ST PATRICK’S DAY CRAFTS! These 10 St. Patrick’ Day crafts are great for all ages. Includes several St. Patrick’s day writing prompts and numerous art activities. Includes leprechaun, rainbow and four-leaf clover crafts. Perfect for St. Patrick’s Day bulletin boards or classroom displays. Activities include both black and white and color versions.
St. Patricks’ Day Crafts include:
1.) Clover Mosaic- students cut squares of green tissue paper or construction paper to template to create four-leaf clover mosaic. Great for window display or bulletin boards.
2.) Lucky Handprint- Great for St. Patrick’s Day gift- student paint their handprint into shape of four-leaf clover
3.) Leprechaun face handprint- students use their hands to create a leprechaun handprint. Great for portfolios or to give as a gift.
4.) Rainbow- students use fruit loop cereal to glue into shape of a rainbow to create a piece of rainbow art.
5.) Rainbow-students glue a rainbow to a pot of gold and write about what’s worth more to them than gold.
6.) Leprechaun hunt- my students’ favorite activity- students go on a hunt for that sneaky leprechaun. While they are hunting, he sneaks into the room and leaves them this note.
7.) Leprechaun writing and photo- students color and cut out leprechaun template and attach a photo of themselves to it. Students then write about what they would do if they were a leprechaun.
8.) Leprechaun hat- (b/w and color version available)- students cut out and create a leprechaun hate to wear on St. Patrick’s day
9.) Rainbow fingerprint art- students use their fingerprint to paint a rainbow. Great for bulletin boards or gifts. Instead of fingerprints, paintbrushes could also be used.
10.) Paper chain rainbow- similar to the Pot of Gold rainbow activity- students create a paper chain rainbow and attach a pot of gold to the end of the rainbow and write about what’s worth more to them than gold.