Crafts are the perfect way to celebrate St. Patrick’s day with your little ones. If you’re looking for some festive craft ideas then you have come to the right place! Here are some St. Patrick’s Day crafts ranging from Shamrocks to leprechaun binoculars!
Marshmallow Shamrock Stamping
Both you and your little one will love this simple St. Patrick’s Day craft! It only requires a few materials but is a ton of fun. This craft puts a fun twist on usual painting activities by using marshmallows instead of paintbrushes. Also, a fun bonus is that any leftover marshmallows can be used as a sweet treat!
Leprechaun Binoculars are the perfect craft for both younger and older kids. Younger children may need some assistance with assembling the binoculars but they will love being able to go wild with decorating them. Additionally, kids can use their binoculars to go on a leprechaun hunt! They’ll be so excited at the possibility of a leprechaun sighting.
St. Patrick’s Day Fluffy Slime
Slime is a favorite among kids these day. This St. Patrick’s Day slime is festive and sure to be a hit with your little ones! You can customize this slime recipe by choosing your own add ins, such as gold glitter, shamrocks, rainbow pieces, and plastic gold coins. Little ones will love getting their hands into this fluffy slime!
St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bottles
These DIY sensory bottles are a fun way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with little ones. It will give them the opportunity for safe and mess free sensory play. Your little one will have a great time shaking and playing with these festive sensory bottles. Additionally, you can reuse the bottles over and over again for different themed sensory play.
Fingerprint Rainbow Pot of Gold
Your little one will love getting their hands into some paint! For this colorful St. Patrick’s Day craft your child will get to create a rainbow with their fingerprints. Also, this craft provides the perfect opportunity to teach about rainbows and colors…A rainbow wouldn’t be complete without adding a pot of gold at the end of it.
This footprint rainbow craft is one that you wont forget. It’s an adorable way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, while capturing a memory of how little your baby was at that time. You and your little one can create a memory to last forever!
What are some ways that you are planning on celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with your children?