Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day with the kids by doing some of these super fun Saint Patrick’s Day kids crafts! We have found the best clovers, leprechauns, and rainbows crafts which all make this special day extra fun. Kids of all ages will be engaged with these activities which range from papercrafts to growing rainbows, painting, and puppets. So get out your crafting supplies and have some St. Patrick’s Day fun!
15 Saint Patrick’s Day Kids Crafts
1. Torn Paper Clover Craft
This cute paper strip clover is easy enough for kids to make and nice enough to display on your walls! Free shamrock and four-leaf clover templates included! Click here to be taken to The Craft At Home Family to find out more about this fun craft.
2. Pot Of Gold Papercraft
Get ready to teach your kid about Saint Patrick’s Day with this rainbow pot of gold craft. The free template makes this papercraft easy and fun for the little ones! Get the free printable over at Mombrite.
3. Grow A Rainbow
Grow your own rainbow with just some kitchen paper towels, marker pens, and water! Simple fun that will amaze children. Head over to Lil Tigers to find out how to grow your rainbow as well as find lots of other interesting facts about rainbows!
4. Leprechaun Puppet
This paper bag puppet is an easy and fun craft project for kids from toddler to preschool to kindergarten or older. All will have a blast making this Leprechaun Puppet for your St Patrick’s Day Craft. Visit Life Should Cost Less to find out more.
5. Leprechaun Toilet Paper Roll Craft
Looking for a fun St.Patrick’s Day Craft for kids? Check out this fun Leprechaun Toilet paper roll craft that’s simply magical. All you have to do is print the free template, color, and paste it on a toilet roll. Conservamome has all of the details so you can make your own!
6. Shamrock Pepper Stamps
St. Patrick’s Day craft that the kids love to do. Making a shamrock stamp using peppers is so simple and the kids love to just stamp away. This is one fun and simple art activity that we have been meaning to do with our kids! Visit Our Wabi Sabi Life to find out more.
7. Paper Quilled Shamrock Craft
If you are looking for something fun to do with your family to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. try making up a bunch of these paper shamrocks in different colors. This is a great activity that older kids will love. Find out more over at Saving Dollars and Sense.
8. Cover Sensory Sight Word Game
A great recycled box craft that is perfect for young children learning words. Mix it up and add letters or numbers, even math equations. Click here to find out more and to get the free printables.
9. Edible Jello Playdough
This edible St. Patrick’s Day Jello playdough is not only fun to play with, but tasty as well. Your kids will love cutting out shamrocks and eating their tasty creations. Head over to Ottawa Mommy Club to get the recipe.
10. Leprechaun Trap
Awesome STEM learning for littles, disguised as a fun St. Patrick’s day craft activity! Kids will love building their own leprechaun trap and this is a great child lead version. Find out more over at Super Mom Hacks.
11. Popsicle Stick Leprechaun Trap
Easy, rainbow-colored Leprechaun Trap is sure to catch that sneaky little guy! Complete with an adorable ladder. Instructions are found over at Kids Activity Zone.
12. Magazine Collage Rainbow
Put all of your old magazines to good use with this fun magazine rainbow collage. The base is made from an old cardboard box so this is one great low-cost craft. Follow this link to find out more.
13. Yarn-Wrapped Shamrock
Such a fun yarn wrapping craft that kids of all ages can enjoy. These shamrocks would make a perfect St. Patrick’s Day decoration for your home, classroom, or even worn as part of a special outfit! Read more about this activity over at Red Ted Art.
14. Popsicle Stick Leprachaun Hat
A fun leprechaun hat made from popsicle sticks and painted green. A craft that kids of all ages are sure to love. Find out more over at Mom Wife Busy Life.
15. Rainbow Suncatcher
Stained glass rainbow suncatcher is a simple and fun craft for toddlers and preschoolers to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and the beginning of spring! Tutorial found over on Mombrite.
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