Creating St Patrick's Day Rebus Stories And Poems
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Students explore St. Patrick and the Irish holiday commemorating his life by creating a rebus picture story or limerick. They view pictures of St. Patrick imbedded in a website in this plan, then work in pairs to compose a poem.
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