Friday, March 13, 2015

Yer Always After Me Lucky Charms!

St. Patrick's Day is right around the corner and there are so many fun activities you can do with your kids to celebrate! 
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Green Pepper 4-Leaf Clovers!


What you'll need:
  • green pepper
  • green paint
  • paint brush
  • paper
While you're making these fun designs, you can share the legend of the 4-leaf clover with your kids! They might find it interesting to know that the 4 leaves represent Hope, Love, Faith, and Luck!
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Edible Rainbow!

What you'll need:
  • Fruit Loop Cereal, Skittles, or M&Ms
  • Cotton balls
  • Paper
  • White glue
Learn about the legend of how leprechauns keep their pots of gold at the end of rainbows. If you're good they may share their gold with you!
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Paint the Rainbow!

What you'll need
  • Watercolor or acrylic paints
  • paintbrush
  • paper
You can even help your kids paint a pot of gold at one end of the rainbow! Just be creative.  

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If you have older kids...

Print out fun Crossword puzzles and Word Searches at this website.


Check out our Pinterest Board for even more St. Patrick's Day ideas!
And don't forget to wear GREEN!

What are some of your family's St. Patrick's Day traditions?


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