The sun finally came out here this week! We have had so much rain and so many dreary days. With March just around the corner, I realized St. Patrick’s Day is coming up quickly! Hopefully that also means spring is on it’s way. Here are some super fun ideas for crafts and activities to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with the kiddos.
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This is one we actually made last year! You know I love paper plate crafts! It is super easy. You just paint a cheap paper plate with orange paint. The hat is easy to cut from construction paper. I used gold glitter tape for the hat buckle but you could also use glitter glue. You can find the full tutorial at Simple Today Life.
How adorable is this handprint craft from Simple Every Day Mom?! This craft would be perfect for preschoolers. Handprint crafts make such great keepsakes too. She also has a super cute photo craft for St. Patrick’s Day.
I am in love this beautiful shamrock craft from Messy Little Monster. Bubble Wrap Painting is something I have been wanting to try and those sparkles are just gorgeous.
You can’t go wrong with a holiday themed sensory bin. These are always so much fun! This one from Cookies, Coffee, and Crafts features beautiful rainbow rice and golden coins. This would be the perfect activity for your toddler or preschooler.
My son has always been into catching leprechauns and they have made traps in school before. We really need to try doing one at home. I love this adorable one from Messy Little Monster.
You can’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day without lots of rainbows! This project is super simple and a fun activity for kids of all ages.
Can you believe we have never crafted with coffee filters? This looks like such a fun craft. We may have to start with this creative St. Patrick’s Day craft from That Kids Craft Site.
How adorable is this guy? Toilet Paper Roll Crafts are always a good idea. You can find the full tutorial on how to make this amazing little leprechaun at The Best Ideas for Kids.
Here is another super fun paper plate craft for you! This one is awesome for fine motor skills. You can find the full tutorial at The Gingerbread House.
Do your kids love to color? It is one of our favorite activities. This is such a fun and simple craft project from Journey to SAHM. Plus it’s mess free!
There are so many super fun crafts that you do with the kids for St. Patrick’s Day! The ones highlighted above are just a sampling. If you are still looking for more ideas check out some of these other ideas: