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Irish for a Day: St. Patrick's Day Craft and Recipe Guide
St. Patrick's Day for Kids: Activities, Crafts, Songs and Fun Facts
By: Caley Walsh
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Kids can have a blast on St. Patrick's Day! Keep them entertained with St. Patrick's Day songs, free St. Patrick's Day coloring pages, and craft activities. Satisfy their curiosity with fun St. Patrick's Day Trivia.
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Kids might ask why we celebrate St. Patrick. Learn about St. Patrick here and the holiday and brag that Americans were actually the first to organize St. Patrick’s Day parades!
Make Irish flags with green, white and orange felt. The Irish flag has a green strip on the left, white in the middle, and orange on the right. Attach to popsicle sticks for the parade!
Make salt dough with the kids. Add a few drops of green food coloring and let them create St. Patrick’s day shapes. Make clovers by connecting the points of three hearts. Easy! Cut out the letters for Ireland with letter cookie cutters and let the dough dry (this can be sped up in the oven). Decorate and string to make a St. Patrick’s Day garland!
For Irish princesses or anyone else looking to celebrate, make these festive painted shirts for St. Patrick’s Day.
Kids will love getting involved in making lucky clover shoes which they can wear to school on St. Patrick’s Day and all during the spring. Let kids cover shoes in the first layer of cheerful green paint and you can paint the more delicate clovers.
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