Every holiday is a chance to have fun and celebrate with your kids. Here are some fun tips on How To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day With Your Kids. From the moment they wake up until time to go to bed, they will love being little leprechauns in your house!
Decorate their bedroom door. Before your kids get up on St. Patrick’s Day, decorate their bedroom door with green or rainbow colored streamers. This is a fun way for them to wake up and know it is a special day.
Serve green pancakes and milk. For breakfast, do something fun like putting a few drops of green food coloring into milk or pancake batter to serve a green-themed breakfast. Even a dash of green sugar on their toast is a fun way to dress up breakfast in a fun themed way.
Send a rainbow lunch. Pack their lunch with the colors of the rainbow. Red grapes, green kiwi, orange cheese, and other fun simple snacks that represent the colors of the rainbow. This is a great fun way to give them a fun bento style lunch they will love.
Go on a scavenger hunt for the pot of gold. Hide a small black kettle with gold chocolate coins in your home. Create fun clues to send your kids on a scavenger hunt for the pot of gold. This can be a great way to get them excited about St. Patrick’s Day and being your own leprechaun.
Attend local parades or celebrations. There are often fun holiday celebrations that are family friendly. Check your local community calendar for events at kids museums, local restaurants or other community event centers.
Serve rainbow cookies or cake with dinner. There are tons of ways to make rainbow colored desserts. Layered gelatin, rainbow cakes, cookies or even puddings are all fun and easy to make. This is a great way to end your special day in a fun way.
One of the best parts of parenting comes with sharing fun celebrations with your kids. Use our basic tips on how to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with your kids this year to create lasting memories. They will love that you have gone out of your way to create a fun day for them.
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