St. Patrick’s Day Activities for Little Learners

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St. Patrick’s Day is a fun day for all, no matter your age! Leprechauns, rainbows, and wearing green all make this day so fun for little learners. Whether you’re in the classroom, homeschooling, or just wanting to find some fun St. Patrick’s Day activities for little ones, this list is what you’re looking for!

I’ve gathered St. Patrick’s Day activities from some of the best homeschool and classroom bloggers! Check out all of these fun activities to use at home and in your classroom!

STEM Activities

Head on this fun adventure and try to catch the Leprechaun with this coding activity! | Our Family Code

With these fun instructions, your little learners will build a great trap for a Leprechaun! | Mombrite

Snow on St. Patrick’s Day? Find out how to make Leprechaun Snow! | Team Cartwright

Have you tried catching a Leprechaun? Your little learners will love building this trap to find out! | Crafts by Amanda

Or maybe try this Under the Rainbow trap to find more gold! | Fun Money Mom

St. Patrick’s Day Snacks

A snack to catch a Leprechaun sounds so fun with this great book! | Primary Playground

This Leprechaun Chow is a great afternoon snack! | Ideas for the Home

Have you tried growing a rainbow? Well, you can with these yummy rainbow seeds! | Made with Happy

Have fun making (and eating!) these cute Leprechaun hats! | Made with Happy

Crafts for the Classroom

Leprechaun hats for everyone! Such a fun craft! | Meaningful Mama

If you have some extra coffee filters, this leprechaun craft is perfect! | Darcy and Brian

A four leaf clover craft to decorate your learning space! | Meaningful Mama

Popsicle sticks are a must for all classrooms, so no need to have to buy new supplies! Your students will love making this leprechaun hat!| Darcy and Brian

A cute way to decorate your classroom is with these Leprechaun paper plate craft! | Simple Every Day Mom

Along with Leprechauns, decorate your learning space with these paper shamrocks. | Simple Every Day Mom

Your little ones will love creating Leprechauns with their hands to send home to family. | Coffee and Carpool

Hands on Activities

Everyone loves slime! This green, sparkly slime is a fun activity to make either at home or in the classroom! | Design Dazzle

A new take on a fairy garden- a Leprechaun garden! Grab the free printables to make this adorable garden! | Barley and Birch

St. Patrick’s Day sensory bins are great for your toddler children! | Mrs. Jones Creation Station

It’s never a bad time for fun water table activities! Find out how to make the perfect water table for St. Patrick’s Day! | Active Littles

Classroom Activities

Play Party Plan

Send your learners off on this St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt! | Play Party Plan

Head to your Dollar Tree for some sparkly foam sheets to make this fun sight word game! | Mrs. Jones Creation Station

Continue with sight word fun with this fun St. Patrick’s Day sight word printable! | April Golightly

A different spin on a scavenger hunt! Send your learners off with these fun Leprechaun riddles! | Play Party Plan

These leprechaun bookmarks are so cute! Every reader needs this one! | Mombrite

You won’t go wrong with these St. Patrick’s Day activities! Use some now, and tuck some away for another year!

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