I have always loved St Patrick’s Day. As a child I remember always wearing green to school and doing fun St Patrick’s Day crafts in school. These are some great craft ideas to do with your kids either at home or in school.
This leprechaun mask is so fun to make with your kids and let them play with after. A great imaginative play activity after making the mask. From Modgepodgerocksblog.com.
Painting rocks can be a fun activity for the kids. It puts a little bit of exploration in the fun since you can have fun looking for the rocks first. From sustainmycrafthabit.com
This is a fun handprint using your child’s hand cutout to create the leprechaun. From simpleeverdaymom.com
This is another fun craft your kids can do at home or in the classroom. From Simpleeverydaymom.com
This is a fun craft to do with the kids then decorate the house with. From meanwhileatnaptime.com.
I love this little top hat craft this is so fun to do with the kids. Partywithunicorns.com.
This is a great way to create a box of treasures with your kids. From partywithunicorns.com.
My kids love anything that makes noise. This shaker is a perfect craft to do with your kids. From darcyandbrian.com.
I love to have keepsakes of my kids that remind me of how small they once were. This is a perfect craft to do with your kids and look back on as the years pass. From whenisdinner.com.
Another great craft to do with the kids and then show off their work. From whenisdinner.com.
My kids love making slime. Finding a way to make green slime for St Patrick’s Day is the perfect holiday activity and craft. From inthekidskitchen.com.
There are many lessons you can be teaching your child that corresponds with St Patrick’s Day. Utilizing the rainbow this time of year to teach about colors is an amazing craft and activity. From thesoccermomblog.com.
Finding new and fun ways to teach the rainbow and let your kids go out on St Patrick’s Day dolled up is something I love to do. From thesoccermomblog.com.
Anything to encourage reading is amazing for kids. Crafts to create bookmarks is so fun. I love these Pot of Gold bookmarks from printablesfairy.com.
Nothing better then a good craft using craft sticks. From craftsbyamanda.com.
I love crafts that then can be used to help build your child’s imagination. This is an amazing leprechaun trap from craftsbyamanda.com.
How do you like to celebrate St Patrick’s Day with your kids?