Kindergartners created leprechauns!

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On March 17, or Saint Patrick’s Day, Mrs. Bidwell and the kindergartners celebrated Green Day by making leprechauns and eating gold colored licorice and Rolos! March 17, was actually the day of St. Patrick’s death; he was captured from his home in Britain at the age of sixteen. He was brought to Ireland and was a slave there for four years, until he had a dream that a boat was ready to take him home. He escaped and walked two hundred miles to the dock, to head back to Britain. When he returned home, he had an urge to go back to Ireland and spread Christianity. When he made it to Ireland, very few people knew about Christianity, as a result, he is widely known to have brought Christianity to Ireland.


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