Can be used for PreK – 6th, Homeschool students.
Dance your way through your March Music Class lessons with “Who Will Catch the Leprechaun” Game Song. Interactive resource that includes Dance/Game Activity and VIDEO, with vocal/accompanment tracks. Student favorite! Adaptable K-6
***Please note UPDATED AUDIO TRACKS. The Mp3 accompaniment tracks and vocals are not intended for performance. They can be used to teach the song. For more information on the music tracks, please watch the preview video.
Connect to Irish Culture
Sing on Pitch
Movement to music
Sing a long Video
Power Point and PDF File
Mp3 Vocal and Accompaniment Tracks
Teaching pages in story book style to teach the lyrics
Dance Activity Directions
WHAT OTHER TEACHERS ARE SAYING:
“Just finished doing this with my Kindergartners and they loved it! It was a great song and activity. I had the leprechaun at the outer edge of the circle bring the pot of golden coins. Then we used the gold coins to indicate who was taking turns, so that the leprechaun would know who was picking someone without a golden coin. We are grateful!
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Just finished doing this with my Kindergartners and they loved it! This is such a cute song. The leprechaun was placed outside the circle to carry the pot of golden coins. We then used the markers of who had a turn to mark who was next so that the leprechaun could pick someone with no gold coin. Thank you!
This was a great activity that my Kindergartners loved. This is such a cute song. The outside leprechaun carried the pot of gold coins. After that, we used the gold coins to indicate who was taking turns so the leprechaun would know who it was. We appreciate your kind words!