided with a copy of the "Guess the Leprechauns" sheet that I laminated.  Students will pick a shamrock (maybe out of my "pot of gold").  I will read the poem to them.  They will be required to attend using "whole body listening" and listen for key words (color, clothing, actions).  We will make a list of these describing key words and have them on the dry erase board for all to see!  Students will take turns responding aloud with the number of the Leprechaun being described.  Then we will have a dialogue about how that was the answer. 

As a review, I have seen numerous "draw the leprechaun" freebie worksheets floating around the Internet and Pinterest.  I will probably have my students draw their own leprechaun and then use describing key words to describe them!

Auditory comprehension, describing, expanding utterances, theme vocabulary, turn many targets in one!  Grab your Guess the Leprechaun HERE

What goals are you working on in your speech rooms?!  Feel free to comment!
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  1. What a cute and helpful game! Thanks for so generously sharing. I featured your printable as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page:

  2. This is so clever! My son would LOVE this. Thank you so much for sharing such a great activity and FREE printable too!

  3. and for those teachers in the public school, you could get away with printing it off in black and white and could even add a step after reading a cue, such as: now color my beard in orange! or what color will you add to my socks? or can you make my rainbow right? (although I'd probably do the rainbow one last).


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