St. Patrick's Day Crafts Yahoo!!
It’s March and time to get your green on. Here’s a treasure chest full of St. Patrick's day craft ideas to make your St Patrick's day decorating easy, fun, and festive.
Shamrock Crayon Resist With A Twist
Shamrock crayon resist with a colorful salty twist is so fun.
We all love the crayon resist. It’s simple, fun, and yields great results. Perfect of preschool and up. Traditionally students would take their shamrock and use a crayon to color and then get watercolor set out and paint over to make the crayon markings pop.
But here’s a little fun addition to your projects. Use colored salt to add some more fun and “texture” to the project.
How do you make colored salt?
It’s really easy. Just follow these simple steps.
Vinegar, Liquid Watercolor
Step one put a capful of vinegar and a dab of paint in a zip-top sandwich bag. Squish it around.
Step 2 Add Salt
Add salt and squish it around some more.
Step 3- Let It Dry
Lay the salt out on a tripled up paper towel. Let it dry. Done… Yep, it’s that easy.
Sprinkle On The Crayon Resist
Now you can sprinkle it on your crayon resist…. Humm, I wonder if the colored salt will make the paint turn colors???? Try it and find out.
Your Next Craft- Leprechaun Guy
Here’s your second craft. This Leprechaun is going to turn out great because of the pre-made printables. Copy the beard, head, arms/legs, and shoes onto construction paper. Cut the rest of the pieces and you are ready to assemble.
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Hat, Body, Beard, Face
Here’s how he goes together.
First, make his hat. Then, the body. Cut out the beard and face and attach them to the body.
Legs, Arms, Feet and Face
Cut out and attach the legs, arms, and hand.
He’s starting to look real.
Final cut out his shoes and attach the buckle. Glue it on his legs.
Give your Leprechaun a face. Time to break out the googly eyes for some added fun.
Add his face.
He’s done and ready for display.
Leprechaun Craft And Bonuses
Oh so cute and ready for mischief. Use the leprechaun as decoration or give him the job of holding a creative writing piece.
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Also included are shamrock color/template sheets and a fun chant to practice counting syllables. It’s called the shamrock shuffle.
And If you still need some more fun I have this cute little color sheet for you as well.
This cute little monster is waiting for St. Patrick’s Day.
Decorate with all of these cute St. Patrick’s Day Crafts.
I hope your students love it.