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Handprint Shamrock for St Patrick’s Day

Handprint Shamrock for St Patrick’s Day A beautiful handprint shamrock will be loved by children on St Patrick’s Day. You will need: Green paint Paper A black pen. Method: Ask the...

Leprechaun Beard for St Patrick’s Day

Leprechaun Beard for St Patrick’s Day A funky and creative leprechaun beard can be worn by the children and they’ll be ready to celebrate the...

Handprint Rainbow for St Patrick’s Day

Handprint Rainbow for St Patrick’s Day A handprint rainbow is a group activity and it looks absolutely beautiful after being framed on the wall. You will...

Fingerprint Rainbow for St Patrick’s Day

Fingerprint Rainbow A fingerprint rainbow is a great and fun activity for small children on St Patrick’s Day. You will need: Paint box Paper Method: Ask them to paint...

St Patricks Day Snack

Not everything has to be green, there are plenty of ways to introduce and explore fruit and veg in the form of rainbows! Take...

Rainbow Fruit Bags

What you need: - All kinds of different coloured fruit and veg - Zip lock Bag 1) Have children help wash and sort the fruit into like...

Pot O’ Gold Veg Baskets

What you’ll need: A pepper, deseeded with top cut off. Carrots, chopped into small segments Method: Wash, deseed, and chop the head off of the pepper. Cut...

Lucky Leprechauns Pesto Pasta

All children are fond of pasta and it’s a great way to disguise veg and other nutritious foods that picky eaters won’t eat. There...

St. Patrick’s Day Treasure Hunt

I can’t say enough about how much children love making crafts for St. Patrick’s Day. All of the sparkly, glittery fun is appealing to...

St. Patrick’s Day Rainbows

Children love St. Patrick’s Day—all of the colours and rainbows, sparkles, and leprechauns are intriguing to little minds. You can make these simple crafts...

Blarney Stone Craft

Supplies needed: • A smooth, clean river rock • Brush • Green paint • Glue • Markers • Glitter, sequins, plastic jewels, googly eyes, bits of yarn, etc. Method: Make sure your rock is clean and dry....

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