St. Patrick's Day Activities

St. Patrick's Day activities help your child make something green! Catch a leprechaun, find pots of gold, and cook festive food with these St. Patrick's Day activities. Kids will delight in the magic of St. Patrick's Day with these fun crafts, activities, and recipes. There are great educational St. Patrick's Day activities for kids of all ages, from DIY four-leafed clover stamps for preschoolers to limerick writing for big kids. Use these St. Patrick's Day activities with your child, and have a happy holiday.

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This hands-on activity will introduce your third grader to the concepts of positive and negative space as she makes a shamrock!
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These cupcakes teach a little ROYGBIV as your child creates an impressive treat that will brighten up the whole kitchen.
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Make your St. Patrick's Day party an extra festive affair with green punch! A mix of sherbet, lime juice, and lemon lime soda, this recipe is sure to be a hit.
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A riff on the classic board game, St. Patrick's Day Snakes and Ladders is a fun game the whole family can enjoy.
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Shamrock Stamps are a great way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Simple and symmetrical, this symbol of Irish culture is the perfect shape for prints.
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Introduce your kid to cooking basics as you make shepherd's pie: a traditional Irish dish thanks to the trusty potato!
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Your children will squeal with delight when they discover all the mishaps that come about after a visit from the leprechaun.
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Pay tribute to the color green this St. Patrick's Day by creating a tactile sensory collage filled with green things in this kindergarten art activity.
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Your child can create his own colorful leprechaun paper bag puppet for St. Patrick's Day in this kindergarten arts and crafts activity.
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Make a rainbow chain for St. Patrick's day to introduce your child to Roy G. Biv.
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Your child will love making this adorable clover clock that will help him learn how to tell time.
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Can your third grader catch a leprechaun using a homemade trap? Help her entice these folkloric Irish fairies with gold coins that they simply can't resist.
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Help your child make a picture of a four-leaf clover this St. Patrick's Day. It's thought that whoever finds a four-leaf clover will enjoy good luck!
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Brighten up everyone's day with this circular rainbow plate perfect for celebrating spring or St. Patrick's Day.
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Let these cute shamrock earrings bring the luck of the Irish to your fifth grader's ears!
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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by painting the green Irish countryside in this 2nd grade arts and crafts activity.
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Bring a bit of the luck of the Irish into your St. Patrick's Day celebration by showing your preschooler how to craft a special pot of gold.
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Help your kindergartener use a map to find "leprechaun gold"--and build early social studies skills in the process!
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Your little one will have fun making this pot of gold craft that can easily be displayed on any doorknob or hook.
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St. Patrick's Day may be all about the 'luck" of the Irish, but this project encourages your child to share her personal experience with luck.

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