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Shamrock Fields: Starchaser's St. Patrick's Day site

     



Shamrock Fields: Starchaser's St. Patrick's Day site
The Top o' the Mornin' to you. .Welcome to my St. Partick's Day pages. I have always enjoyed this holiday. To me St. Pat means the beginning of spring. This St. Patrick's Day site has recipes for a St. Pat's celebration, St Pat. jokes, the history of the shamrock and leprechaun, Irish blessings. Irish Proverbs and Sayings and more. Perfect preparation for St Pat's parties or greetings. Come and celebrate with us. This is a family friendly site. Anyone can visit me safely. If you like the holidays, come visit my sites. There are huge sites for every holiday. All of which have history, games, poetry, jokes, puzzles, recipes, Christian themed material and much more. This page is a part of a huge site including a site for all holidays, astronomy pages, and classical music pages, pages of puzzles. Pages of my favorite poetry, a homeschool unit on astronomy, Christian material and a reading list. I also have lots of recipies. This site keeps growing so come and visit. . Please sign the guess book or drop me an email. I would really like to hear from some of my visitors!

A small but growing collection of St. Patrick's Day articles and stories.

Happy Saint Patrick's Day! Help teach kids the importance of Saint Patrick. Make fun, educational word search puzzles. You might appreciate the amount of research we put into this one. Many of his miracles, names of his adversaries, and places he visited appear in the word list. Choose the puzzle's difficulty level, size, shape, color, and font. Print from online, play your word game, and have fun. So, how are word search puzzles solved? Usually a list of words is given. That's your starting point and the trick is to find them all. Each word may appear vertically, horizontally, or diagonally. Words may also be either forward or backward in each of these directions. And they may overlap. Some words may be completely contained by another. As you find each word in the puzzle grid, just draw a circle around it. Some players like to draw a line through discovered words, but this makes the letters harder to read and more difficult to solve if that letter belongs to another word. Some players take pride in finding words that aren't even listed. Maybe they think of these as extra credit, especially if unlisted words belong to the puzzle's theme. considering that, it may be more difficult but still possible to find all of the words even if the word list wasn't provided. Another alternative would be a list of clues for each word. Anyway, our site is pretty easy to use. Just opening the home page itself is sufficient to generate a random word search puzzle. If you like it, just print and play. Or, puzzles can be customized to your preferences including their theme, shape, difficulty, grid size and characteristics including color, and font properties.

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