St. Patrick's Day

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Catch a Leprechaun
Catch a Leprechaun
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Catch a Leprechaun
Your children will squeal with delight when they discover all the mishaps that come about after a visit from the leprechaun.
Kindergarten
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Finding Gold
Finding Gold
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Finding Gold
Your kids will love this tradition of finding a leprechaun's gold hidden all over.
1st grade
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Pot of Gold Rainbow
Pot of Gold Rainbow
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Pot of Gold Rainbow
Your little one will have fun making this pot of gold craft that can easily be displayed on any doorknob or hook.
1st grade
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Shamrock Wreath
Shamrock Wreath
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Shamrock Wreath
This shamrock wreath will allow your child to practice tracing and layering shapes and is the perfect way to get everyone in the mood for St. Patrick's Day.
3rd grade
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Irish Pot of Gold
Irish Pot of Gold
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Irish Pot of Gold
Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day with a colorful rainbow, a pot of gold and an introduction to printmaking.
1st grade
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Rainbow Plates
Rainbow Plates
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Rainbow Plates
Brighten up everyone's day with this circular rainbow plate perfect for celebrating spring or St. Patrick's Day.
2nd grade
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Little Leprechaun
Little Leprechaun
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Little Leprechaun
Have your child create a little leprechaun to celebrate the season and create a little mischief.
3rd grade
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Tissue Paper Clover
Tissue Paper Clover
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Tissue Paper Clover
Your child can celebrate St. Patrick's Day by creating this textured clover made from tissue paper.
2nd grade
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Leprechaun Beard
Leprechaun Beard
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Leprechaun Beard
Your child's painted handprint helps create a lucky bearded leprechaun to bring a smile to everyone celebrating St. Patrick's Day!
1st grade
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St. Patrick's Day Decor
St. Patrick's Day Decor
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St. Patrick's Day Decor
Decorate with a banner made from paper, clover shapes and buttons to celebrate spring or St. Patrick's Day!
4th grade
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Four-Leaf Clover Picture
Four-Leaf Clover Picture
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Four-Leaf Clover Picture
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!
Kindergarten
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Leprechaun Craft
Leprechaun Craft
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Leprechaun Craft
Your first grader will enjoy creating his own leprechaun from a recycled toilet paper tube.
1st grade
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Flying Potato
Flying Potato
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Flying Potato
These flying potato poppers make a cool sound, create a celebratory mood, and they can teach your child about the power of air pressure.
4th grade
Science
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Leprechaun Disguise
Leprechaun Disguise
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Leprechaun Disguise
This St. Patrick's Day have your little mischief-maker create a simple leprechaun disguise that's sure to inspire a some good-hearted giggling.
1st grade
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Lucky Coins
Lucky Coins
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Lucky Coins
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.
2nd grade
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Leprechaun Game
Leprechaun Game
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Leprechaun Game
Any St. Patrick's Day celebration is sure to involve mischief, treats, and a whole lot of green. This leprechaun game will add a little learning to the mix.
1st grade
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Shamrock Necklace
Shamrock Necklace
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Shamrock Necklace
We're sure your kid already knows that people often wear green on March 17th. This shamrock necklace is the perfect addition to any St. Patrick's Day ensemble.
3rd grade
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Celtic Letters
Celtic Letters
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Celtic Letters
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day by making personalized art out of some Celtic letters.
2nd grade
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St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick’s Day marks the life of the foremost patron saint of Ireland, but over the years, Irish who immigrated to the United States redefined the holiday more broadly to recognize and honor their Irish culture. Mark this fun holiday with puzzles, tongue-twisters, games, crafts, and other St. Patrick’s Day resources with your students. For other springtime holidays coming up, browse through our springtime fun resources.