Saint Patricks Day is always a great time to get crafty with the kids and today we have some fantastic and fun Leprechaun crafts to share with you.
I’ll begin by sharing this super fun Leprechaun Painted Rock which I created last year. There’s a tutorial if you’d like to read how to make it.
Leprechaun Saint Patricks Day Crafts
These crafts are suitable for fun at home, in the nursery setting, preschool and Kindergarten. These Saint Patricks Day Crafts use simple and basic materials such as paper, popsicle sticks and glue.
I really hope you find something fun to create with the kids this Saint Patricks Day!
Leprechaun Crafts For Saint Patricks Day
Paper Bag Leprechaun Puppet from I Heart Crafty Things
Paper bag crafts are super easy and fun to make, and this leprechaun themed puppet is made using just that!
Easy Doily Leprechaun Craft from Crafts on Sea
Don’t have a lot of craft supplies and still want your kiddo engrossed in a fun craft activity? This easy one is a must try!
Leprechaun Handprint Craft from Simple Everyday Mom
Handprint crafts are awesome and so much fun to make, and this leprechaun themed one is great for Saint Patrick’s Day!
Leprechaun Craft from Housing a Forest
And here’s another Saint Patrick’s Day inspired activity you can get your kiddo to try out!
Craft Sticks Leprechaun Hat Craft from The Resourceful Mama
And here’s another fun and frugal Saint Patrick’s Day inspired craft activity you can get your toddler to try!
Wee Little Leprechaun Girl from Playground Park Bench
And here’s a fun mask activity to get your little girl involved in, and is perfect for Saint Patrick’s Day!
Time for a little silliness folks! This photo leprechaun craft is another excellent Saint Patrick’s Day activity that’s perfect for kids!
Easy Toilet Roll Leprechaun Craft from Kids Activities Blog
Hunting for an easy toilet roll craft for your toddler? This leprechaun themed one is just perfect and quick to make too!
St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun with Feelings from J Daniel 4s Mom
Strengthen your kid’s emotional quotient this Saint Patrick’s Day! This leprechaun with changeable feelings ticks all the boxes!
Leprechaun Craft from I Heart Crafty Things
And here’s a super easy paper craft that makes for a great Saint Patrick’s Day activity for your little one!
Leprechaun Paper Puppet from Red Ted Art
And here’s an easy leprechaun themed paper puppet that’s again, super fun and easy for your toddler to make.
Leprechaun Paper Bag Puppet from About a Mom
Looking for a simple activity to get your toddler engrossed in? This easy paper bag puppet is a great activity to try out!
Easy Preschool Cutting Craft from Toddler Approved
Trying to get your toddler to sharpen his basic cutting skills? This easy preschool craft does just that and more! And best of all, it is themed around Saint Patrick’s Day too!
Yogurt Pot Leprechaun Craft from Crafts on Sea
Time to put those empty yogurt pots to use! Turn them into these fun little leprechauns with this easy craft activity!
Leprechaun Handprint from The Best Ideas for Kids
And here’s another handprint craft that you can get your toddler to try. It is super simple and you’ll need just a few supplies to get started.
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And here’s yet another take on a simple handprint activity for kids! Turn them into this cool looking shamrock!
Looking for a simple, no fuss Saint Patrick’s Day activity for your toddler? With this fun printable, you’re pretty much sorted.
And of course, don’t miss out on your chance to create some sweet treats for Saint Patrick’s Day! These Shamrock cookies are so incredibly easy to make too!
And since we’re already talking about sweet treats, here’s another themed one you would definitely want to try out!
About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!