St. Patrick’s Day is so great. You get to wear green, there are parades, there is much celebrating and you’re five times more likely to catch a leprechaun on St. Patrick’s Day than on any other day throughout the year according to a study done by the International Gold Finders Association and published in Totally Not Made Up Science Weekly.
We all know that adults like to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with quiet and dignified reflection about St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland and the man credited with bringing Christianity to Ireland.
But, how can kids celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?
We, of course, suggest building fun St. Patrick’s Day stuff with Click-A-Brick. The Rainforest Rascals set has many green blocks you can use and we all know you’ll need green for making St. Pattie’s Day stuff.
Here are five places where you can find hundreds of St. Patrick’s Day ideas for kids:
1. DLTK’s Crafts for Kids
DLTK’s Crafts for Kids has many links to St. Patrick’s Day crafts, coloring sheets, games, recipes and worksheets.
2. Activity Village
Activity Village also has crafts and coloring sheets, as well as fuse bead patterns and worksheets.
3. Family Education
Family Education has a whole host of activities and games, as well as a St. Patrick’s Day Party Planner you can use to have your very own celebration.
4. Playdough to Plato
Playdough to Plato has various PDFs you can download filled with activities crafts, literacy activities, math activities and science activities to keep your St. Patrick’s Day educational.
5. No Time for Flash Cards
No Time for Flash Cards gives you 15 easy St. Patrick’s Day activities meant to help kids develop and learn as they have fun.
With hundreds of activities to choose from, you can make this St. Patrick’s Day fun, educational, inspiring and fun … wait, did we say fun already?
And if you are looking for something that will help children continually develop and learn as they have fun, Click-A-Bricks are great for that!