These toddler St. Patrick’s Day crafts will help you keep your kids entertained and happy while celebrating this fun Irish holiday!
I love doing holiday theme crafts for my son as often as possible. Not only does it shake things up from the normal play-doh and trains playtime activities, but most of the time, the activities are easy to gather supplies for and get started on the spur of the moment!
I like to think this makes me seem like a cool mom who has it all together… or something like that. Ha!
Toddler St. Patrick’s Day Crafts
But whether or not my son think that I’m on top of things, we always have fun! And these St. Patrick’s Day crafts are no exception! Many of them can be made with supplies you likely already have on hand.
There are coloring activities, painting crafts, and even several sensory experiences – all under the St. Patrick’s Day theme!
When you find something you love on this list, just click the photo to view the full craft! Enjoy!
Irish Blessing Rainbow Coloring Page
The Irish Proverb at the bottom is a sweet blessing for any child!Craft by: Mom Life Made Easy
Pot of Gold & Rainbow Paper Chains
Free printable coloring page that, once cut out, forms a sweet St. Patrick’s Day craft any toddler can do!Craft by: Jinxy Kids
Shamrock Sun Catcher
This St. Patrick’s Day craft is perfect for using up a lot of time! Especially if you let your toddler tear the paper themselves!Craft by: SOURCE
Cereal Rainbow Craft
And if they eat a few pieces of cereal, no big deal!Craft by: Growing a Jeweled Rose
Rainbow Sensory Activity
With just some cheap spaghetti and a few drops of food dye, these rainbow noodles will provide extended fun for your toddler!Craft by: Growing a Jeweled Rose
Rainbow Gelatin Edible Sensory Activity for Toddlers
And when they are done playing, they can eat it! Win!Craft by: No Time for Flash Cards
Paper Plate Watercolor Rainbow Craft
This is a great craft that doesn’t require the child to be able to form an arc for the rainbow. Just pain the whole plate in rings, then cut it in half! Genius!Craft by: Make and Takes
I don’t know about your kids, but mine could play with slime ALL day! This St. Patrick’s Day slime is perfect for an easy, attention grabbing craft!Craft by: As The Bunny Hops
Leprechaun Paper Plate Mask
Oh my gosh, can you image the pictures you’ll get as a result of this leprechaun craft?! Basically my son looks just like my brother in this mask, because my brother is a big, stocky Irishman with a large red beard! Ha!Craft by: Simply Today Life
Rainbow Pipecleaner Fine Motor Activity
You could also do this with some cardboard. Just pull the pipecleaner through a little more when they are done placing it and make a little knot to hold it in its hole!Craft by: One Time Through
Pot of Gold Slime
If you want a fun slime without all the little mix-in pieces of the last one, then this is the St. Patrick’s Day slime for you! So fun!Craft by: Mom Dot