St. Patty’s Day will be here in less than a week but you still have time to do a few St. Patrick’s Day Crafts with your kids.
The first one is very simple. We cut hearts out of green scrapbook paper by using folded method of cutting hearts. (Fold a piece of paper in half and cut out half of a heart shape leaving the crease in the middle of the heart). The crease being there makes the perfect shape for a 4 leaf clover. Now Make all the points of the heart touch and glue down the right side of the heart only.
Add a green stem with a crayon and you’re done. It’s a simple but cute 4 leaf clover. It’s also great for teaching fractions to kids since you fold the hearts in half and there are 4 equal parts to the whole clover.
Next is Potato printing in a shamrock shape.
Step by step instructions for that post can be found here.
And now you have two great St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids.
Simple and easy, just how we like things around here.
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