Welcome along to Tuesday Tutorials! This week I’ve been getting all excited about Spring finally getting started (didn’t Winter last forever?) and I’m sharing some fun St Patricks Day activities for preschoolers that were linked up last week as well as a couple I found that I couldn’t resist sharing with you!
How sweet is this Pot of Gold Handprint Craft from The Gingerbread House?!
We’re huge fans of play dough and this St Patrick’s Day Playdough Tray from Cutting Tiny Bites looks amazing.
This Pot of Gold Rainbow Shaker from In The Playroom looks like great fun for Preschoolers.
My kids would love this St Patrick’s Day Sensory Bin from Fantastic Fun and Learning.
And finally my experience of Preschoolers is that they are always in need of snacks, so these shamrock ones from Multi Crafting Mummy would be ideal!
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My fellow Tuesday Tutorials hosts have some great round ups from last weeks linky too so do go and check out Rainbow Crafts for Kids at Hodge Podge Crafts, Children’s Crafts Inspired By Nature at The Boy and Me and some Fab Food Posts at ET Speaks From Home.