Do you need to be Irish to do fun activities for kids on St Patrick’s Day? Out of habit I took down the Valentine’s Day Door decoration and put up a wooden shamrock. My husband, actually thanked me.
Since I am not Irish but my husband is, I want to share both of our traditions. I must admit the St. Patricks Day Crafts, decor and recipes in our home are limited so I thought I would find some fun ways to beef it up! (Corn beef that is).
While the Leprechaun finds their way into our home each St. Patrick’s Day I thought I would share a St. Patricks Day Crafts and recipes I found on Pinterest. Feel free to link up any of your St. Patrick’s Day posts as well.
More great St. Patrick’s Day Activities
You can find Close to Home’s St. Patrick’s Day Round Up here.
I hope you will find some great ways to bring a little IRISH into your home with this round up of great St Patricks Day food and craft ideas. We would love for you to also share your favorite St Patrick Day ideas in the linky below.
Unfortunately I stopped paying for Inlinkz so you will have to go directly to their site to find all the link ups from the party. We thought you would love this St. Patrick’s Day craft that you can do with groups of kids for a class party or just a fun small motor skill activity.
What you need for these Fun Activities for Kids for St. Patrick’s Day
- Fruit Loops
- Free Shamrock Printable
- Yarn or roping
- Hole Punch
- Tape-optional if you want to put it on the ends of the string.
Again, depending on the age of the kids and how much time you have, older kids can cut out and color the shamrocks.
Punch a whole into the top of the shamrocks, insert some twine and have the kids have fun threading the fruit loops to make a necklace.
Be sure to Pin this for Saint Patrick’s Day Crafting Fun!
Get your free St Patrick’s Day Craft Shamrock Printable
Pick from our Free St. Patricks’ Day Shamrock Printable
You can simply print out the Shamrock Printable in Green or print them in black and white and have the kids color them in. It depends on how much time you are trying to pass!
Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. If your kids are younger be sure to check out some of the fun Leprechaun Pranks my kids loved when they were younger.
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