If you don’t find a real pot of gold at the end of the rainbow this year, perhaps these marshmallow pops can be a close second. Chocolate and marshmallows are made even better by the crunch of Kix “gold” at top. To make pot of gold marshmallow pops: You will need:* Marshmallows Kitchen scissors Lollipop […]
This fun fortune teller game is commonly known as a cootie catcher. The child holding the cootie catcher is the fortune teller and other children play the game by picking numbers and/or letters when asked. In this fortune teller game, children pick a number and then have the choice of choosing a color or a […]
Have some magical fun with your kids this St. Patrick’s Day and build a Leprechaun Trap! According folklore, leprechauns are small, but very, very fast! In fact, catching one is challenging, but if you are able to catch one they are obligated to be honest with you. So to find out where the leprechaun has hidden […]
Four-leaf clovers are said to be lucky – and so is the kid that will get to eat this snack! This delicious clover is also really simple to make and uses only 2 ingredients – lucky you too! What You’ll Need Ingredients: 1 slice of honeydew melon 1 handful of Honey Kix Cereal Tools: 1 […]
Need St. Patrick’s Day crafts for a kid’s holiday party? If they like clovers and leprechauns, then these fun activities are gold at the end of the rainbow!
Spread cheer and good luck to those around you, and hand out some rainbows-in-a-jar. You can easily make your own sand art with baby food jars, table salt and food coloring. Top the jars with a pot o’ gold lid and these colorful good luck charms will bring smiles this St. Patrick’s Day. While the […]
Need a quick St. Patrick’s Day craft with little mess? This fun hat is easy to make from a paper plate and some construction paper. An alternative would be to color the paper plate with markers or crayons, eliminating the use of the glue stick and paper. Either way it’s fun, easy and fast! You […]
Leprechauns are known for causing mischief and hiding their gold coins in a pot at the end of a rainbow. Leprechauns have also become a customary part of the Irish holiday, St. Patrick’s Day, which commemorates the most recognized patron saint of Ireland. Here’s a leprechaun craft that will make St. Patrick’s Day a fun […]