We love rainbows around here so of course we can’t resist making St Patrick’s Day crafts that incorporate them. In partnership with the brand new line from Elmer’s called Early Learners, we decided to used the glue sticks and glue pen they sent us to do a fun gluing activity. *Disclaimer: I was compensated for . . . . .
Doesn’t this St Patrick’s Day Bath look fun? I want to be a kid again, Lol! After our Gold Coin Hunt, I thought it would be neat to head indoors and continue the fun with a St Patrick’s Day Bath Activity where they had to search for the gold coins under the bubbles…. I mean clouds . . . . .
My kids loved the shamrock smoothie & St Patrick’s Day snacks I made for them! Shamrock Smoothie Ingredients: honeydew melon apple juice orange juice ice Blend all the ingredients together and place in a clear plastic cup with a shamrock drawn on it with permanent marker. Like last year, I made a cute gold coins . . . . .
Our playgroup had a cute St Patrick’s Day get together last week. The kids had a great time making St Patrick’s Day crafts and going on a gold coin hunt. St Patrick’s Day party favors are from Target. See’s Candies 8 oz. St. Patrick’s Day Gold Coins Mini pots are from Party City. The kids . . . . .
Green milk Banana gold coins Green grapes Shamrock toast (painted on with green milk and a q-tip) Check out these fabulous link parties!Stop by This Week’s Cravings for a link party all about green foods!