St Patrick’s Day Activities

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Enchanted Learning: St. Patrick’s Day – Activities and crafts for children to make and do.

DLTK: St Patrick’s Day – Crafts and Activities for all ages. Check out the other St. Patrick’s Day links area located on the bottom of the page.

First School: St. Patrick’s Day Activities – Activities and crafts for children 2-5 How Do You Catch A Leprechaun? –’s Sherri Osborn has a fun way to celebrate St. Patty’s Day…. Build a leprechaun trap! Scroll down for more St. Patrick’s Day links.

Funschooling & Recreational Learning: Fun Putty – How to make fun putty and fun things to do with it.
Across The Curriculum

Lesson Plans Page: St. Patrick’s Day – Lessons that reach across the curriculum

Ethemes: St. Patrick’s Day – Theme Unit for grades 1-6

Universal Preschool: St. Patrick’s Day – Fun activities you can do with your preschooler, written by: Diane Flynn Keith

Homefires: St. Patty’s Day Activities: Rainbows, Shamrocks and Leprechauns – For young children up to grade 3. Theme related article.

eThemes: Holiday: St. Patrick’s Day – From the site: These sites about St. Patrick’s Day include games, crafts, poems, e-cards, and clip art. Learn about the history of this holiday. Tune into a Webcam on March 17 to spy on a leprechaun. Play online games or print out word searches and coloring pages. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on Ireland.

Funschooling & Recreational LearningIreland – Resources include: Links to Geographical, historical, and cultural information. Videos have been included as well.

Funschooling & Recreational Learning: Cabbage – Cabbage experiment suggestions, recipe for homemade coleslaw, links to cabbage information.


I hope you’ll take the time to check out my St. Patrick’s Day playlist on YouTube. It offers videos about the history of St. Patrick’s Day and craft ideas related to the holiday!

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