Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Sadly, we're facing another year without a Patrick's Day parade BUT that doesn't mean we still can't celebrate at home and in style, while we all continue to play our part in keeping each other safe and healthy!
And we've got just the thing to help with that in the form of, you guessed it—the lovely Mary from Give Up Yer Aul Sins—and her humourous retelling of the story of Saint Patrick!
And that's not all! You might already know that we've got a penchant for creative crafting, and what better way to celebrate the day at home than to dabble in some festive crafting fun with your little ones? We've curated a list of activities via PBS Kids, that we think will help inspire you, so grab your best green paper, pipecleaners and sparkly glitter and let's get going!
St. Patrick's Day Clover Pins
Make an easy, DIY lucky clover pin for St. Patrick's Day—the perfect solution for those who forget to wear green!
St. Patrick's Day Badges
And how about some super sweet looking badges? With just a sheet of paper, a few pieces of cardboard and a safety pin, your little one can rock their very own artistic style for St. Patrick's Day!
Paper leprechaun hats make for festive party decor for St. Patrick's Day and can be made using simple paper, glue and a little glitter for that extra sparkle!
Leprechaun Water Bottle Bowling
Go “green” and play a lucky bowling game with these do-it-yourself leprechaun bowling pins made from recycled plastic bottles!
We hope you have a fun-filled day!