St. Patrick’s Day family traditions that will help your family connect and have fun together!
Looking for St. Patrick’s Day family traditions? I am sharing some of my favorite ideas! It is no secret that I love finding ways to celebrate holidays with my family and I love sharing how simple it is to celebrate as a family! These traditions are all easy ways to have fun and connect as a family!
St. Patrick’s Day Family Traditions
Go on a green scavenger hunt.
Tell your kids to fill a bag with green items. Or you can tell them to find five or ten green items. This is a fun way to get out energy! If you have toddlers, try this activity and then try to have them find something for every color in the rainbow.
Make St. Patrick’s Day pancakes.
Try making some tasty pancakes for breakfast on or around St. Patrick’s Day. This is such a fun and simple way to get some added celebrating in!
Have a rainbow snack.
Put together a rainbow snack that includes foods of the colors of the rainbow. You could also have little cups of the multi-colored Goldfish. I love to do the rainbow snack using fruits and vegetables!
Enjoy a Lucky Charms snack!
This is a fun twist on a Rice Krispy Treat. I love how the Lucky Charms cereal adds a cute St. Patrick’s Day look to the treat! Kids will love snacking on these!
Go on a St. Patrick’s Day scavenger hunt!
My kids love scavenger hunts and we try to do different ones throughout the course of the year. Nothing else adds a little element of fun after school like a scavenger hunt! The St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger hunt is fun for kids to do and you can have a little pot of gold at the end for them to find! Grab the free printable here!
Have Lucky Charms milkshakes.
During the month of March, try out these delicious milkshakes with your family! I think these would be the perfect dessert for a family dinner! While you enjoy the milkshakes, take a minute and have everyone share a high and low from the day.
Play with leprechaun sand.
Do you have a child who loves sensory play? I have one in particular who loves it and I cannot wait to have him try this activity! You could do this with all the different ages. It would be great for morning play or even after school time.