Growing up we didn't celebrate St. Patrick's Day very much.  I might of worn a green to school but that was about it. I think we are about  1% Irish. as far as I know.:) March is a very big month in our house, we have 2 Birthday's, with spring coming in March it just make sense that we celebrate St. Patrick's Day! Truth be told I don't need much of an excuse to celebrate. A few years ago I used a free printable for a St. Patrick's Day breakfast for the kids and they LOVED it!   Of course now I am always on the look out for the best ideas for St. Patrick's Day!

Pack a green lunch and include one of these St. Patrick's Day Lunch Notes from Chickabug, they will sure to be a hit at the lunch table!

Both my kids love playing Hide and Seek and searching for anything that might have a reward at the end. This fun Treasure hunt from OOPSEY Daisy ends with a  pot of gold and goodies at the end!

 

These two fun rainbow activites with free Printables from Spot Of Tea Designs are perfect for toddlers. This would be the perfect St. Patrick's Day playdate activity!

My almost 8 year old is just starting to get into making Cootie Catchers. When I came across this free St. Patrick's Day Cootie Catcher printable from Birds Party, I knew it would be a hit with her classmates!

A little green food dye can turn an ordinary breakfast it too an fun St. Patrick's Day one that both the young and the old can enjoy! The these ideas from The Crafted Sparrow.

This free printable from Sweet Little Peanut will allow your kids to create rainbow art easily with cotton balls and fruit loops!

We absolutely adore these adorable Money Cakes from Oh Happy Day! If it involves chocolate coins we are in!

A fun way for your kids to show their St. Patrick's Day spirit is by creating green rainbow loom bracelets for their friends and to insure they will not be pinched with the free printables from Paging Supermom!

Add some green to cupcakes, Straws or whatever it is your will be using on St. Patrick's Day with these printable Shamrocks for Lia Griffith.

Celebrate in style with these DIY St. Patrick's Day Poppers from Studio DIY.

You cannot forget to set up a trap for that sneaky Leprechaun! We love this easy idea from Moms and Munchkins.

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day has become a fun tradition in our house. The kids look forward to setting up a trap for that sneaky little Leprechaun and finding gold coins throughout the house!

How do you celebrate St. Patrick's Day with your family?

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