Every St. Patrick’s Day I like to add a little extra fun to the day by doing a treasure hunt that leads to a Lucky Basket filled with fun goodies and sometimes a little cash. It’s basically the equivalent of an Easter Basket but for St. Patrick’s Day. If you’re looking to start a new tradition like this or you already do it but need some filler ideas, check out my list of St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Basket Ideas from Target.
You can download this new St. Patrick’s Day Worksheet Bundle in our Etsy Shop now and it’s on sale!
Check out our new Etsy listing this week featuring some fun St. Patrick’s Day themes you can use in the classroom or at home. This is a 6-page worksheet bundle that includes these activities: a word search, color by numbers, maze, ABC order, addition, subtraction, and guided writing.
One of my new favorite ways to make St.Patricks Day fun for my 6 year old is doing a treasure hunt that leads to a pot of gold, so to speak. I gather fun green-themed items, chocolate gold coins, beads, money, and other silly things I can put in a plastic cauldron and I hide it somewhere in the house. These St. Patrick’s Day Treasure Hunt Clues make finding the pot of gold much more fun and entertaining. [Read more…]
Today we’re sharing this fun St. Patrick’s Day Spot It game. You can download it from our Etsy Shop, print and use it as many times as you want.
It’s almost St. Patrick’s Day and this little game is perfect for just one child at home or a classroom of children celebrating the fun and magic of St. Patty’s Day. [Read more…]
Today we’re sharing a fun St. Patrick’s Day Puffy Paint Craft! That’s right…puffy paint you can make at home or in the classroom because it’s super easy and only needs 2 ingredients.
This is a great activity for big and little kids who love to use their imagination through sensory play. Parents and teachers will love it because it’s inexpensive to put together and loads of fun. [Read more…]
Doing crafts is always a fun way to connect with children. Crafting, building, drawing and painting brings out their creative side while they learn to explore and challenge their inner artist. Drawing a circle or a cloud helps develop their fine motor skills. Something as simple as waiting for paint to dry teaches them [Read more…]