Homemade Leprechaun Trap?

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Many kids make homemade leprechaun traps as a project for school around St. Patrick's Day. You can make a simple Leprechaun trap with a shoebox, a long stick, construction paper, glue, scissors and fun decorations like St. Patrick's Day stickers or green glitter. Use the stick to hold up the box in order to trap the leprechaun. Don't forget to leave a small treat hidden in the box which will represent the treat that the leprechaun leaves behind like candy or a small toy.
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I can't say that you will indeed catch one of these illusive creatures but I can tell you that you can build a box that may lure one in! Take a box, medium sized, cover in foil and
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FIND BAIT Sit down with your child and talk about what things attract leprechauns. You can goggle leprechauns and see what they like to eat. Think about a trap idea that focuses on
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To make a leprechaun trap, get a large box and prop it up with a tall stick. Tie a long string around the stick and hold onto the other end while hiding in some bushes or behind a
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You have to be quick and hold them tight. Don't let go, they will give you their gold if you make them. You can make your own trap, or use the trap off of the game Mouse Trap .
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