Happy St. Patrick's Day!
St. Patrick's Day is a chance for the world to celebrate Irish culture and heritage. We'll help you get your green on with great St. Patrick's Day crafts, activities, recipes and more!
St. Patrick's Day Crafts
Help your child create a picture of a shamrock to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. All she'll need is her hand, some paper, and green paint.
Brighten up everyone's day with this circular rainbow plate perfect for celebrating spring or St. Patrick's Day.
Your child will love making this adorable clover clock that will help him learn how to tell time.
Decorate with a banner made from paper, clover shapes and buttons to celebrate spring or St. Patrick's Day!
St. Patrick’s Day Activities
Your children will squeal with delight when they discover all of the mishaps that come about after a visit from the leprechaun.
Show your kid how to create silly limericks--cheery comic verses that probably originated in Limerick, Ireland. They're an entertaining way to boost her writing skills!
Who knew that those tasty spuds can also do double-duty as an undercover battery? Believe it or not, the common potato has the capacity to create enough electrochemical energy ...
Your kids will love this tradition of finding a leprechaun's gold hidden all over.
St. Patrick's Day Worksheets
This printable is easy entertainment for your kids around St. Patrick's Day.
Practice counting objects this St. Patrick's Day with your young child in a fun way!
Celebrate the luck o' the Irish! And give your child fun fine motor skills practice too.
This worksheet's glammed-up with shamrocks to give your child fun practice with number recognition and writing. Slip a little learning into the St. Patrick's Day mix!
St. Patrick's Day Coloring Pages
Let your kid celebrate St. Patrick's Day inside--and outside--the lines with this fun coloring page featuring a leprechaun and his prized pot of gold!
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with this coloring page, which features a bounty of clovers bursting from a hat.
What lies at the end of the rainbow? Help your child celebrate St. Patrick's Day, or any day, with this pot of gold coloring page.
Let your kid show someone she really cares by coloring this Irish symbol of love for a friend or relative.
St. Patrick's Day Recipes
This cake makes the perfect hideout for leprechaun treasure. When it's time to eat, everyone at the table pulls a ribbon to see if there's gold on the other end!
Your child can learn more about traditional Irish cooking this St. Patrick's Day by making some apple barley pudding - a real tasty treat!
Show your teen how to make shepherd's pie: a staple of Irish traditional cooking thanks to the trusty potato, which was adopted by Ireland as a food crop in 1780.
A simple combination of lime sherbet, fresh lime juice, and lemon lime soda, this frothy beverage is sure to make your St. Patrick's Day celebration extra festive.
Learn About Irish Culture and History
With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, it's time to check out some of the fascinating lore and tradition that surrounds the Irish holiday celebrated on March 17.
Help your family celebrate your Irish-American identity or a brand new culture with these meaningful ways to bring St. Patrick's Day into your lives.
Take advantage of the literary gold at the end of the proverbial rainbow with these ten Irish authors. Ireland's written heritage is as legendary as its verdant hills.