Hoping to bring some luck o’ the Irish to your family (or at least some good old green fun)?
Look no further. The editors of My Kids’ Adventures searched the Internet for St. Patrick’s Day crafts that are easy and fun to make with your kids.
In this article I’ll share our favorite lucky seven St. Patrick’s Day crafts to do with your kids.
Why St. Patrick’s Day Activities?
You don’t have to be Irish to join in the spirited fun of St. Patrick’s Day on March 17. The holiday celebrates the Irish and Irish-at-heart with food, fun and lots of green for shamrocks (the leaf of the clover plant) and leprechauns (little green “fairies”).
Looking for a fun and active way to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day?
Head outside for a colorful springtime adventure with a St. Patrick’s Day twist.
In this article, I’ll show you how to create a rainbow treasure hunt that kids of all ages will enjoy for St. Patrick’s Day or any day.
After all, who wouldn’t want to find a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow?
Why a Rainbow Treasure Hunt?
The leprechaun is a primary symbol of the March 17th holiday. Tradition tells us that these fairies, dressed all in green, hide their pots of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Leprechauns enjoy mischief and are difficult to catch because they’re always one step ahead. And if you catch a leprechaun, he will give you his pot of gold or grant you three wishes in exchange for his release.