Celebrate the luck o’ the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day with these easy and fun activities and treats for your little leprechauns.
Kiddos will love displaying these clover crafts around the house. All you’ll need is some green construction paper, scissors, a glue stick and a printout of the rainbow-colored St. Patty’s Day phrases.
Expand your knowledge about this holiday with St. Patrick's Day Fun Facts.
Get out the finger paints! Fun for the kids now, and years down the road you’ll cherish this cute keepsake when those fingers aren’t quite as tiny.
The only thing more fun than making this colorful St. Patty’s Day treat is eating it!
Leprechaun Looking Glass
Just one peek into this enchanted mirror will reveal the lucky leprechaun within.
Who says you need a leprechaun to find a pot of gold? With a little luck (and some gold spray paint) you can turn rocks into glittering golden nuggets. (Don’t you wish it was that easy to make real gold?)
The perfect craft to occupy those little fingers on a lazy March afternoon—have the kids crumple up bits of green tissue paper and glue them to a shamrock-shaped poster board.
Make this a St. Patrick’s Day breakfast tradition for your little leprechauns—all it takes is a box of Lucky Charms and a few drops of green food coloring mixed into a glass of milk.
Smiling Shamrock Cupcakes
Could these cupcakes be any cuter? Use marbles to get the shamrock shape and add a smile with some sweet icing.
Lucky Clover Krispies Treats
Easy to make and fun to eat, this is a great St. Patty’s Day treat to make with your kids.
St. Patty’s Day Mix
Feel free to get creative with this yummy and festive on-the-go snack. Customize the ingredients to include whatever treats you find in the cupboard.
You’ll win the “Best Room Parent Award” with these imaginative leprechaun hats. Sugar cookies, a cupful of M&Ms and a plastic cup are all you’ll need to complete this sweet treat.
Irish Potato Candy
Indulge your sweet tooth with a St. Patrick’s Day favorite. Get the kiddos in on the action by having them help roll the mixture into a potato shape.
A little food coloring and some water sure go a long way—surprise your kids with rainbow water this St. Patty’s Day!
This goodie almost too delicious to share. A few pretzels held together with a Hershey’s Kiss and an M&M top off this salty and sweet treat.
Use food coloring, spinach or pesto sauce to give your family a very green St. Patrick’s Day dinner.
St. Patrick’s Day Word Find
Irish, luck and shamrock are just a few of the festive words to be found in this St. Patrick’s Day puzzle, perfect for a classroom celebration.
Armed with clues and a little bit of luck, send your kids on a quest for St. Patrick’s Day treasure!