The Leprechaun

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    Trapping the leprechaun I couldn’t believe my eyes. There was a leprechaun picking shamrock in the field next to my house. Everybody knows that the leprechauns will tell you where a pot of gold is hidden if you catch them and let them go. So all I had to do was to catch this leprechaun and then I’d be rich! So here is how I trapped the leprechaun: I grabbed all of my art supplies, pens, paper, glue, glitter, etc. By the time I laid out all of my supplies, I had a plan. I took paper and began working

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    These children believed that these creatures were real, but they just could not see them. But, the fun with the leprechauns had just begun. To test the children?s belief in the unrealistic, I had my mother and the kids make little pots, and then I had my mother tell all of the kids that if they were good, the leprechaun would leave them gold in their pot. While these kids were eating their snacks, I left and put gold candy in their pots, and then waited for their

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    These kids trusted that these animals were genuine, however, they just couldn't see them. However, the enjoyment with the leprechauns had recently started. To test the children’s confidence in the farfetched, I had my mom and the children make little pots, and afterward, I had my mom tell the majority of the children that on the off chance that they were great. The leprechaun would abandon them gold in their pot. While these children were eating their bites. I cleared out and put gold confection

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    some of their reactions were hilarious. I noticed that one child jumped around and screamed that “he was here, he was here,” and another child was looking around the room trying to find the leprechaun. Overall, I found that most of the kids seemed to have beliefs based on what they sensed to be true, rather than on what would be logic or rational. Language development between the 4 year old children was amazing. There were some grammatical problems

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    Leprechaun Story

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    Once there was a little boy who wanted to be a leprechaun. His Family lived in a small village called Wonton. It was very old school and irish like. It had markets and bakers, farms, houses, a school, and church. After school the little boy would go home and play his favorite game, Leprechaun. He would put on a coat, hat, and a fake beard and cause mischief around the house or in the town. One day while he was playing leprechaun his mother asked him to take a gift basket to the new neighbors at the

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    Elizabeth's Short Story

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    About two centuries ago, Mary Elizabeth of Kilmallock told news reporter, Diane Jennings, about the six-centuries-old psychotic leprechaun her and her friends accidently released. Elizabeth’s story went viral around town for months, no one knew whether to believe it or to believe she was psychotic herself. She was new around town. Her father, Henry Hickem, had just helped her buy a new house in Kilmallock, Ireland. Both Elizabeth and her friends had just finished college at the time and were going

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    Mark Jones’ “The Leprechaun” movie features a well-dressed Leprechaun with a gold buckled top hat, velvet green suit, and polished black shoes, also adorned with gold buckles. Underneath this ensemble is a beast with grimy skin, sharp, dirty nails, and rotten teeth. Jones portrays the Leprechaun to be a greedy and conniving little monster who will seek and destroy anyone who gets in the way between him and his precious gold. This is much like George W. Bush and his so-called war on Iraq. This is

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    The Leprechaun It’s the 9th century you and your buddies are all having fun on your ship when a bad storm hits. Your ship sinks, although you and your friends are okay but you discover a little person dressed in green. You have no idea where you are but you know that you’er on a little island ,Ireland,. You and you buddies can’t wait to tell your families all about this place. On your way home from the island you discuss what they looked like, if they can be found in other places, and how to tell

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    The lost leprechaun Once upon a time there lived a leprechaun.He was a good leprechaun and rarely did anything bad. But he was a very poor leprechaun. So one day he met puss in boots. Puss in boots was not the best role model he liked to break the rules and so he tricked the leprechaun. He said that their is a millon air and he gives away free money. So the leprechaun trusted puss in boots and he went to find the millon air. So he started to go on his journey to find the millon air. But on the

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    I looked up and saw… a leprechaun floating on a cloud. He was throwing Lucky Charms cereal at us. Everybody was running around screaming and yelling. The mayor was trying to calm everyone down and find out where the leprechaun came from. He told me that he thinks that it came from the rainbow that appeared earlier that morning from the rain. Once the mayor finally calmed everyone down he sent everyone home, while he worked on figuring out where the leprechaun came from. He found out nothing until

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