Rainbows, Pots of Gold, Shamrocks, and more. These are all our old favorite lucky St.Patrick’s Day crafts for toddlers. I often get asked if I ever repeat crafts and I do absolutely, especially holiday ones. We played with the sensory tub featured here all year long! Remember, kids aren’t as stuck to a calendar as we are, so embrace it when they suggest a Christmas craft in February or make snowflakes in June. Often times kids like to make holiday crafts after they have experienced the holiday. Whether it’s March and time for the wearin’ o’ the green or if you’re looking at these St.Patrick’s Day crafts for toddlers in the middle of September, you’re sure to have a great time!
St.Patrick’s Day Crafts for Toddlers
Do you have some of your own favorite St.Patrick’s Day crafts for toddlers? Be sure to tell us in the comments! And if you try any of these, share a pic and tag us on Instagram!
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I made the Shamrock Garland last year with my then almost 2 year old and when I pulled it out this year my little guy remembered it 🙂 Thanks for all your great ideas!!!
Rainbows are always my favorite this time of year! I just love all the bright colors!
That Lepruchan beard is just too cha cha for words.