Find the Leprechaun's Gold Blog Hop



What do you find at the end of the bloggy rainbow?

The chance to find $100 in TpT Gold!

 How amazing is that?!
 
I have joined with 16 of my wonderful bloggy friends to offer you a bloggy ride like no other!


Jump on the rainbow of fun to visit all fifteen blogs (but 16 friends) to grab a FABULOUS Saint Patrick’s Day freebie!  Your planning for the first half of March will be a snap with all of the wonderful goodies you are about to receive. 
  
The blogs are all linked to make a full loop. You can start at the beginning, or anywhere along the way - just keep clicking along to the next blog to make the loop.


If you would like to start at the beginning, please head over to the 'BLOG HOP START'  now.




In each of the freebies, find the hidden coin.  
Gather all of the clues and unscramble the mystery phrase. 

You will need the complete secret phrase to enter the $100 GOLD  Prize Giveaway (Rafflecopter).


One lucky winner will win a $100 TpT gift voucher! 

  
I’m the............. 
 


Just click on 'Find My Freebie' below to grab my freebie!




Inside my freebie you will find your coin with the important word/s to help you unscramble the mystery phrase.

Now that you’ve grabbed your freebie from me,
it’s time to hop aboard the rainbow express to the.......

 
Just watch out as practice makes little leprechauns (almost) perfect at hiding their gold!

Have fun!

(PS.  Check out my facebook page for another freebie!)

Just in case you get lost on the way - the pic below will take you to the Rafflecopter.

Remember to collect all 15 of the gold coins, solve the riddle and enter the giveaway over at the 'end-of-hop' blog!
Classroom Freebies Manic Monday

26 comments

  1. It's so strange you are the 12th stop cos I came from http://secondgradesugarandspice.blogspot.ch/2013/03/what-do-you-find-at-end-of-bloggy.html who linked you as the 11th stop!

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  2. Hi Cherie!

    We are really sorry about this! We've been checking all the links and we hope to put it right soon. Our friend is out of town and has the wrong link, but will be back soon! Thanks so much! :) Hope you're having fun, despite the hiccup!

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  3. Hi Wendy,
    Thanks for the freebie and clue #12! I am already a follower of your blog and I am now a follower of your TPT store.
    Crystal
    Ms. Jones’ Junction

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    1. Hi Crystal! You are so welcome - we're having lots of fun! :)

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    1. Aw, you are so welcome, Lisa. We're so glad it's finally here after all the planning! :)

      Will check out the fraction freebie - thanks so much!

      Wendy :)

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  5. Thanks for doing this! It is so much fun and your freebie is great!

    Stephanie

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    1. You are very welcome, Stephanie! Thanks so much for stopping by. :)

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  6. This is perfect for my March math centers. Thank you!

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    1. Glad they will be of use, Celcilia - thanks so much for taking part! :)

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  7. Thanks so much! What a fun activity!

    Molly
    Lucky to Be in First

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    1. Hi Molly!
      Thanks so much for stopping by - we had lots of fun too (especially when it nearly didn't work - hehe!)

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  8. Thanks so much for this! Your freebie is great!

    Stephanie

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  9. Thanks for the freebie! This blog hop is such a great idea! I am your newest follower!

    Christa
    sweetlifeofsecondgrade

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    1. Aw, thanks, Christa! We had loads of fun planning it! :)

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  10. Sooo much fun! Thank you for the freebie too!

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    1. Thanks Angie - you are very welcome! :)

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  11. Sooo much fun! Thank you for the freebie too!

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  12. Much appreciated! This will be fun for the students.

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    1. Thanks Cindy! Hope you're enjoying the blog hop! :)

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  13. Thanks for the freebie. Perfect timing, my students need extra practice finding missing addends.

    Kathy's First Grade Adventure

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    1. That's great, Kathy - I'm so glad it will be of use! Thanks so much for taking part. :)

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  14. Missing addends may be the death of me! ;) Thanks so much for sharing.

    Catherine
    The Brown-Bag Teacher

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    1. Lol! And me, too! I thought this visual might be a bit more useful for my firsties - I'm trying! Hope it helps you too. :)

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