15 Easy St. Patrick’s Day Crafts for Kids
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Celebrate everyone’s favorite Irish holiday this year with these adorable and fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids!
Whether you need something to do with all the students in your classroom or just something fun to do at home with your toddler, these easy crafts are just what you are looking for!
This St. Patrick’s Day, teach your kids some fun crafts without having them eat sweets!
1. Paper Plate Leprechaun Craft
Leprechauns are always up to no good, but this time they’ve got the green light from St. Patrick’s Day! Make your own paper plate leprechauns at home or in class with these simple instructions that will let you paint cut and glue all skills needed for early learners.
2. Craft Stick Leprechaun Hat
Why not teach your kids about Irish culture and why we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? This hat is an easy craft that they will love making while you help them understand the significance of this day!
3. Pot Of Gold Card Craft
The first thing that comes to mind when you think of St. Patrick’s Day and leprechauns is the elusive pot o’ gold! They sure love their gold coins!
4. Kids Shamrock Craft
This fun shamrock craft is a simple but creative St. Patrick’s Day Activity that kids will love.
5. St. Patrick’s Day Handprint Rainbow
Why not make a rainbow with your hands? It’s just like most other rainbows you’ve seen before, but more personalized and unique!
6. Cereal Box Leprechaun Trap
The leprechaun is a tricky and fast creature, so it’s no wonder that people want to find out where his gold is hidden. To do this you must set up an effective trap for him!
7. St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock String Art Craft
This fun and simple string art craft has a ton of benefits for kids. They can color, cut holes in the paper to put their fingers through while they lace it together – what more could you want from one little activity?
8. St. Patrick’s Day Wreath Paper Craft
This St. Patrick’s Day Wreath papercraft is the perfect way to bring home a little bit of Ireland this March 17th! Your kids will love it, and you can hang or give them as gifts. Love those cute paper shamrocks!
9. Shamrock Man Craft
This shamrock man is easy and fun to make using construction paper! It would be a great group project for the classroom, daycare, or even your own home.
10. Paper Plate Rainbow Craft
The beautiful colors of this paper plate rainbow are so vibrant they’ll make your day! This DIY project only takes a few minutes and the end result is an exquisite design that you can hang anywhere for decoration.
11. Stained Glass Clover Craft
The stained glass clover craft is a simple enough project for preschoolers to do with adult help and it’s still delightful enough that older kids will enjoy making it. Get those tissue papers out!
12. St. Patrick’s Day Hats
These St. Patrick’s Day hats are a hit with kids! All you need is enough paper to go around their heads, some leaf clovers (shamrocks), and pipe cleaners. The best part? They’re easy to put together because it only takes one stapler.
13. Shamrock Painting Kids Craft
The kids will have a blast with this fun shamrock painting. It’s the perfect way to include them in St. Patrick’s Day!
14. Shamrock Preschool Craft
St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, and you know what that means: time to create some fun crafts! The shamrock preschool craft will be an easy one for beginners because all it takes are supplies from your local art store or pharmacy (no crafting experience required).
15. St. Patricks Day Leprechaun Rock Painting
Why not have some fun painting St. Patrick’s Day rocks with this leprechaun idea? The kids will love it!
Happy Crafting with your kids!
Whether you’re Irish or not, St. Patrick’s Day is a fun excuse to get crafty with kids of all ages! We hope you enjoyed trying out some of these easy and festive projects.
Be sure to share your favorite one with us in the comments below.