The Naughty Leprechaun Story {Giveaway}

Happy Tuesday, friends!  It's an especially happy Tuesday for me… I am off this week!  Yay for celebrating the Presidents!  But, I didn't stop by today to BRAG.  I am actually here with a special St. Pat's surprise!

A few days ago, a little box arrived in the mail… and this was what I found!

The Naughty Leprechaun Story Cover

The Naughty Leprechaun Story by Stephanie Hicks is a fun St. Patrick's Day tradition that you can start in your home, or in your classroom!  The set comes with a 24 page hardcover book, a 3.5" etched coin, and a keepsake box to keep it all together.

The tradition starts on March 14th, and will continue each night until St. Patrick's Day.  Before bedtime {or before the end of the school day}, children can decide which leprechaun will visit during the night using the special, double sided coin.  One side shows Liam, the nice leprechaun, and the other side shows Leyland, the naughty leprechaun.

The next morning, children will discover rewards and treasures from the nice leprechaun… or mischief and pranks {and maybe some sweet treats!} from the naughty leprechaun.  Either way, it's sure to be a ton of fun that your kiddos will LOVE!

The included storybook explains The Naughty Leprechaun Tradition {which I described a little bit above}.  It also tells The Legend of Liam and Leyland, twin leprechaun brothers who leave Ireland to share their lessons with children who have been given a coin.

The Naughty Leprechaun Story set is a fun way to urge children to do their best!  And to promote good behavior in your home or classroom… at least for a few days ;)  If you want to grab a copy for yourself, you can visit the official site.  There, you will also find some treasure and mischief ideas under the "resources" tab!

Now, how about a little giveaway!  You can WIN your own copy of The Naughty Leprechaun Story right here!  Just enter using the Rafflecopter below.

Good luck!


EFL Preschool Teachers said...

Your blog is adorable. I loved all the crafts that you posted and pinned them.
Some crafts are great for English Language Teachers.

Vickie Miller said...

I love this for St Patrick's Day!! I have always had a visit to my classroom. My leprechaun mad a mess, left it, and wrote a letter to my children with an apology for the mess. They wrote letters back and forth for a few days. On the 17th he leaves a pot of gold for them (chocolate coins). I would love to win this for my first graders! They would love it too.

Jen Cullen//Sparkling in Second said...

Love love LOVE! being an irish girl myself, I'm always trying to find a way to celebrate, this is perfect! They will love it because it will remind them of our elf on the shelf :) Thanks!

Hilary said...

I really really like this idea. I actually HATE St Patrick's Day. I've never really done much for this holiday because I really just don't like it much. But THIS is something I could TOTALLY get into doing! THIS actually gets me excited for this holiday! Seriously, thank you so much for this idea in time for me to prepare this for my kiddos this year. You just made 30 first graders very happy this St. Patrick's Day!


First off love your blog. St. Patrick's Day is one of my favorite holidays to do with the kiddos every year. The sneaky leprechaun comes to our house every year and makes a mess, leaves a note and brings gold coins (plastic). Would love to win this book and start a new tradition for my kiddos!

Terry Yordan said...

I love having Leprechauns visit our classroom. They totally trash the room. They trip all the traps that the children have made and set. This book and coin are a great possible addition to the holiday. Thanks for putting me onto it. Hoping I win.

Danielle Ptacek said...

Thank you for the "Naughty Leprechaun Story" giveaway! I can't wait for the arrival, so I can share these activities with my students!

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