17 Kid-Friendly Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day
Be inspired by these 17 Kid-Friendly Ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. This fun roundup is brought to you to help inspire your creativity with your children. You will find everything from Rainbow water to rainbow pudding in this bunch. Plus, check out these fun games to play and fun craft ideas too!
What a simple and creative way to surprise your kids this St. Patrick’s Day with a rainbow glass of water. This idea is from Happy Hooligans.
What a fun way to bring Disney into your day! These free printables are from Disney Family. You could add these St. Patrick’s Day Disney Sticker’s to the outside of their lunch bag for school, snacks, or another idea could be the outside of their bedroom door.
This colorful rainbow pudding is not only cute but I hear it’s delicious!!! It’s created by Katie Goodman from Makezine. What a sweet treat to make for the kids this St. Patrick’s Day.
WOW! Talk about a winning Sugar cookie! This cookie would put the biggest smile on any child’s face. This cookie is found at SunScholars.
A little Sneaky Leprechaun Fun:
• Sprinkle green glitter on the counters or on the floor marking a path where the Leprechaun has been.
• Use green clothing and leave it hanging stuck in the door or window like the Leprechaun had a hard time getting out of the house.
• Turn milk or water green.
• Leave a trail of plastic gold coins or chocolate gold coins.
• Make a treasure hunt and at the end, they could find a pot of gold example here.
What a fun way to do something special with the kids this St. Patrick’s Day. Create a Leprechaun trap. This Leprechaun Trap is from Marshmallow Mudpie and Our Thrifty Ideas.
This adorable St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Paper Plate Mask was created by ABCCreativeLearning.
This Edible Rainbow activity is from FindingZest.
St. Patrick’s Day Slime
How fun is this for St. Patrick’s Day?! 😀 This Green St. Patrick’s Day Slime and Gold Slime is from Littlebinsforlittlehands.
This lucky treat is from ClassyClutter.