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St. Patrick File Folder Games

File folder games are simple, affordable and incredibly diverse ways of teaching lessons, keeping kids occupied and expressing creativity in productive ways. St. Patrick’s file folder games are as simple to make as finding St. Patrick’s themes you like and putting them on paper. Here are some examples of St. Patrick’s Day file folder games […]

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Four Fun, Fabulous Ideas for St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Boards

Creating a monthly bulletin board is a great way to engage young minds in a classroom setting. For the month of March, consider a fun, appropriate St. Patrick’s Day bulletin board theme. St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th. Here are a few simple ideas for creating a fun St. Patrick’s Day themed bulletin board.Pot o’ […]

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1-of-a-Kind St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Boards – 9 Great Ideas

When you’re brainstorming ideas for your class bulletin board, or boards, for March and St. Patrick’s Day, a few concepts probably come to mind. You’ve got the traditional, legendary rainbow with a pot of gold at the end of it, leprechaun cutouts and anything with lots of green. If you’re looking for that one-of-a-kind feel, […]

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Leprechaun Hat

Leprechauns are a fun part of Irish lore. They are little men, who sport green, and can grant wishes if they are caught. They also wear hats. So, help you kid play the leprechaun by making hats that they can wear. You will need: Small Paper Plate Paper Cup Paint Glue Construction Paper You are […]

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Discover This Pot of Gold

St. Patrick’s Day kids crafts are a fun way to get kids involved in the lore and tradition of this holiday. It is also a good way to change the focus from pinching to other fun aspects. Just be careful when you choose your kids crafts that you choose crafts that offer some form of […]

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Potato Leprechaun

A leprechaun is a small person that wears green, and if caught, grants wishes. So, make your leprechaun with a potato. What you need: Potatoes Black yarn Green construction paper Black construction paper Googly eyes Small black pom poms Scissors Glue Black marker Basically, to make the craft, you are going to add hair, and […]

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A Bit O’ Shamrock Luck Necklace

Because the shamrock is a symbol of luck and of the holiday, it is a fun medium for kid’s crafts. It is also a fun way to put your child’s creative skills to the test. You will need: Shamrocks (approx 2 x 2 inches) Hole punch Yarn Pen Scissors So, cut out several shamrocks, or […]

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St. Patty’s Day Hat

Most kids think of St. Patrick’s day as the day they get to pinch people for not wearing green. Give them other reasons to celebrate using the following fun craft ideas: St. Patty’s Day Hat:St. Patrick’s Day is all about things like “Kiss me I’m Irish,” shamrocks for good luck, rainbows with pots of gold, […]

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Blarney Stone

This is a stone near Blarney Castle in Ireland that legend says if you kiss, you will become eloquent. For this craft you need: River stones Green paint Decorative items Glue Start by painting the stone green. Then let your child decorate as they would like. They can add a face, a rainbow, pot of […]

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Shamrock Wreath

For this craft you are going to create a wreath made out of overlapping shamrocks. You will need: Construction paper Scissors A shamrock pattern Glue First start by creating the base for your wreath. Cut a circle in construction paper to the size that you want the wreath to be. Then cut an inner circle […]

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St. Patty’s Mobile

This is a great way for kids to embrace all things related to the holiday. What you need: A hanger String Paper Print outs: shamrock, pot of gold, rainbow, leprechaun, etc. Crayons, colored pencils, markers Scissors Tape Give your child the print outs, and allow them to color them. Make sure there are plenty of […]

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Leprechaun Treasure

The following are fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids: Leprechaun Treasure- For this craft you will need the following: Small bottles Green construction paper Glue Water Yellow ribbon Black marker Gold coin chocolate candies Mix the water and glue to create a paint like paste, and use it to adhere the construction paper to […]

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Holiday Candy Tower

Candy

Holiday topiaries are made out of two of the most popular elements that define the holidays, food and decorations. No matter if you are celebrating Christmas, Easter or the 4th of July, chances are that you can think of a gathering where a certain type of food is served in a specific kind of environment. […]

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Holiday Topiaries

Candies

Candy topiaries make for great conversation starters and colorful centerpieces for just about any occasion. A candy topiary instantly adds interest and color to your table. The great thing about them is that you can make them yourself and that means that you get exactly what you want every time. You can apply the same […]

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Irish Lanyard and Beads

One other St. Patrick’s Day craft for your teen includes beads. This craft can become a charm for a bracelet or a pin that sits on their coat, shirt, hat or backpack. For one of the leprechaun hats made from pony beads you will need these pony beads: 24 green, 4 black and 2 silver […]

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Good Luck Box for Teens to Craft

Another great St. Patrick’s Day craft for teens could be a secret box to hide good luck charms. This box will look like a book but will have an empty inside to store all those special charms. To get started you will need to purchase a book box, these can be found at any craft […]

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