My Pot of Gold

On St. Patrick’s Day, after reading a book about some things that were more important than a pot of gold, we discussed what our “pot of gold” would be. Later, the children tweeted about #mypotofgold. I have embedded the tweets below. You’ll have to click through to see the tweets from our class (they are at the end) as others saw our hashtag and got involved. I have deleted a few tweets that were not primary friendly.

2 thoughts on “My Pot of Gold

  1. Ms. Cassidy,

    I love all the ideas you post on this website. I was just in a classroom a couple days ago that had an activity for St. Patrick’s Day. It is interesting how many teachers fail to incorporate fun activities that deal with current events!

    Keep up the good work!

  2. On St.Patricks day we had pankcakes and sausages and we dressed up in green did you guys dress up in green? Thats not good if there was unfrendly comments 🙁 thats not right. Thanks for sharing how you spent your St.Patricks day

    keep up the good work


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