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St. Patrick's Day Activities: Easy & Fun Crafts & Games

Are you looking for some fun St. Patrick’s Day Activities? Help you and your kids get into the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day on Tuesday, March 17th. We have found a few of our favorite games, crafts and more for you to enjoy. They are super easy and super fun! You will be having so much fun with these great activities!

Keep reading after the jump to find out more about our favorite activities!

Games:
Pin The Shamrock on the Leprechaun
Supplies:
Big picture of a Leprechaun
A green shamrock, for each child, with adhesive on back and their name on the front
Blindfold
How To Play: Blindfold the player, spin ‘em around and let them try to stick the shamrock where it’s supposed to go. Give a prize for the player that gets the closest.

Pot of Gold Toss
Supplies:
Large cardboard pot. Good size hole cut-out in center of pot, or a few small holes for older kids.
Gold circular bean bags (gold coins)
Bucket to hold bean bags
Tape to mark distance line
How To Play:
Place cardboard pot a little distance from a wall with a paper box lid on floor to catch chocolate bean bags. Mark your distance line according to age and skill of children. Line children up behind the line and place a bucket of gold coin bean bags beside them. Give each child three tries to get their bean bag through the hole. Get all three gold coin bean bags in and earn a ‘chocolate’ coin reward. Consider our pot of gold game as a fun alternative for smaller groups.

Crafts:


little leprechaun hat favors, by Austen Gilliland: Image Credit, Canadian Living

To Make them go here!

Toilet Paper Roll Leprechaun, Image Credit, Moments Of Mommyhood

To find out how to make it go here!

For more St. Patrick’s Day Crafts go here!

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