Easy St. Patrick's Day Activities for Kids

6 Easy St. Patrick’s Day Activities for Kids

One of the perks of parenting is to infuse some kid-friendly fun into the holidays. Since a lot of us are snowed in this week anyway, why not spend a little family time getting creative? We’ve rounded up some easy ideas here (because we love easy) and you can find a bunch more on our St. Patrick’s Day Pinterest board. Click through for details on each of the projects.

6 Easy St. Patrick's Day Activities for Kids

Rainbow Heart Clovers – As For Me and My Homestead

St. Patrick's Day Kids Activities

All you need is construction paper and a stapler. Win!


Sweet “Potatoes” – Donuts, Dresses and Dirt

St. Patrick's Day Activities for Kids

An easy, sweet snack that looks just like miniature potatoes!


Leprechaun Face – The Multitasking Mom

Leprechaun Craft

Create a cute leprechaun face out of materials you probably already have around the house.


Four-Leaf Clover – Coffee With Us 3

Four Leaf Clover Craft

Paper towel roll + a little imagination = a 4 leaf clover with open-ended possibilities!


St. Patrick’s Day Word Search – Jinxy Kids

St. Patrick's Day Word SearchStretch those brain muscles with a fun printable word search!


Plant Some Peas – Dr. Susan Rubin

Plant Peas on St. Patrick's Day

The ground may be covered with snow, but St. Patrick’s Day is the traditional day to plant peas and the seeds are able to withstand the March weather. Check out this video from The Old Farmer’s Almanac for an easy way to plant peas without getting your hands dirty (even when surrounded by snow.)

Does your family have a favorite St. Patrick’s Day activity or tradition? Comment below to share!



Sarah Coppola

Sarah Coppola is a wife, mom of three, Hudson Valley native and adventure-seeker. She founded Family Friendly Hudson Valley to discover and share all the great stuff for families found in our own backyard.

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