St. Patrick’s Day can be such a fun holiday for all! Try out these classroom and party friendly crafts to make your kids’ St. Patrick’s Day special.
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1. Magic Fizzing Shamrocks
Shamrocks are such an iconic part of St. Patrick’s day, and I wanted to introduce my kids to shamrocks ahead of the holiday. Check this craft out to see how the magic fizzing shamrocks were born!
From: Gift of Curiosity
2. Paper Plate Rainbow
This genius little St. Patrick’s Day craft was made by Jayne Lawrence’s kiddos! Just cut off the bottom of a plate and the inside. Then have the kids color a rainbow with the crayons on the bumpy parts.
From: Crafty Morning
3. Leprechaun Lookers
Leprechaun Lookers are sure to be a hit with your kids this St. Patrick’s Day! You can even make an official Leprechaun hunt for your kids. Put a pot of gold at the end and you’ll make St. Patrick’s Day such a fun holiday!
From: Love Your Littles
4. Leprechaun Sand
Looking for a fun and easy St. Patrick’s Day activity for kids? This St. Patrick’s Day science experiment is a take on the classic baking soda & vinegar experiment is a great activity for toddlers, preschoolers and even school aged kids!
From: Live Well Play Together
5. Whimsical Rainbow Shaker Wands
Are you searching for fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids? Our DIY Whimsical Rainbow Shaker wand is easy to make at home or in the classroom.
From: Happy Mothering
6. Cut & Paste Shamrock
This printable Shamrock Template is great to use as a St. Patrick’s Day cut and paste craft for younger kiddos. With a few supplies you possibly already own the kids can get started right away with the craft!
From: OhMy! Creative
7. Under the Rainbow Leprechaun Trap
It’s that time of year! Everybody is trying to make the best leprechaun trap so they can get that pot of gold. This awesome trap costs almost nothing to make and will outsmart even the sneakiest of leprechauns!
From: Fun Money Mom
8. Kid-Made Watercolor Shamrock Clover Cards
These kid-made watercolor shamrock clover cards are a great, hands-on way for young children to discover how primary colors mix and create secondary colors! They’re also fun for handing out as St. Patrick’s Day favors with a lucky treat inside.
From: Hello, Wonderful
9. Shamrock Man Craft
We love doing all sorts of craft projects, but sometimes you need one that requires the basics: paper, glue, scissors. This St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Man fits the bill.
From: The Resourceful Mama
10. St. Patrick’s Day Calming Bottle
I love making these with my kids. These St. Patrick’s Day Calming Bottle are simple to make and kiddos everywhere can easily customize them to their liking.
From: My Home Based Life
11. Leprechaun Handprint
If you love handprint crafts this is the perfect one to make to celebrate St Patrick’s Day! The best part is this doesn’t require hands to get messy and kids can create their own unique leprechaun face.
From: The Best Ideas for Kids
12. Craft Sticks Leprechaun Hat Craft
This is a great, simple craft for any kid to make. They’re also budget friendly! Just grab a little paint, craft sticks, glue, and some paper and you’re ready to go!
From: The Resourceful Mama
13. St. Patrick’s Day Footprint Art
This footprint art is great for squirming little ones who need a simpler approach! It makes for a perfect card to send to family and friends.
From: The Life of Lori
14. Easy Paper Bowl Leprechaun Craft
This paper bowl leprechaun craft is super easy to make and did I mention how adorable it is? Seriously, put it on your to-list so you can have some cute leprechauns hanging up on your craft wall for St. Patrick’s Day.
From: iHeart Crafty Things
15. Leprechaun Hat
The Leprechaun Hat is fun because it has a solid bottom! Basically, it’s a bowl and you can put whatever you want in it. Give it to your kids to let them stash all of the treats they get on St. Patrick’s Day!
From: Highland Hickory Designs
16. Fruit Loop Marshmallow Rainbows
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up, these Fruit Loop Marshmallow Rainbows are a fun craft to do with your little ones. They are great for developing fine motor skills, the kids love them, and they are super easy to do.
