Have you ever wondered why you can never find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? It’s usually because a pesky Leprechaun has beaten you to it!
What are Leprechauns?
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Leprechauns are the mischievous Irish Fairies associated with St Patrick’s Day. A day to honour the Patron Saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick, each year on March 17th. Leprechauns may have the money, but they sure don’t have the looks. It really is worth setting a trap to see if you can catch one though, hold his stare and he has to tell you where he has hidden the gold.
Saint Patrick’s Day
Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated by Irish people all over the world. Fans of the holiday dress up in green, hang shamrocks around their home and drink lot of Guinness (adults only!).
It is also a time for children to enjoy the many different crafts and activities associated with this fun festival, including those centred around the famous Pot O’Gol at the end of the rainbow.
Pot of Gold Rainbow Activities for Kids
Start with our Roll a Bubble Wrap Rainbow activity with it’s own Pot O’Gold at the end.
Teach children about where money really comes from and encourage them to start saving, with their own Pot O’ Gold Piggy Bank .
Channel your child’s enthusiasm for St Patrick’s Day into their learning and make this Pot O’Gold Sight Word Activity.
Over the Rainbow Cupcakes will make a colourful addition to your St Patrick’s Day playdate or party celebrations.
Pot of Gold Mason Jar Gift Idea is ideal for a special family member.
Hang this Pot O’ Gold Door Wreath up on your front door to tempt those Leprechauns indoors.
Play this Pot O’ Gold Party Game.
Just add a chocolate gold coin to this fun and free St Patrick’s Day note.
Turn them into Fizzing Pots in this fun colour mixing science activity.
Enjoy hunting for the Pot O’Gold at the end of this Scavenger Hunt.
Hunt for the Pot O’Gold in this St Patrick’s Day Sensory Bottle.
Add some learning to your St Patrick’s Day fun with this Pot O’ Gold Math Game.
Work on Fine Motor Skills with this Pot O’ Gold Cutting Craft for Toddlers.
Get crafty with this Pot O’ Gold Rainbow Craft using colourful pipe-cleaners or this one using colourful paper chains.
And you have to try these yummy Pot O’Gold Cookie Cups.
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14 thoughts on “Pot O’ Gold At The End of the Rainbow Activities”
Thank you so much for including our Over The Rainbow Cupcakes – my daughter will be so pleased when I show her!
Thanks so much for featuring our Pot O’ Gold Piggy Bank! My girls are loving trying to fill their pot!
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