Mar 8, 2019

Must Try Crafts Toddlers Will Love To Make For St. Patrick's Day






Busy parents need complicated crafts for their kids like they need another parent-teacher conference (I am sorry to all teachers out there, just kidding!)

Really, I have nothing but love for kid's crafts, really!! It is just that I have a special place in my heart for easy kid-friendly crafts. Especially for busy mamas of toddlers and preschoolers.

So sticking with the theme of EASY, here are some of the cutest sweetest St. Patrick's Day crafts for toddlers that are EASY to make and will provide lots of laughs, giggles, and smiles for everyone!

P.S. There is also one Lego-themed St. Patrick's Day activity that older kids will probably enjoy as well!



Paper Plate Rainbow Craft







Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with this easy rainbow craft made with bright colorful streamers that is sure to make St.Patrick's day fun for kids of all ages. Plus, it is a perfect way for kids to celebrate spring. Hang this masterpiece in a nice sunny window to enjoy the sun rays all spring long.

Get the directions at Messy Little Monster




St. Patrick's Day Shamrock Craft (Super Cute)









Toddlers and preschoolers will love making these cute shamrock puppets for St. Patrick's Day, and it is such an easy fun craft that does not need a ton of supplies, parents are going to love it too!! All you really need to get for this kid's craft are popsicle sticks, felt, pipe cleaners, and googly eyes.

Get the directions at Typically Simple




St. Patrick's Day Lego Fun




St.Patrick's Day Lego Challenge


So this idea falls more in line with fun St. Patrick's Day activities for kids than a craft, per se, but I really like this idea. And bigger kids, get to find out how to trap a Leprechaun using Legos!

Get the Directions for the St. Patrick's Day Lego Challenge at No Time For Flashcards.




St. Patrick's Day Sensory Play Fun For Toddlers 





Using Lucky Charms Cereal for Sensory Play at B-Inspired Mama



Using cereal for sensory play for toddlers and preschoolers this St. Patrick's Day is a brilliant idea! And who does not love the idea of incorporating a bowl of Lucky Charms into their St. Patrick's Day fun? Get the details for creating your own sensory bin using cereal over at b-Inspired Mama!




Over The Rainbow Craft Using Cereal










Let your mini Picassos create their own St. Patty's Day rainbow using Fruit Loop cereal and cotton balls. I love this cute kid's craft idea from Amy Latta Creations!




Check Out This Easy Painted Rocks Craft For Kids For More St. Patrick's Day Fun.





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