St Patricks Day

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So what is Saint Patricks Day and why is it celebrated.?

Saint Patricks Day is a celebration with global reach, which celebrates the Irish culture on 17 March each year.

It is there to remember the patron Saint of Ireland, who brought Christianity to Ireland during the 5th century.

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St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock Cookies

You’re having a St Patricks Day party for all your preschoolers.  You need a snack to feed them and cookies are always a hit.  These shamrock cookies are easy to make and kids love them. Use refrigerated sugar cookie dough.  It’s much faster and can produce a lot of cookies for very little money.  You will also need white icing, green food coloring and some green tinted sugar sprinkles.  If you can find a shamrock cookie cutter, that will work great.  If not you can use a small heart cookie cutter and get the same results.

Open the cookie dough and cut it into 2 inch sections.  Use the cookie cutter on each section to make your shamrocks.  If you have to use a heart shaped cookie cutter you will need 2 hearts.  Place the pointed ends together and you will have a shamrock.  Use the left over cookie dough to make the stems.  Place a small amount of dough between the palms of your hands and roll it.  Attach the stem to the bottom of the shamrock. Cut it down to the right size. 

Sprinkle the shamrock part of your cookie with the green tinted sugar sprinkles before baking.  Bake the cookies as directed on the package.  Once they are done allow them to cool before finishing them.

When the cookies have cooled tint the white icing green with the food coloring.  Frost the stems of your shamrocks with the icing.  Now you have some simple cookies to serve your preschoolers at their St. Patrick’s Day party.

Hunting The Pot Of Gold

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A fun game to play at your preschooler’s St Patricks Day party is hunting the Pot of Gold. It’s like a treasure hunt and kids love to find a treasure.  It’s easy to put together and play and your preschoolers will have a great time with it.  Here’s how it’s done.

Start with a small pot.  A small sand bucket will work very well and you can find them at a dollar store pretty cheap.  Use black construction paper and glue it around the bucket.  This will give that great St. Patrick Day Pot of Gold look.  Place a few candy gold coins in the bucket. 

You will be the first Leprechaun to hide the Pot of Gold.  Have the children hide their eyes.  Remind them that there is no peaking at all.  Now hide the pot.  Remember these are preschoolers so don’t make it to difficult.  You want them to find it quickly and easily. 

When the pot is found the person who found it gets the gold.  Refill the pot and let that person be the new Leprechaun and hide the pot again. Continue until everyone has won some gold coins. 

The kids will have a lot of fun looking for their Pot of Gold.  It may take a little time to play or then again maybe not it all depends on the kids and their use of their imagination.  It is guaranteed to be fun for all who join in and besides who can resist hunting for that great Pot of Gold.  

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Mobile Decorations

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A really cute decoration for your preschoolers St Patricks Day party is a rainbow mobile.  It’s pretty easy for preschoolers to make with a little help from you.  You can get things ready for them the night before and then let them have it.  Here’s how it’s done.

Make the basis for the mobile ahead of time. You will need white paper plates that will be cut in half.  Each half will then need to be cut to represent the rainbow.  You will also need a shamrock and a Pot of Gold for each rainbow. 

To make the shamrock, use green construction paper and a shamrock template.  Use black construction paper and a template of a bucket for the pot and then cut a few round circles out of yellow construction paper for the gold coins. Glue the coins to the pot. 

Now you’re set to let your preschoolers make their mobiles.  First they need to color their rainbow.  They can use crayons to do this with.  Have them make a line of each color in the rainbow.  Be sure they make them big enough to stand out but leave room for every color.  A picture of a rainbow may help them to understand better what they are trying to achieve.

Use a hole punch and show them how to make holes to hang their mobile and the to hang the shamrock and the Pot of Gold from their mobile.  You will need one hole at the top and two on the bottom.  Also place a hole at the top of the shamrock and the pot. 

Use string to attach the mobile together.  Run it through the hole in the shamrock and then through the hole in the bottom of rainbow.  Tie it off so there’s no chance the pieces will fall off.  Do the same with the Pot of Gold.  Attach a string to the top of the rainbow to hang the mobile. 

Hang the mobiles around the room to decorate for their party.  Everybody likes a rainbow and your preschoolers will really enjoy these.  Made by their own hands they will be the hit of the party decorations and liven up your classroom for all.

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