Easy St. Patrick’s Day Crafts For Kids
These fun and easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts are sure to be a hit with your kids.
St. Patrick’s Day may conjure up images of green beer or corned beef for adults. That is all well and good, but kids need to have something to involve them as well.
These fun and easy St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids will give both you and the little ones something to do to celebrate besides simply wearing green.
FUN ST. PATRICK’S DAY CRAFTS FOR KIDS
Beaded Shamrock Craft by Fun-A-Day
Watch as the creativity comes alive with this St. Patrick’s Day craft for preschoolers. Beads and pipe cleaners are all it takes, with no messy prep work required; so kids can start the fun right away.
Leprechaun Traps by The Best Ideas for Kids
Catch a sneaky leprechaun on St. Patrick’s Day with this DIY trap. Kids will love designing and building their own unique trap, with multiple design ideas to choose from.
Paper Plate Rainbow Craft by Arty Crafty Kids
If you and your kiddos are fans of rainbows, you are going to love this paper plate rainbow craft. With just a paper plate, paint and a few other supplies, you can allow your kids imaginations to run wild.
Paper Plate Leprechaun Craft by Simple Everyday Mom
Kids can make their own St. Patrick’s Day decorations with this paper plate craft. They can create a leprechaun friend to proudly hang on the wall. And they will thoroughly enoy all of the cutting, coloring and painting that goes into this project.
Deconstructed Rainbow Collage Art by Barley & Birch
Brighten up the house with this rainbow collage art. The different shapes and colors allow creativity to shine. It also can serve as an introduction to deconstructionist art for kids.
St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Hat Craft by Journey to SAHM
Ever wondered what it was like to be a leprechaun? Kids don’t have to wonder anymore after they create their very own leprechaun hat to wear.
Stained Glass Rainbow Suncatcher by Mombrite
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by creating a beautiful rainbow suncatcher. They can even stick it to their window when they are done. Kids will love seeing the rainbow colors shine in the sunlight.
ShamROCKS and Gold Nuggets by Sustain My Craft Habit
Gather some rocks and bring out the paint for this next St. Patrick’s Day craft for kids. These shamROCKs and gold nuggets will be so much fun for kids to create. They would make great painted rocks for those whose communities participate in the Kindness Rocks Project.
Marble Paint Shamrock Craft by Simply Full of Delight
Don’t put away the paint just yet. Let the kids make an easy marble paint shamrock. They will love shaking the box around to paint with actual marbles, and the results are quite pretty.
Shamrock Wreath Craft by The Soccer Mom Blog
If the front door is in need of a little luck, create a shamrock wreath with the kids. All you need is puzzle pieces, art supplies, and a cardboard box. This is a great use for puzzles that are missing a piece, but aren’t ready for the trash just yet.
Rainbow Dot Marker Printable by Two Pink Peonies
This St. Patrick’s Day craft can be made by using the free printable included in the article and a box of dot markers. It’s a low-prep activity, which is great for parents and kids will love creating with all the bright colors. Plus preschoolers can work on concepts like patterns and staying inside the lines.
I hope these St. Patrick’s Day crafts help to make your St. Patrick’s Day extra special!
Oh my gosh these are so fun especially the beaded shamrock craft and the painted rocks!