St. Patrick’s Day Treats, Crafts & Activities for Kids

There once was an old man from Nantucket…no, wait, that’s not how this is supposed to get started. Green food coloring + cheap beer….um, I guess that won’t fly anymore either. Switching gears to gold-wrapped rolos and rainbow licorice in 3…2…1….

St. Patrick’s Day, FOR KIDS, we’ve got this! Of all the winter holidays, St. Patty’s is certainly the ugly stepsister of the group, but that’s what makes it so much fun. No expectations and no pressure equals a great excuse to do something silly just because. We’ve gathered some great ideas to help you do this, whether you want to bake some pot-o-gold cupcakes or stage your own leprechaun hunt, start here to go green this March!

Set a Leprechaun Trap

Thumb Print Four Leaf Clovers

Rainbows Filled With Gold

Try-On Leprechaun

‘Lucky To Have You’ Teacher Gifts

Lucky Clover Patch

St. Patty’s Day Rainbow

“If I Were a Leprechaun” Activity

Let Them Eat (St. Patty’s Day) Cake!

 Let Your Leprechaun Go Buck Wild (Click through for more on this fun, and brave, idea)

St. Patty’s Party Mix

Handprint Leprechauns

Rice Krispie Treat Shamrocks

“The Leprechauns Turned My Water Green!” (So easy and so cute, love this idea)

   

Pot Of Gold Rainbow Treat Bags

St. Patrick’s Day Party Free Printables

Rainbow Waffles

St. Patty’s Day Cupcakes (Yes, please!)

And I know this post is all about the kids, but just in case you want to celebrate too. You know, after they go to bed or something…Guinness Brownies.

 

Comments

  1. What a great roundup! And thanks so much for including my brownie recipe. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

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