Have a Very “Green” St. Paddy’s Day – Under the Nile
Have a Very “Green” St. Paddy’s Day

Have a Very “Green” St. Paddy’s Day

7 Eco-friendly Activities to Enjoy With the Kiddos

Amidst discussions of leprechauns and pots of gold at the end of rainbows, this Irish holiday is a great time teach young ones about what it means to be green. Try talking with them about the three R’s: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, while doing a craft or another one of these fun activities we’ve found for you from some awesomely crafty bloggers:

1. St. Patrick’s Day Magic Vases

Such a fun and festive way to make use of glass jars around the house! And filling them with fresh flowers is a great way to add even more lively and vibrant colors.

Photo by Planet Forward

2. Lucky Shamrock Green Smoothie

Did someone say snack time? All that crafting works up an appetite—and this vegan smoothie is just the thing to keep you going through a fun-filled day!

Photo by inhabitat

3. Simple St. Patrick’s Day Banner

So simple and easy, this banner made of old book pages and materials found around the house is a great way to add a pop of green for the holidays.

 

Photo by Simple As That

4. Scrappy No-Sew Flower

No needles needed to make this super versatile upcycled cloth flower! It’s easy to make and can be added to embellish pretty much anything—wreaths, frames, backpacks, and more!


Photo by Miss Lovie

5. Tissue Tube Wee Leprechaun

Top o’ the morning to ya! This leprechaun doesn’t have a pot of gold (unfortunately) but is fun and easy to make with recycled materials.

Photo by Planet Forward

6. Leprechaun Hat Favors

How cute are these?! Instead of buying new plastic bowls, try using old ones that you already have.

Photo by Paper, Plate, and Plane

7. Mosaic Paper Shamrocks

Last but not least, these paper shamrocks are a great use of scrap paper or old St. Paddy Day cards!

Photo by Happiness is Homemade

Mohamed Masoud

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