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St. patrick s_day

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  • 1. St. Patrick’s Day• St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland.
  • 2. The Irish Flag• People from • People from the South • Peace. the Northh (Catholic) (Protestant)
  • 3. St. Patrick’s DayIrish symbols.• Shamrocks • Leprechauns • Harps
  • 4. St. Patrick’s Day• Shamrock comes from the GAELIC “seamrog” = summer plant• In ancient Ireland, shamrocks were thought to have magical powers, and number 3 was a powerful number.
  • 5. St. Patrick’s Day• Leprechaun comes from the GAELIC “leipreachan” = DUENDECILLO• Leprechauns love gold!!
  • 6. St. Patrick’s Day• In ancient Ireland, harps were played to tell stories and sing songs.• Harps are depicted on Irish coins since 1500.
  • 7. St. Patrick’s Day• Green is the colour of Ireland.• Ireland is “The Emerald Isle”
  • 8. St. Patrick’s Day• On Saint Patrick’s Day the most common colour is………….. GREEN!!!
  • 9. St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago• St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated all around the world!!!
  • 10. What did Saint Patrick do?• He drove all the snakes out of Ireland.
  • 11. HAPPYSt. Patrick’s Day!!

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