St. Patrick ’s Day is a fun holiday not only because of the green beer, but kids love sporting the green too. Kids look forward to every holiday and with St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner it’s time to start planning those fun activities to do with your kids too. What’s St. Patrick’s Day activities for kids do you have planned out?
We already know that St. Patrick’s Day is known for pots of gold, rainbows Ireland, and GREEN. Don’t’ get caught without it, you might get an unpleasant pinch. This St. Patrick’s Day you can celebrate with your kids by doing a few of these activates. Here’s a three great St. Patrick’s Day activities for kids that adults will have fun with too.
Hunt for Gold
Treasure hunts are fun, this time search for gold. There’s some awesome St Patrick’s Day candy that’s wrapped like cold coins that you can purchase. Head to your local dollar store and see what fun St Patrick’s Day items they have, everything fun when there’s a treasure hunt involved. Plus, it’s a great activity to help wear the kids out a little too.
This is an activity we always have fun with. Whether you simply paint a four-leaf clover on their face or go all out with pots of gold and rainbows. Face painting is a lot of fun. You can even get the older kids involve and have a contest, letting them use the younger kid faces to paint. Chances are all the kids will have a blast with this one.
There’s nothing more fun than decorating with your kids. This can not only be fun, but a great way to bond with your children, it’s a great way to show your children you love them. Being a parent it’s important to find ways to have fun with your children and bond at the same time. Talking while your decorating, agreeing on ideas, being creative and maybe letting loose and getting a little crazy. It’s fun and can be a wonderful way to bond with your children.
Have your children help you with the cooking, baking and decorating. Another fun activity for kids, and wonderful way for parents to bond and spend quality time talking with their children. If your children are younger, allowing them to help you cook is always such a rewarding experiences for kids. Kids have an active imagination so while you’re decorating your St. Patrick’s Day Chocolate Cupcakes ask them for fun ideas to decorate them with.
These are just a few activities you can do with your children on St Patrick’s Day. There’s so many activities, use your imagination and get your children involved in the planning process. There’s nothing more fun or more important than quality time with the kids.
What activates do you have planned with the kids on St. Patrick’s Day?