Saint Patrick's Day Activities for Fifth Graders

Saint Patrick's day is a great reason to craft and cook with your child. Here are some activities and recipes to help you celebrate Irish culture.

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Potato Pancakes

This St. Patrick's Day, bond with your child over delicious potato pancakes that work for any meal.
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Irish Lamb Stew

Introduce your budding chef to a traditional Irish dish this St. Patrick's Day by making Irish lamb stew, a fantastic one-pot meal the whole family can enjoy.
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Lucky Leprechauns!

Explore the math concept of probability with your fifth grader on "lucky" St. Patrick's day this year!
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Leprechaun Hat Pin Cushion

Craft this leprechaun hat-covered jar, brimming with St. Patrick's Day charm!
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How to Make a Celtic Knot

Get excited for St. Patrick's Day by making a Celtic knot.
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Shamrock Pin

Let your fifth grader craft a gleaming green shamrock pin for himself or a friend this St. Patrick's Day!
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Shamrock Earrings

Let these cute shamrock earrings bring the luck of the Irish to your fifth grader's ears!
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Shepherd's Pie

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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Irish Potato Soup

Watch your fifth grader hone his basic kitchen and measuring skills as he helps you whip up a batch of this soothing, savory soup.
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