Make St. Patrick’s Day extra special by planning some St.Patrick’s Day Kids Crafts and Activities! You’ll find all things rainbows, Leprechauns, shamrocks and more!
This kids St.Patrick’s Day I Spy Printable Game is such a fun activity for kids to play on St. Patrick’s Day! Just print and play! So simple!
St. Patrick’s Day does not have to be exhausting and overwhelming! Check out these fun and EASY St. Patrick’s Day Traditions for fun ways to celebrate this LUCKY holiday!
St. Patrick’s Day is a super easy holiday to make extra fun! Today I’m sharing three fun St. Patrick’s Day Gifts for Kids that are all made with my Cricut Maker that will all make their day special!
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Roll a Rainbow is a super fun St. Patrick’s Day Kids Game that is fun for kids of all ages! Roll the dice and place the candy or item on its assigned color to create your rainbow! It could also be used year round as a way to practice color recognition!
Here’s an easy and beyond cute St. Patrick’s Day Baby Outfit idea! Customize your own onesie, shirt or romper using this free cut file for HTV. Don’t get pinched this St. Patrick’s Day!
A fun St. Patrick’s Day kids game. This St. Patrick’s Day Word Scramble is perfect for an afternoon activity, kids classroom game or a kids party game!
Hello all of you Over The Big Moon fans! My name is Jonie and you can find me over at Just Between Friends sharing lots of printables, kids crafts, holiday activities, recipes and more! I am thrilled to be here sharing my Spin a Leprechaun Game with you today. This is a really fun way to get in the holiday spirit with your kids, and your kids will love it.
Hey everyone I’m Sydney and I share recipes, crafts and budget friendly decor ideas over at Tastefully Frugal. I’m excited to be here with you today to share a craft for you to do with your kids this St. Patrick’s Day that’s not only festive and fun but also helps little ones develop their fine motor skills and pattern recognition.
Don’t you think holidays are so much more fun after you start having kids? Before I had my boys the only holidays I really celebrated were Thanksgiving and Christmas. Now, no matter what the holiday, we find ways to decorate and celebrate. Finding ways to intertwine learning with fun is something I try hard to do on a regular basis with having toddlers at home. These four leaf clovers were no exception!
We had fun working on colors as we sorted out the beads, numbers as we counted them and patterns as we put the four leaf clovers together. Most of this project kids can do on their own (all of it if they are older), but you may need to help with cutting the pipe cleaners and tying everything together.
Green pipe cleaners
Green and yellow beads
Cut two pipe cleaners in half so you have four pieces total.
String beads on to pipe cleaner in this order: 1 yellow, 2 green, 1 yellow, 2 green, 1 yellow.
Fold pipe cleaner into the shape of a leaf and twist ends together.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 with remaining three pipe cleaners.
Cut a third pipe cleaner into thirds.
Arrange the four leaves in the position you’d like and using one of the small pieces of pipe cleaner, wrap it around the leaves and pull through the bottom to make the stem
You can also hot glue a magnet on the back (like I did with these snowflakes) to make magnets to hold other masterpieces kids create on your fridge.
What ways do you bring learning into everyday activities? Want even more fun ways to teach little ones through everyday activities? Check out these ideas:
Hey there, Over the Big Mooners! I am McKenzie and I am a lifestyle and beauty blogger at Girl Loves Glam. I love celebrating different holidays, but I don’t always like to go above and beyond to transform my house for every holiday. St. Patrick’s Day is one of those holidays. Before you start calling me Grinch, let me explain by saying that we totally celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by dressing in green, our house just isn’t dripping in green. I have loved creating different hairstyles for holidays and I saw a cute idea for a clover hairstyle. The problem is that it was only a 3 leaf clover. I made some tweaks and created an adorable four leaf clover St. Patrick’s Day hairstyle for the little girl in your life!
When you are sporting a green four leaf clover in your hair, you don’t need to worry too much about how much green you are wearing. You are totally pinch proof! To create this hairstyle you need…
First, split the hair in half and put it into two very loose pigtails.
Go to one of the pigtails and split it in half. Part it right above the ear, creating 4 ponytails.
Take one ponytail out and get the hair wet. Comb through the hair to make it really smooth and put it in a ponytail. Stick your finger though the base of the ponytail.
Stuff ponytail through the hole in the base. Make sure that you stuff it from the center and pull it out going out towards the girl’s face.
Put pomade through the wet ponytail and split the ponytail into two small sections. Twist the hair away from yourself, towards the girl’s face.
Pull twists on either side of the base and put an elastic on them to hold them together. It will create a heart shape. If it isn’t perfect, it is just fine. You will have plenty of time to fix it later.
Repeat the steps above until you have done this for all four sections. Now pull all of the sections together and put it into a ponytail. Loop the hair back through the elastic to create a messy bun with the remaining hair.
Cut a long piece of ribbon (mine was about 8 feet) and stuff the end through the elastic in the center. Loop the ribbon around each of the “leaves”. Once they are all wrapped, stuff the other end of the ribbon through an elastic and cut the remaining ribbon off.
Bobby pin the leaves into place to make their heart shapes again and to keep them from wiggling around. Secure the bun if it needs to be secured as well.
Now you have an adorable hairstyle for your little girl that keeps them looking festive and totally pinch proof!
You can find more fun hair tutorials more ways to make yourself pinch proof this St. Patrick’s Day over on my blog, Girl Loves Glam.