These St. Patrick’s Day Printables are a simple and easy way to decorate for St.Patrick’s Day! I’ve rounded up Shamrock. Lucky, Rainbows and more! Just print and frame!
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!
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!
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!
Hi everyone! It’s Annette, from Tips From a Typical Mom. I’m so happy to be guest posting again here on Over the Big Moon. Over on my blog I love to share free printables, family friendly recipes, parenting tips, and product reviews with my readers. Today I’m here sharing a cute St. Patricks Day Free Printable Treat Topper with you. This Treat Topper is so cute and tells the ones you love just how much you care about them.
I love to give my kids a little something special every St. Patrick’s Day and these cute little packages of rainbows and gold are just the thing this year! I love how colorful these are and my kids are going to absolutely love these.
You can download these and print them onto card stock, two at a time, right from your own printer at home. Then I used snack sized zip top bags to add the candy to, folded the treat topper in half, then stapled it right to the top of the bag. I love working with paper but it bugs me so much to use scissors to cut out these cute treat toppers. I hate how wobbly the scissors make the cut. So I am always sure to use a paper cutter. My favorite one is this Swingline Paper Cutter. It’s big enough to cut scrapbooking paper and I use it at least once a week. Not only that but my kids use it for homework all the time. It’s a timesaver for sure!
All you need for this fun little project is:
- Large Bag Original Skittles
- Twizzlers Rainbow Licorice
- Mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
- Hershey’s Gold Chocolate Nuggets
- Snack Size Zip Top Bags
- Card Stock
- Paper Cutter
- Free Printable found HERE
I’ve made this handy short video to show you how to add the rainbow licorice, skittles, and chocolate to the bags and add the treat topper. It’s so simple!
There you have it! So simple huh? I love how these turned out and they are so cheerful and colorful.
Just download to your computer and open and print on cardstock. It’s that simple!
What are some of your St. Patrick’s Traditions with your family? Leave me some ideas in the comment section.
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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 Kimbo from A girl and a glue gun! I love holidays–but I’m super cheap! I love when I can give my kids or friends little holiday gifts that don’t break the bank! And today I’ve got a fun St. Patricks day printable for you–that can be used in a bunch of different ways!
This one is perfect for kids! A cute water color paint set–
You could also buy one of those big huge packs of crayons and just tape it on to that!
This one would be super fun for a teacher! (or a mom. or a crafter! I just love Sharpies)
A sweet little treat–tie onto some skittles (or runts, or starbursts, or sprees, or hi chews, or anything with lots of color!)
And this one is my favorite! These coloring books are super popular!
Perfect for anyone young or old!
The printables are down below…Just right click and save to your computer and print from there!
And make sure to check out my St. patricks day banner!
And This fun way to keep your kids entertained during spring break! Lots of fun art projects…that you will WANT to hang on your fridge!
Hey everyone, Vanessa here from Our Thrifty Ideas stopping by to share a fun printable as part of Pam’s St. Patrick’s Day series. I love creating kid friendly printables, and this one is going to help you if you have little ones and/or are in charge of a themed kids party. School, church or even just for fun, your little ones will love playing this Leprechaun themed Don’t Eat Pete.
- Just download the free printable game from a Colored Printer on a heavy cardstock paper. I find these hold up better with the kids than a typical printer paper would.
- I usually have kids play in groups of 2-4. More than that the kids will get antsy and it’s too loud for the game.
- Prep the game by placing one candy on each of the 9 squares.
- Have one kid who is “it” step out of the room (out of sight and ear shot) and the other remaining kids will pick one leprechaun to be “Pete”.
- Then have “it” child come back in the room. Their objective is to eat the most amount of candy (isn’t that every kids objective in life!) without picking “Pete”. They will one by one pick up a candy from a square and eat it. When they grab the candy off of “Pete” all the other kids will yell “DON’T EAT PETE” and their turn is over.
- Pick a new child to be it and start over again!
Do you have a child that will love playing this game? Just click HERE to download the free printable!
Check out these other fun printables from Our Thrifty Ideas!
I couldn’t help myself I wanted to create some St Patrick’s Day prints for my frames.
This one is my favorite!
I displayed it on our mantle.
I also wanted a subtle simple shamrock:
This cute Lucky print ended up on my desk:
Can you see I started getting carried away here 🙂 How about 3 leaf clovers with a lucky gold clover, because we’ve got one!
And one last one for our Gallery wall:
You can download the prints for free and without the watermark. These prints are for personal use only. You may not sell, alter, or reproduce them in any way.
Happy St Patrick’s Day!
Today I am sharing a fun printable set that a little neighbor boy is into right now! These are such a fun and easy counting activity to do with your little ones – St. Patrick’s Day Counting Puzzles! One of my good friends little 3 year old is obsessed with counting and so I made him a few different sets of counting cards! He loves the Valentine’s Day set I made him, so I decided to put together a St. Patrick’s Set for him too! I’ve created 2 different styles of puzzles for you to choose from – each set has the cards for 1 through 10. I personally just like to use the diagonal style, because they are easier to cut!
I hope your and your littles enjoy these fun Counting Puzzles!! If you like these Counting Puzzle Cards be sure and check out these other fun kids learning printables:
Have a great St. Patrick’s Day friends!