Lucky Shamrock

February 12th, 2013 posted by Ann DeLong

This craft is super simple and will help build your child’s developing motor skills by using scissors. Perfect for preschool and Kindergarten students.

You will need:

clover

Pencil

Scissors

Glue

Light and dark green contstruction paper

Light blue construction paper

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What you do

Have child place hand, palm side down, on the dark green construction paper and trace for a hand pattern. Repeat two more times to make three hand patterns. // Have child cut out the hand prints. Cut out the patterns after printing them out by clicking here . Using the light green shamrock leaf pattern, trace and cut out three leaves on light green paper. Trace the stem pattern on dark green construction paper, cut out. Glue them stem, then the three clover leaves, then the hand prints onto the blue construction paper. (See picture) Have child write his or her name at the top or on the back.

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