Do you ever feel like you’re failing your kids because you aren’t an ultra crafty mom with super fun ideas? Yeah, me too. Thankfully though, there are a copious amount of crafty mommy bloggers around the webosphere – which means you and I don’t have to be. Here are some fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids from a few said bloggers.
St. Patrick’s Day Slime by Little Bins for Little Hands – Making slimes for different holidays is a fun idea for kids, and it makes a great chemistry lesson too! You can read more about the science behind the slime here. It’s great for introducing your young children to polymers and chemistry!
Printable Leprechaun Puppets by Easy Peasy Fun – how about a printable that turns into a hand puppet? This is sure to keep the kids busy for a while.
Fingerprint Shamrock Art by a Dab of Glue – Use a simple shamrock shape to create a silhouette with thumbprints for a fun and festive sensory craft to do at home or with friends. This is a great activity for younger children!
Lucky Magic Cube by Little Bins for Little Hands – Trying to add a little STEM to your holiday fun? Give these cubes a try!
Shamrock Slime by Happiness is Homemade – Simple household ingredients bring this glittery, slimy goodness together in no time!
Kid Made Shamrock Shirt by Fantastic Fun and Learning – This is a great idea for older kids. Your crafty children will enjoy making their own shamrock shirt to celebrate the lucky holiday!
Mosaic Shamrocks by Happiness is Homemade – These mosaic shamrocks will work for all ages, totally large family friendly!
Rainbow Slime by Left Brain Craft Brain – I know what you’re thinking . . . more slime?!? YES! More slime! Kids love this stuff, mine do anyway.
St. Patrick’s Day Potato People by Buggy and Buddy – Absolutely adorable and totally unique. These potato people are probably my favorite craft activity on this list!
File Folder Games for St. Patrick’s Day by Itsy Bitsy Fun – These free St. Patrick file folder games are best suited for prekindergarten and for kindergarten but older kids can enjoy them as well.
Kid Made Rainbow Necklace by Buggy and Buddy – Making this colorful necklace can be done with kids of almost any age, and the supplies are readily available at the dollar store.
St.Patrick’s Day Sensory Bottles by Natural Beach Living – This one might take a bit more creativity when it comes to gathering supplies, but still totally fun!
I hope you enjoy a few of these St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids with your little ones! Happy Crafting!