Shamrock Shake Recipe!

Categories: Curriculum Ideas

One of our fav St. Patty’s day tradition in my class is making shamrock shakes! They aren’t the traditional minty concoction – more of a lime cocktail. We use lime sherbert which is an obscenely difficult word for my kids to say and I am immature enough to admit I usually end up giggling when they request shimbit or sharebart. When we suggest to my lovely little creatures of habit that maybe we would make something different for St. Patty’s day this year, I was met with a stern protest. So we decided to double the fun this year and make Shamrock Shakes AND green rice krispie treats (be on the lookout for that tomorrow!). Love to spoil my kiddos sometimes πŸ™‚

Shamrock Shake

Here are the two version of the visual recipe!

shamrock shakes written recipe

Shamrock Shakes

shamrock shakes recipe
Shamrock Shakes

and someΒ shake comprehension questions

Shamrock Shakes

 

 

Enjoy πŸ™‚Β 

11 Comments

  1. Awesome! Thanks for sharing! I love shamrock shakes!!

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  2. Thank you! I was planning on Shamrock shakes for Friday but had no idea where to start. This is perfect!

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  3. This looks like so much fun! Thanks for sharing, My kids are going to love it!!!!

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  4. How fun! I was going to do a irish cream float with green cherries, cream soda and ice cream, but this sounds better and I wouldn’t have to make visuals….thanks πŸ™‚

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  5. Thanks for the idea. My kids made individual shakes in my “Magic Bullet” drink mixer. It went well enough that I think I may try it again tomorrow. I will have to think of other drinks we can mix up!

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  6. You are very welcome! Hope your kids like it!

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  7. Happy to help! πŸ™‚

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  8. ENjoy!

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  10. I used this for a language lesson — it was such a hit! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  11. Awesome πŸ™‚

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