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St. Patty's Day Fingerplays!

Enjoy these luncky fingerplays with your preschool child this St. Patrick's Day!


The Leprechaun
To the tune of The Muffin Man

Have you seen a leprechaun,
A leprechaun, a leprechaun?
Have you seen a leprechaun,
Who hides his pot of gold.
Among the clovers he will hide,
He will hide, he will hide.
Among the clovers he will hide,
Search the meadow for him.
Have you seen a leprechaun,
A leprechaun, a leprechaun?
Have you seen a leprechaun,
Who hides his pot of gold.


The Eensy, Weensy Leprechaun
to the tune of The Eensy, Weensy Spider

The eensy, weensy leprechaun hid from me,
Down in the meadow and up in a tree.
Up in the sky, near the rainbow's end.
The Eensy, Weensy Leprechaun is my friend.



I'm a Little Leprechaun
To the tune of I'm a Little Teapot

I'm little leprechaun, small it's true,
If you can find me, a wish I'll grant to you.
If you look at a rainbow's end you will see,
A pot of gold that's just for me!



If You Find a Leprechaun You Get a Wish
To tune of If You Are Happy and You Know it


If you find a leprechaun you get a wish,
If you find a leprechaun you get a wish,
If you find a leprechaun, and he becomes your friend,
If you find a leprechaun you get a wish.


Did You Ever See a Leprechaun?
To the tune of Did You Ever See a Lassie?

Did you ever see a leprechaun?
A leprechaun, a leprechaun.
Did you ever see a leprechaun,
With his pot of gold?
Did you ever see a leprechaun?
A leprechaun, a leprechaun.
Did you ever see a leprechaun,
Hidden in the meadow?
Did you ever see a leprechaun?
A leprechaun, a leprechaun.
Did you ever see a leprechaun,
At the rainbow's end?
Did you ever see a leprechaun?
A leprechaun, a leprechaun.
Did you ever see a leprechaun,
and shake his wee hand?


One Little, Two Little, Three Little Leprechauns
To the tune of One Little, Two Little, Three Little Indians

One little, two little, three little leprechauns.
Four little, five little, six little leprechauns,
seven little, eight little, nine little leprechauns,
ten leprechauns in the meadow.

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