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15 Crafts & Activities to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day for Kids
St. Patrick’s Day was initially a religious holiday that celebrated Ireland’s primary patron saint. It is now a global holiday celebrated by people all around the world. St. Patrick’s Day is an excellent opportunity to teach children about the Irish culture through crafts, activities, and even some tasty snacks. We have 15 spot on ideas to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day for Kids!
St. Patrick’s Day for Kids – Crafts & Art Activities
Rainbow Pot of Gold by Natural Beach Living
Tissue Paper Shamrock by Starts at Eight
Rainbow Shamrocks by Twitchetts
Lucky Four-Leaf Clover Nature Collage by Rhythms of Play
St. Patrick’s Day Slime by Little Bins for Little Hands
St. Patrick’s Day Bouncy Ball by Schooling A Monkey
St Patrick’s Day Art & Unit Study by YOU ARE AN ARTiST
St. Patrick’s Day for Kids – Printables & Educational Ideas
St. Patrick’s Day Copywork by In All You Do
Counting Cards by The Best Ideas for Kids
St. Patrick’s Day Word Search by Life Over C’s
Our FREE St. Patrick’s Day Activities for Families is a great list of ideas that you can use in your homeschool or at home to add some fun!
I SPY Printable by Schooltime Snippets
Printable Activity Book by Jinxy Kids
Grab this fun creative Leprechaun writing idea to pair with all the leprechaun books you will read. Your kids will love this!
St. Patrick’s Day for Kids – Snacks & Food
Green Velvet St. Patrick’s Dipped Cupcakes by Snappy Gourmet
Marshmallow Leprechaun Hats by Cincy Shopper
Rainbow Cupcakes by Forgetful Momma
Shamrock Pretzel Pops by Dancing through the Rain
Use these suggestions to enjoy at home, in a group setting for a party amongst friends or your homeschool group or co-op.
Enjoy celebrating St. Patrick’s Day for Kids with learning, fun, and food! Holidays are a fantastic opportunity to add something new and exciting to your homeschool.