My girls came home on Friday with a metallic green coins and a grand idea.
Their teacher told them they could use it to catch a leprechaun. So they spent most of the night making leprechaun traps and were a little disappointed when they didn't catch one.
I reassured them it was a good thing because we don't even know
what to do with one let alone feed it.
Thank goodness for goggle because they wanted to learn all about them.
This link below is a great source of information.
Tomorrow we have to go out and get some trap making supplies based on the
Instead of finding an empty trap I thought it would be fun to have the leprechaun leave them scavenger hunt for a pot of chocolate.
The clues are pretty generic places found in most homes.
sock drawer or boots.
kitchen or dinning room table.
and the utensil drawer,
The treasure can be something as simple as a clay pot painted and filled with Rolo's.
A bag filled with treats or even a couple of chocolate bars.
Chocolate is always magical!
Here is the condensed and easy to print format.
You can save any of the printables by right clicking on the picture and saving it to your computer.