Today is a special day in history because the Post a Leprechaun game was born, lol. If you want to embark on a super EASY game idea that will literally cost a $1. You are in for a treat!
What is post-a-leprechaun game?! It is one of the easiest ways to entertain children and teens for St. Patrick’s day! Even adults alike will also enjoy this activity!
- Green Post-it Super Sticky Notes (Find a HUGE pack of just green here!)
- Orange Post-it Notes (Optional)
How to Play Post-a-Leprechaun Game
Ready, get set, go! There are two players which make a team, there is one minute on the clock and you have to see how many green and orange posts it notes you could put on the player in front of you before the timer stops. The beauty in this game is you can have any number of teams that you desire. Really you are only limited by the number of players and post-it notes.
The team that has the most amount of post-it notes stuck on before that minute is up. Scores 100 points.
Second round, the same teams will go again but this time the opposite player will have the opportunity to fill their partner up with as many post-it notes within that minute.
Gameplay continues, whichever team gets to 300 points first. Wins!
Post it notes are so small but easy to use like stickers! Just with a funny twist! In addition to making this game even more fun, you could write silly messages on the sticky notes and add them to the player too. Keep in mind there are many different posts it notes sizes, colors, and shapes!
Have fun playing Post a Leprechaun!
Have you ever played a game with post-it notes? We’d love to hear about it!
This sounds like a lot of fun!
Thanks, Amberly! 🙂
Lori @ The Fitfilled Life says
What a fun game! Thanks for sharing the details!
Thank you, Lori and you are so welcome! Thanks for stopping in. 🙂
I love this game! Looks so fun and like a great way to keep the kids entertained for a good while!
Yay! I am so glad 🙂 thanks for checking it out. I hope you find it useful. 🙂
This game looks like such a fun way to entertain my toddler! I can’t wait to try it. 😀
I think my kids would crack up playing this game! How fun for toddlers and preschoolers!