Fun and easy St Patrick’s Day crafts for kids to make at school, church, pre-school, daycare, or at home. Fun crafts ideas for St Paddy’s Day that toddlers, preschoolers, grade school and big kids will love to make.
Crafting is a great way for parents and kids to spend time together while creating some fun craft projects. Just about any time of the year is perfect for making crafts, and the month of March is full of opportunities to learn new skills and have fun at the same time. St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th and there are very cute and easy ideas to make at home.
Kids, especially toddlers and preschoolers love to use art supplies to whip up a new project to display. Simple craft projects need not become an extravagant and expensive event since many of the St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids can be made using materials and supplies that most parents already have on hand. Household items such as paper plates, paper bags, cardboard tubes and egg cartons are just some of the recycled items that can be used in crafts with kids.
Paper Plate Leprechaun
The month of March offers many ideas for crafts and learning activities using common favorite icons like shamrocks, rainbows, kites and of course leprechauns. Depending on the age and skill level of the kids, an abundance of projects can be made. Taking a few minutes to look online for crafting ideas associated with March may provide the inspiration needed to get crafting.
Paper Shamrock People Craft
Craft projects with our kids has simply always been a part of our lives, and as our kids are growing up we have spent a lot of quality time teaching our kids how to use their imagination to bring out the budding artist and crafter within. Our super easy and fun to make St. Patrick’s Day Mobile was great fun for the kids and took no time at all to make. Most parents already have all of the materials and supplies required.
St Patrick’s Day Cereal Necklace Craft idea
Crafts have always been a great way to spend some time with your kids and others. If you teach a Sunday school class, or a 4H group, you’re constantly on the lookout for fun and easy crafts. No matter the ages of the children you’re working with, this is a great time to teaching sharing, tolerance, encouragement, appreciation of others work, pride in your own work and much more. Use the time to enjoy each other. Don’t expect perfection. Stress enjoyment and putting forth your best effort. When you’re done, share your crafts with others.
Loopy Leprechaun Craft for Kids
How can children not love leprechauns? They serve as a mascot for the most sugary of cereals, they’re comparable in size to the children themselves, and following them leads to fun things like rainbows and pots of shimmering gold. Since the leprechaun serves somewhat of an unofficial mascot of Saint Patrick’s Day, try one of these easy preschool crafts to decorate the classroom.
St Patrick’s Day Necklace Craft for Kids
Handprint St Patricks Day Fingerpaint Craft
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