17. Easy Leprechaun Pom Pom Craft
Today we’re sharing an easy Leprechaun craft for kids with a free printable for St. Patrick’s Day. There are a variety of ways to make this craft, so you can use it with kids of different ages and abilities.
From: Fun Loving Families
18. Paper Plate Rainbow Kids Craft
This Paper Plate Rainbow Kids Craft Is The Perfect Craft To Do With Your Kids For St Patrick’s Or To Welcome Spring Into Your Home!
From: A Night Owl
19. Super Easy St. Patrick’s Day Bracelet Craft
If your kids are anticipating St. Patrick’s Day make these super simple St. Patrick’s day bracelets for them and a few friends. And of course, here’s a fun little free printable to go with them.
From: Simple Everyday Mom
20. St. Patrick’s Day Fluffy Slime Recipe
If you haven’t made fluffy slime then you are in for a real treat. Today we bring you a brand new theme slime, a St Patrick’s Day fluffy slime recipe with glitter, leprechauns, gold coins, and more!
From: Little Bins Little Hands
21. Rainbow Dyed Noodles
I remember dying noodles as a kid so that we could make pasta necklaces. That was always so much fun! Today, I wanted to try dying cooked pasta noodles for my girls to use for sensory play.
From: Growing a Jeweled Rose
22. Mini Pots of Gold with Free Printable
You can take small clay pots and turn them into mini pots of gold or cute leprechaun hats filled with gold treats! This would make a great classroom gift idea, or just a fun treat for a group of friends, or siblings to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
From: Chica Circle
23. Simple Felt Shamrock Pin
Make these for your kids to wear around on St. Patrick’s Day! You can even turn them into bows for hair! They’re an adorable accessory for anyone to add a little luck to your day.
From: Mom Spark
24. St. Patrick’s Day Owl Treat Box
If you need a cute St. Patrick’s Day treat idea, these little owl treat pillow boxes are perfect! They’re adorable and kids of all ages will be able to open them right up.
From: Craftaholics Anonymous
25. Paper Strip Shamrock
So you love crafting for the holidays as much as I do?! Here’s a great tutorial for beautiful paper shamrocks you can hang everywhere on St. Patrick’s Day! They are simple to make – even the kiddos can do it!
From: Sugar Bee Crafts
26. St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold
St. Patrick’s Day is around the corner. Make this DIY Pot of Gold for your festivities and wish your family and friends a lucky day!
From: The 36th Avenue
27. Paper Four Lead Clovers
Make this adorable patch of four leaf clovers with your kids to bring everyone good luck. It’s a subtle decor piece, and a fun craft in one!
From: Diy Inspired
28. St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Paper Plate Face
I love the month of March and all things Irish. Like this fun St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Kids Craft my girls enjoyed making so much!
From: Simply Today Life
29. Toothbrush Painted Rainbow
If you are looking for a quick and super easy arts and crafts project for the kids. It does not get much easier than this toothbrush painted rainbow.
From: The Pinterested Parent
30. Leprechaun Hat Favours
This would be a fun craft to make with your kids over March Break, especially if you’re hosting a St. Patrick’s Day party. With a handful of sweet treats, you can turn snack-size plastic bowls into charming party favours this holiday.
From: Canadian Living
31. Easy Paper Plate Rainbow Craft
Today I have the pleasure of showing you an incredibly easy paper plate rainbow craft that’s perfect for your toddler or preschooler. And while it’s a simple craft, it also presents a fantastic opportunity to introduce color mixing to young children.
From: Arty Crafty Kids
32. Recycled Plastic Water Bottle Shamrocks
I am so excited to share with you guys what I realized- there are secret hidden 3 leaf clovers on the bottom of WATER BOTTLES! This could be an easy craft for kids to make as well that costs nothing to make!
From: Crafty Morning
33. Fruit Loop Rainbow Craft
Do you remember making Fruit Loop Rainbows when you were a kid? Love it! We have made a number of Rainbow Crafts over the years, but this might be one of the kids favorites!
From: Housing a Forest