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Paper Crafts for St. Patrick's Day by Randel McGee

By Randel McGee

Make your personal leprechaun hat, pot o' gold and rainbow pop-up card, Celtic knot chain necklace, and extra! sign up for the St. Patrick's Day occasion as storyteller Randel McGee explores the background in the back of this well-known Irish vacation in PAPER CRAFTS FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY!

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He heard the people of that land, Ireland, asking him to return to them and teach them the Christian faith. He did return to Ireland to teach the people. The Irish people called him Patrick. Patrick traveled all around Ireland, building churches and schools and teaching the people the Christian faith. There were those who fought against Patrick and his beliefs, but he pushed forward with faith and courage. He became well loved for his service to the people. ” He served in Ireland for more than thirty years and is generally believed to have died on March 17, in the late fifth century (sometime between 460–495 CE).

WHAT YOU WILL NEED tracing paper pencil construction paper scissors crayons or markers (optional) WHAT TO DO 1. Use tracing paper and a pencil to transfer the pattern from here to the construction paper. 2. Cut out the pattern. Be sure to cut the small slit at the top of each pattern piece. 3. Decorate the pieces with crayons or markers if you wish. 4. Fold in the sides of the arrow point of the pattern. Slip the point through the slit of another pattern piece. 5. Open the folded points so that the arrow holds the pattern in place.

We do not know for sure what he looked like, but he probably wore the robes and miter hat of a Catholic bishop when he was serving in the churches he founded. WHAT YOU WILL NEED tracing paper pencil white card stock crayons or markers construction paper in any color (optional) scissors clear tape WHAT TO DO 1. Use tracing paper and a pencil to transfer the pattern from here to white card stock. 2. Decorate the figure with crayons, markers, or pieces of colored construction paper as you wish. 3.

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