St. Patrick’s Day Kids Game

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I know St. Patrick’s Day isn’t traditionally a largely celebrated Holiday here in the U.S, but for some reason I have always enjoyed it!  My boys seriously mention our milk turning green multiple times throughout the year!

This year I plan on hosting a Green lunch for boys and a few of their friends.  My oldest is in Kindergarten and only goes til lunch time, so I figured I can get everything ready while he’s at school!  My kids always love playing Pin the Tail on the donkey and they loved when I created Pin the Tail on the Wolverine, so I thought why not put together a Pin the 4-Leaf Clover on the Leprechaun?

 The poster is 20×30, which you can get printed at your local Costco and I would assume WalMart as well.  The 4-Leaf Clovers are arranged on a 8×10.  So, just make sure to print enough clovers, so that each child in the game as one 4-Leaf Clover.

To get the clovers to stick on the poster, you can use double sided tape or even just roll up masking taping and stick to the back of the clover!

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I hope you and your littles enjoy this fun game this St. Patrick’s Day!  Quick shoutout to www.mygrafico.com and Pixel Paper Prints from the cute clipart.

Have a great week everybody!

Pam Dana

I am a wife and mom that is over the moon for family, traditions and fun! I love to share lots of printables, DIY's, kids activities and my families favorite recipes! I am married to my husband, Scott, and we have 3 beautiful children and together they are my world!

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    Emily

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    My walmart won’t let me print it. They said it was copy righted. 🙁 was looking forward to my kids playing this. It’s such a great idea.

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      Pam Dana

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      That is so weird – I’ve never had a problem printing our stuff at our local Costco. Did they give you an explanation? I purchase the clipart and have the rights to distribute it as a free printable like I do, so there shouldn’t be a problem. So sorry – please email me at pam@overthebigmoon.com if there is anything I can do.

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      johnlisa02

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      What? That is lame. If you need a disclosure from us email me at lisa@overthebigmoon.com. They should take that.

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    Cindy Burke Litwiler

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    I make many different “Pin the _____ on the ______ games” and I have the kids use FunTak or Handi-Tak that you can find in the stationary department to attach their game piece. It’s a reusable adhesive that you can use over and over again. I also use it to attach the game board to the wall so the wall isn’t marred by tape.

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      Pam Dana

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      Great idea! Thanks so much for the suggestion!

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