I used a Bulletin Board, Plain white envelopes paper clovers, push pins and a black sharpie. Inside of each envelopes is written on a small peice of paper and activity that we get to do! celebrating all of the small holidays can get expensive, so i tried to keep the projects simple and inexpensive.
Here are the activities that I came up with:
- Paint fingernails/Toe nails Green
- Go to the Library to get st. Patricks day books and Movies
- Play with green Playdough
- Pot of Gold Project
- Rainbow Project with fruit loops
- Write a Lucky letter to someone
- Iam Lucky to have.......Project
- Make sugar cookies with Green frosting
- Learn a Magic Trick!
- Make a St. Patricks day gift for Teachers
- Go to the bookmobile on St. Pattys Day and take Mrs. Ginny a St. Pattys Day suprise
- Make a Leprachaun trap
- Learn about the Shamrock Plant
- Make an Origami
- Make a BubbleGum Necklace
- Color a St. Pattys Day picture!
- Wear something with green on it! Eat a fun Breakfast and Dinner!
Here is the Rainbow Project with Fruit Loops
- I drew the rainbow with diferent colors of markers, so my 2 yr. old would be able to follow the pattern, but my 6 yr. old loved it as well.
- I also took a muffin pan and seperated the cereal into different colors. then they could work off both sides of the pan.
Play dough project.
I found these cut little playdough sets for only $1. They came with spoons, pretend cones, cups and playdough. I put down that we played with GREEN Playdough, but we actually used all of the colors in the end!
- Bugs even wanted to lick her little ice cream creation.
- I thought doodles looked Super Yummy!
We are Lucky to have........Project.
- We thought of all the things that we are LUCKY to have and wrote them down and hung them on the Refrigerator.
- Doodles and Bugs Decided who they wanted to write a letter to. They both chose one of their closest friends!
- Here's the Origami project.
- I found a couple awesome Origami books for only 50 CENTS.
- This project was way fun, I hope to learn to make!
Lucky Letter to someone!
Make an Oragami