My kids are all about helping me in the kitchen these days. If one wants to help, 3 stools suddenly appear in my kitchen with 3 eager helpers gathering around. Since St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, I thought it’d be fun to have them help me create a fun treat to get excited about the upcoming holiday. This leprechaun bark recipe is really easy.
If you need a dinner idea for your St. Patty’s Day, tonight we have you covered! These scrumptious little baked pastrami sliders definitely are not a authentic Irish meal, but they sure are delicious, so I hope you can forgive their lack of authenticity.
This word search is one of those small activities I like to do with my kids to get them excited for an upcoming holiday. My son has asked me at least once a week if it’s time for him to wear his green yet. He is very worried about all the pinching. This St. Patrick’s Day word search will be a fun activity to do with the kids to not only help them get excited about St. Patrick’s Day, but learn a little something about it as well.
St. Patrick’s Day is this coming Tuesday. Tuesday is a school day for us, and most of you I’m sure. I love to make holiday breakfasts for my boys, but need something quick when the holiday falls on a school day. Today, I have a quick and easy green breakfast you can give your kids before you send them off to school.
Hello again! It’s Jen from PinkWhen back to share another fun printable and craft idea. St. Patrick’s Day is one of my favorite little days to give gifts and treats. There are so many fun ideas to share, and today I thought I would share a St. Patrick’s Day printable that is simple and easy for your little ones to make and share with their friends at school. You could use this free printable for any little gift you’d like for St. Patrick’s Day, so hopefully this idea gets the creative juices flowing. This is so simple to make, just add the printable and it’s all complete.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!! I wanted to share a fun, quick St. Patrick’s Day service project that you can easily do TODAY! I’m always looking for fun ideas that help strengthen our family. This activity is simple, fun and will help promote kindness in your home.
Write each child’s name on a shamrock. Hand them out, making sure no one gets their own name. Give them these simple instructions:
1. Look at the name of the person on your shamrock.
2. Watch them throughout the day and look for something they do that is good.
3. When you see them do something good, write it down on the shamrock.
4. Take the shamrock to mom and get a bag of gold (chocolate coins or any other gold wrapped candy).
5. Deliver the gold and the shamrock to your assigned person.
How is it already the middle of March? I love this time of year! But I feel that way about every new season. I love the anticipation of what’s to come. The warmer weather, the spring flowers, the green grass, and blossoms on the trees. Such a beautiful, refreshing time of year! And, of course, I love the holidays associated with each season as well.
Along with leprechaun traps, we always love a good St. Patrick’s Day game. Last year I shared our Roll-A-Leprechaun game (still a family favorite) here at Or So She Says, and this year I have a printable St. Patrick’s Day tic-tac-toe game for you. I have a valentine tic-tac-toe game that we use at our house, and my four-year-old loves it! So, I thought I’d make a St. Paddy’s Day version in honor of this Irish-inspired holiday.
Do your kids love making those Rainbow Loom rubber band bracelets too?? On a recent little vacation, I solicited the kiddos to make me a St. Patrick’s Day green bracelet, so I could use it in a blog post. I thought it would be so cute as a ‘pinch proof’ gift for the big day. What do you think?? They’re already excited to give them to their friends.
So, without further ado, here’s the completed project and a free printable so your kids can make them too!
I am one of those people who loves to celebrate each holiday to its full capacity! While I don’t go too crazy decorating for St. Patrick’s Day, I do like to wear green and make the traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner on the Irish holiday. I thought it would be fun this year to set the dinner table for our St. Patrick’s Day feast with these simple darling leprechaun hat place card holders. Add some green potted plants for centerpieces and place the leprechaun hats on the plate and you will be good to go.
Happy March Everyone!!!
It’s Gina from Kleinworth & Co again! I’m back today with St. Patrick’s Day on my mind & ready to share one of my favorite Irish recipes. Do you like St. Patrick’s Day? How do you celebrate? My hubs always loves to have corned beef & cabbage. That’s his specialty. But I like to make a little something too – so I whip up these Irish Soda Buttermilk Scones to go on the side. The nice part about them is that they work well as a side to dinner & the leftovers make a great breakfast when paired with jam. These are so incredibly simple to make. No waiting for them to rise & bake time is only 20 minutes. You can literally whip these together while doing your other dinner prep. For breakfast I just heated the leftovers & spread a little Blueberry Freezer Jam on each bite. The kids loved it.
Hello and Happy Tuesday everyone! I am here with you today to share a most simple, modern St. Patrick’s Day wreath that can be done in any size and to match practically any decor. Finish this one up in a flash to deck out your door for St. Patrick’s Day, which is one of my favorite holidays.
I made a pretty small version that is actually being housed on my entry way table. Get a bigger version if you wish and go nuts! To get started, you’ll need some scrap felt, lots of white felt, some rhinestone embellishments, and a wreath form. Keep reading to see how easy it is!
We celebrated St. Patrick’s Day a little early at my house, and it was all for you! I’m not going to make a St. Patty’s meal twice…and I needed some pictures to show you BEFORE the big day. So, that’s love. Remember it, always. The measure of a true friend is someone willing to give […]