St. Patrick’s Day can be a lot of fun. Not only are you supposed to wear green on March 17th but there are a lot of other fun things you can do and learn about:
PARTY [fun learning] TIME!
For our party, we started with Coffee Filter Clovers…
The first steps we so easy, even the toddlers could participate – scribble blue and yellow on coffee filters. Next, spray them with water and let them dry. (This is a fantastic project showing early learners how two colors on the color wheel are combined to make a new color.)
Afterwards, you can easily trim the filters and assemble the into clovers.
Our next project was Wee Little Shamrock Men...
This was too cute to pass up! Recycle – you can use any supplies that you have around. I almost threw away old shelf liner but decided to hold on to it just in case. Well, it is green so we used it to decorate our shamrock men.
The little three year old really got into the project and decided to add hair!!! LOVE it and I love that it was a young children that was so creative all on her own. Now go get creative and plan your own St. Patrick’s Day events!! Here is a St. Patrick’s Day CLIP (Creative Learning in a Pinch) to help.