July 23, 2024

Lucky Charms and Green Pudding!!!

March is almost here… My dog is above and ready for the big day!!

Here are a few of my favorite St. Patrick’s Day Activities to keep your favorite leprechaun busy.

Free to Print Activities:
Lucky Charms Sorting (k-1)Use these sheet for sorting the Lucky Charms. My three year old can do this with help.

Lucky Charms Graph (1-3) My son (grade K) can do this pretty independently.
A Little Color Green Book (k-2) A fill in the blank book
Magic Pudding:
My kids love this… It has become a tradition in my house.

Supply each child a plastic cup with 2TBS of Pistachio Pudding Mix (the powder instant) and a green or gold plastic spoon for stirring. One package of instant pistachio pudding makes 4 servings. There is a little over 7 tablespoons of pudding in a package. Tell your kiddos that this magic pudding that a Leprechaun gave you. All they need to do is add milk and stir… Now pour a half a cup of milk to see the surprise… Top with whip cream and little shamrock decorations!!!

Saw this the other day and thought it was cute:

Try Leprechaun Chowder at this site!

Looking for more St. Patrick’s Day Activities? Try Teaching Heart’s Theme Page For lots more!