If you are looking for St. Patrick’s Day reading activities for your kids, you’re in LUCK! This Leprechaun Cut & Paste Book is a fun way for your beginning readers to practice reading and completing sentences.
Leprechaun Cut & Paste Book:
By reading the repetitive text in this book, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will practice reading skills and become more confident.
As they cut and paste the labels in the book, they will also work on developing their fine motor skills.
Getting Ready To Use The Leprechaun Cut & Paste Book:
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- Leprechaun’s Jobs Cut & Paste Book
This printable book includes a total of 13 pages (7 pages to print) including the cover. Plus, there is 1 sheet with the job titles.
The leprechaun’s jobs included in the book are construction worker, detective, doctor, farmer, firefighter, postal carrier, mechanic, delivery person, painter, police officer, reporter, and waiter.
What Else Is Needed:
- Copy Paper
To prepare this printable book for your children, click on the button below and fill out the form.
Next, download and print the printable on copy paper. Then, cut the pages apart (there are 2 per page.)
Finally, stack the pages with the cover on top and staple all of them together to create a book.
How To Use The Leprechaun Cut & Paste Book:
After assembling their book, your kids will read the title “What Is My Job?” and write their names on the cover.
Next, they will turn to the first page and read the repetitive text “What is my job? I am a…”
Then, your children will use the picture to identify the leprechaun’s job.
After identifying the job, they will cut out the job title label and glue it on the page.
Your beginning readers can color the picture of the leprechaun too.
They will continue to match the job titles with the pictures until they complete all the pages in their book.
This St. Patrick’s Day, your beginning readers will have fun using this Leprechaun Cut & Paste Book to practice reading repetitive text, develop their fine motor skills, and much more!
Extend the Learning:
A great way to extend a learning activity is by reading themed such as:
How to Catch a Leprechaun by Adam Wallace
Pete the Cat: The Great Leprechaun Chase by James Dean
The Story of the Leprechaun by Katherine Tegen
You can also pair this resource with other leprechaun activities like these:
St. Patrick’s Day Sight Word Activity from Books and Giggles
St. Patrick’s Day Math from Homeschool Preschool
Pin It For Later:
Do you want to save this printable book for later? Pin this to your reading activities board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!
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