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Cute & Creative St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids
A list of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day Crafts
St. Patrick’s Day Crafts
For a decorative St. Patrick’s Day snack, make these Nutter Butter leprechaun cookies your little ones will love.
For a low-maintenance and simple craft, try this beautiful St. Patrick’s Day mosiac paper shamrocks.
I love making paper chains! This craft work especially well with multiple children, and has very few materials.
If you’re looking for an out-of-the-ordinary craft, try this 3D over the rainbow pot of gold project. She uses tape, which also eliminates a glue mess. And, you can add your own spin to this by using gold glitter instead of pennies.
Create a leprechaun out of construction paper! Although it requires some adult supervision cutting out the templates, it is great tool teaching fine motor skills.
If you don’t mind a little mess, create a leprechaun and a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow with your little one’s footprint.
If you’re not afraid of sugar, try this green candied popcorn snack! (You could also try your hand at green eggs and ham with this.)
I love paper plate crafts! Grab some construction paper, paint, and a paper plate to complete this leprechaun.
Scavenger hunts are interactive and can be fun for all ages. The project has detailed instructions making your part easy – but will take a lot of teamwork to complete!
Create an easy popsicle stick leprechaun with simply some popsicle sticks, paint, and of course some googly eyes!
I love the salty and sweet combination that pretzels and chocolate have to offer. Here is a yummy pretzel pops recipe!
Bingo is a fun past-time for children, and requires very little set-up. The blogger includes both a color and a black and white version for ink-saving.
Have a photo shoot with these St. Patrick’s day photo props! You will need a printer to print the templates, and card stock to make them sturdier. Grab your camera (or iPhone) and have a family photo shoot!
Dish out the rainbow paints and glitter and make a rainbow out of fingerprints! A simple concept, this is a great bonding activity for younger children.
St. Patrick’s Day Crafts