We love sharing crafts for toddlers and St Patrick’s Day is a really fun day for everyone to enjoy! Make sure that everyone in your family can get involved in the festivities with these easy and fun St Patrick’s Day crafts for toddlers with 15 easy and fun ideas to try this year.
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Easy Craft Ideas
All the St Patrick’s Day crafts for toddlers that I’m sharing today appear in the same order that they appear in the collages below – hopefully making it a little easier for you to find the tutorials for your favourites.
Like the crafts I’m sharing today? Make sure that you bookmark this page or pin an image so that you’ve got them all to hand. As well as the ideas I’m sharing today keep reading for some fantastic St Patrick’s Day books to share with your child and some free playdough mats that would be perfect for St Patrick’s.
Want something super quick to make with your child? Grab our free shamrock template and let them get creative with whatever craft materials you have at home!
St Patrick’s Day Crafts for Toddlers
We’ve shared three easy rainbow crafts for kids that you can make all of which use our free template.
Make some simple washi tape shamrocks.
Make some easy shamrock crafts for kids using our free template.
These paper plate tambourines from Red Ted Art are lovely, I particularly love the rainbow one!
This foil painted shamrock craft is super easy for little hands to make.
Red Ted Art shares some yarn wrapped shamrocks that look lovely.
Younger toddlers might need a hand with this pom pom rainbow craft from Fantastic Fun and Learning but the pom poms and tissue paper are both great craft materials for them to use.
This paper roll rainbow butterfly craft from Non Toy Gifts is super pretty!
This simple rainbow collage craft from Happy Hooligans would be great for St Patrick’s Day celebrations.
We’ve made a lot of suncatcher crafts for kids over the years and as long as you set them up for your child they’re totally do-able for toddlers and a good way to practice fine motor skills! This shamrock one from The Mommy Evolution looks great!
Make a fun shamrock shaker to play with.
Tech your child how the colour green is made with this shamrock colour mixing craft
These marbled shamrocks from Views From A Step Stool look really pretty.
Stamp some clover using peppers with this simple craft from 123 Homeschool 4 Me.
Rhythms of Play’s handprint shamrock craft comes with a free poem printable too.
Create a cute bubble wrap shamrock like this one from Messy Little Monster.
Make some rainbows with potato mashers.
St Patrick’s Day Books for Toddlers
I love any excuse to share a story with my kids and I know that most parents feel the same way! Which of these books would your child enjoy the most?
- The Itsy Bitsy Leprechaun* by Jeffrey Burton
- Happy St Patrick’s Day Curious George* by H. A. Rey
- How To Catch a Leprechaun* by Adam Wallace
St Patrick’s Day Activities for Toddlers
Grab our free Roll A Rainbow playdough game that can help teach about colours and number recognition or for young toddlers just enjoying playing with the dough and stretching it out across the rainbow!
Or how about trying out our Leprechaun emotions St Patrick’s Day playdough mats, another free printable for you!