Wow! Is it just me or are we whizzing through 2016? Can you believe it’s almost March? This year one of my goals was to be more conscious about how I spend my money, and for me that translates into not doing as much on the weekends, or rather doing free stuff instead. With my husband always traveling I used to fill the weekends with lots of adventures, but that not only exhausts us all, it tend to lead to extra unplanned spending. The truth is what they usually love the most is always free, and that’s spending time together.
Playing dress up for hours at home! Adventures of Giraffe-Man and Spider-Man.
I’m just trying to enjoy my time with my young boys and keeping our adventures more low key. Thankfully both my boy really enjoy spending the morning at the park or going on a hike, and then doing some crafts on the weekends so I have been taking advantage of that.
K&D Playing together at the park.
With St. Patrick’s Day coming up I thought it would be fun to share some really fun kid activities for St. Patrick’s day! This year my 3 year old is at the perfect age to make is own rainbow shamrock craft, but here is a list of some other great kid activities too!
20 Fun Kid Activities for St. Patrick’s Day
- St. Patrick’s Day Bucket O’ Gold Candy Candy from Organized 31
- Leprechaun Paper Bag Puppet from Gluesticks & Gumdrops
- Lucky Yarn Decoupage Vase from Mod Podge Rocks
- Fruit Rainbow Angel Food Cake Food Art from Baby Loving Mama
- DIY St. Patrick’s Day Garland from The Homespun Hydrangea
- Leprechaun Paper Plate Face Mask from ABC Creative Learning
- Easy Shamrock Canvas Art from We Know Stuff
- Rainbow Slime with Borax from Momdot
- Rainbow Rice for Sensory Bins from Mom Spotted
- Ultimate St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt from The Dating Divas
- Leprechaun Baking Soda Science Coin Hunt from Little Bins for Little Hands
- Fine Motor Rainbow: 3D Spring Art for Young Children from One Time Through
- DIY Erupting Rainbow Experiment from She Knows
- St. Patrick’s Day Lego Challenge from No Time for Flash Cards
- Leprechaun Trap Ideas from Buggy and Buddy
- Rainbow Yarn Wrapping from Cutting Tiny Bites
- St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Pancakes from Kitchen Fun with My 3 Sons
- Rainbow Toast with Edible Milk Paint from Learn Play Imagine
- Rainbow Paper Weaving Kids Craft from You Brew My Tea
- St. Patrick’s Day Sensory Bin from Gluesticks & Gumdrops
I’m thinking of doing the sensory bin this weekend. I think both my sensory boys would love that. What about you?
Which activities for St. Patrick’s Day do you think you family would enjoy?
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