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St. Patrick's Day Lucky Clover Craft

ages 2-6


Green construction paper, scissors, glue, crayons, markers, photos

Activity Detail

Talk to your child about things she feels lucky to have in her life. It could be friends, family, pets, toys, etc. Then cut out a large four-leaf clover on green construction paper. For older children, you can draw the outline of the clover and have them cut it out with children's safety scissors. Let your child decorate her four-leaf clover with the things that she feels lucky to have in her life. My daughter wanted to print out photos of family members and then glue them on. Other options would be to draw pictures, or older kids could even write the words.


becky.johnson said:

What a great way to teach your child to count their blessings!

- Posted on May 30, 2008

beancuso said:

Oh, I love this idea! What a sweet and simple way to appreciate what we're lucky to have.

- Posted on Jul 1, 2008

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