Maybe it’s the Irish in me. St. Patrick’s Day always gets me excited. I love the idea of Leprechauns and pots of gold and the rainbows that spring brings. So when I’m preparing for the day, I do my best to find fun things for us to do as a family.
Need some ideas?
I got you. Yeah yeah.
St. Patrick’s Day Activities
There’s stuff here for all ages! I mean, I can’t even.
If you have toddlers, you definitely need to check out this super fun stuff:
Simple St. Patrick’s Day Read + Make for Toddlers – My Storytime Corner
Looking for picture books to share? Here are plenty:
Books for St. Patick’s Day – Bambini Travel
If you’re wondering why you should pick some of those books, check out why Happy Teacher Mama loves read-alouds:
Why I love Read-Alouds and You Should, Too – Happy Teacher Mama
Then head over and catch Building Sentences (March Edition) on her Teachers Pay Teachers page!
Such cool Science stuff! Because who doesn’t love fizz?
Fizzy St. Patrick’s Day Science – Living Life and Learning
Lots of rainbow activities here!
Learning About Rainbows with Roy G Biv the Leprechaun! – Babies to Bookworms
This project is great for older kids!
Easy DIY Shamrock With Fringe – Homebound but Hopeful
Finally, for science and crafts and more all in one place,
Story Time: There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover – Lit Mama Homeschool
For another cool rainbow idea, check out this post that shows you how to make a rainbow mountain!
Roy G Biv (or How to Make a Rainbow Mountain – Lit Mama Homeschool
What to Read Wednesday
Before we get started this week, I need to let you know that this is my last week as host of this amazing blog hop. You’ll still find me linking up and enjoying all your posts, but unfortunately I am at a place in life where I have to move on. I have enjoyed your posts and comments immensely and hope you will still link up with one of my co-hosts. Thanks for letting me be part of your world.
The most popular post from last week was:
And now for the link up!
Our hosts will still share a themed selection of our favorite books each week.
If you’d like to join us as a co-host for What to Read Wednesday, please contact Anne.
This list has our book themes, but you don’t have to stick to that to link up–any family-friendly posts are welcome. So, come on! Join in the fun!
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