St. Patrick's Day Art: Draw a Leprechaun Mashed up With a Pot of Gold & Rainbow
In this one time class, we will draw a leprechaun mashed up with a pot of gold, four leaf clover, and a rainbow. Saint Patrick's day coloring page and word search. Enjoy jokes, emoji riddles, fun facts, and Would You Rather questions.
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What do you get when you cross a leprechaun, four leaf clover, a rainbow, and a pot of gold? I fun time doodling this creature! 🤣I will guide your learner with step-by-step instructions on how to draw our mash up friend. Draw this silly creature and engage in fun conversations. 🙋Introductions. ✏️ Step-by-step instruction on how to draw the mash up. 😂 Jokes, questions, and riddles. 🖼️ At the end of the class, students will display their drawing to each other. 🌈 Colorful slide shows and fun...
This class is taught in English.
1. Plain sheet of paper. 2. Pencil with eraser, crayons or makers. 3. Two fun worksheets are available to print and enjoy. They will post before class.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Previous Special Ed teacher: Animal Club, USA Travel Club & Art Club
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
32 total reviews
121 completed classes
My name is Angelina and I live in sunny California. My other names are mommy and teacher. ❤️ Experienced Special Education teacher (k-3rd grade). I have a Bachelor's in Psychology and 12 completed courses in Master's in Special Education. I taught...
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