How To Make St. Patrick’s Day Fun For Kids
How To Make St. Patrick’s Day Fun For Kids in these easy steps. We start with a pot of gold for a treat, lucky filled pancakes for a morning breakfast, and extra easy fun ways to create the special St. Patrick’s day for your little leprechaun(s).
Pot of Gold
Fill a pot (you can find here) up with Pringles, Sprite, Extra Mint Gum, Chocolate money bar, gold chocolate coins, and green skittles. Next, decorate the pot with shamrock decor and shamrock lights for extra fun.
St. Patty’s Food Ideas for Kids
These Where’re Me Pancakes were created by CraftyMorning. What you will need is green food coloring, pancake mix, lucky charms, and whip cream.
Green Jello and Lucky Marshmallows
What a simple yet fun way to make a St. Patrick’s Day treat from MOMTrusted. What you will need is green jello, whip cream, lucky charms, and clear cups.
This is another really simple and fun idea to make St. Patrick’s Day fun for kids from CleanandScentsibile. All you need is milk, green food coloring, and lucky charms. You could use your own fun cups and straws. 🙂
Gold Coin Wreath
What you will need:
St. Patrick’s Day LED 3 Feet Lights Shamrock Shaped
Chocolate Gold Coins
I found most of these items at Target or the Dollar Tree. If you can’t find the items or would rather purchase them online I have posted the links where you can find them on Amazon.
The Shamrock wreath can be found here. The St. Patrick’s Day LED lights can be found here. Lastly, the chocolate Gold coins can be found here.
This Rainbow Surprise created by Ourbestbites is really cute! All you need is Candy Rolos, Rainbow Twizzlers, cellophane treat bags, and green ribbon.
This is a perfect way on How to Make St Patrick’s Day fun for kids! Perhaps, let them taste part of the rainbow? All you need is Gold Color Mist Spray and Oreo cookies. This is from Smart School House.
This would be a fun way to surprise the kids with a Leprechaun visit from MeaningfullMama.
A few more ideas to Learn How to Make St Patrick’s Day fun for kids
• Use green sprinkles or glitter on the counter for Leprechaun Dust
• Instead of food coloring, use green glitter in the toilet.
• Leave a trail of gold or green coins
• Turn the bathwater green.