12 Ways To Make St. Patrick's Day Special For Your Kids

12 Ways To Make St. Patrick's Day Special For Your Kids

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Are you in a pinch for St. Patrick's Day ideas to celebrate with your kiddos? Well, you just got lucky! We've been on the hunt for the perfect jackpot of St. Patrick's Day ideas for this year, and it turned into a whole day of fun with crafts, games, activities, and snacks. Check them out below, and let us help you deck your day in green!
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A Fun Breakfast: Start the day off with a lucky breakfast! This green pancake recipe is guaranteed to bring a smile and uses ingredients right from your pantry. Add some whipped cream or a sprinkle of Lucky Charms cereal to complete the perfect St. Patrick's Day breakfast.
 
A Special Morning Message: As a kid, there's nothing like waking up to some special goodies on the table on a holiday morning. This reminded me of my own mom's treats for my siblings and myself on Valentine's Day growing up! It always made us feel so special. With a St. Patrick's Day twist, just print off the free PDF above and add why you are lucky to have your kiddo.
 
 
Outfits For The Day: Start the day in St. Patrick's Day style with a personalized shirt! We have lots of designs to choose from, and each one can be customized with your child's name. The vintage truck designs pictured above are bestsellers, but you can shop our full girls collection and boys collection here!
Scavenger Hunt: Help your little Leprechauns burn off some energy with a St. Patrick's Day scavenger hunt! I love how Play Party Plan uses common hiding spots around your home like the washer or refrigerator, so it's easy to set up. Just visit their post to sign-up and receive the free printables. 
St. Patrick's Day Game: This Roll A Rainbow game from Over The Moon helps kids practice counting and color recognition. You can use M&Ms or Skittles to fill in each color. Each number is attached to a number, so when they roll that number on the dice they fill it in with a piece of candy. 
 
Time To Get Crafty: Your kids will love all the St. Patrick's Day crafts from Room Mom Recue. Whether at school or at home, these 17 craft ideas look super fun! She tells you which age each craft works best for and how to modify it if you are using the crafts for a class. 
Snack Time: These St. Patrick's Day rice krispies are a fun twist on the traditional snack. Just turn them green, or even cut them into a clover shape! Check out the recipe from The Blackberry Babe. 
 
St. Patrick's Day Reading: We have been collecting holiday themed books this year for homeschool. Our kids love the There Was An Old Lady series, so I knew this St. Patrick's Day themed one would be a great one to add to our collection!
Lunch Time: In keeping with the theme of the day, this green food testing would be a creative way to get your little ones to try new foods. This idea includes green grapes, kiwi, celery, and broccoli to name a few. 

Minute To Win It: Now that lunchtime is over, keep your kiddos entertained with these hilarious Minute To Win It games. They're even adjustable for different ages! 
 
Leprechaun Playdough: This classic toddler activity can be used even after St. Patrick's Day! Add some glitter for a whole new dimension of fun. Find the full recipe at A Mom's Impression.
 
Art Time: We're wrapping up the fun St. Patrick's Day activities with this awesome How To Draw A Leprechaun project. Kristen walks you through this step-by-step directed drawing exercise and includes the instructions for your kiddos or classroom. This is a great listening-to-directions art project.
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We hope you and your kids love these fun St. Patrick's Day ideas! Thanks for reading!

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