Monday, March 3, 2014

St. Patrick's Day Activities



St. Patrick's Day is coming up!  Here is a Round Up of all the fun activities Rockabye Butterfly have done, hopefully giving you more ideas for this green lucky occasion!

Just click on the picture (or the hyperlink) on the activity you want, it will lead you to the post where all the instructions and photos are for that activity!


Shamrock printable link and rhymes for your Felt Board, and lots of ideas for St. Patrick's Day file folder games.

          



Stain Glass Shamrock craft and a tutorial on how to make Rainbow Rice for a sensory bin or a craft!

  



A recipe on how to make Rainbow Cupcakes and a How-To for Shamrock Pancakes for a green Shamrock muffin tin lunch!

 



Using heart cookie cutters to make clover paint prints and a Celtic cross craft!

           



Making a Rainbow with paint chip cards and a Recipe for homemade Green Kool-Aid Play Dough!

          


A Rainbow made out of coloured Hand Prints and a tutorial on how to make Rainbow Pancakes!





Melted Crayon Rainbow Art and a step by step guide on how to make Rainbow dry Noodles for Necklaces!







A Rainbow Xylophone and a Popsicle Rainbow Craft!

 




Letter R for Rainbow, this post has lots of rainbow learning activities and a link to get all the printables!

          


Practising the colours of the rainbow with lots of hands-on learning activities!








Using a shamrock cookie cutter to make painted prints and Making a Shamrock Wall Hanging with tissue paper!

          


Baking Rainbow Cookies and another fun St. Patrick's muffin tin lunch!

         


Making a Green Sand Art Shamrock and Sewing a Felt Shamrock decoration!

         


And don't forget to get download your FREE Hand-drawn Printables!!!
Click here for a post and the link to my St. Patrick's Day Printable set!!



Recently Butterfly and I have been playing this St. Patrick's Grid Game which you can download HERE.

Roll the giant dice, the amount on the die is the amount of green bingo chips (or any marker) the child puts on the leprechauns until the whole board is filled.  Learning left to right and row by row. This counting activity can be played alone or with a friend(s) by taking turns!  I like that in the Grid Games no one is a winner or loser, all team mates have the same goal- to fill the board!



Here is our St. Patricks Pinterest Board  that has more ideas!  Come follow us! :)


Happy St. Patrick's Day!



1 comment:

  1. Nice post! I love St. Patrick's Day and I feel the excitement of kids during this time of the year. There are lots of activities that can be done using clover leaf and green materials. I'm glad you shared some ideas that for sure, many of your readers will find useful when St. Patrick's day comes.

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