Daily Activities — St. Patrick's Day

Find the Lucky Clovers—Easy St. Patrick's Day Party Game

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Find the Lucky Clovers—Easy St. Patrick's Day Party Game

For this fun and easy St. Patrick's Day game, gather some small clovers—these can be stickers, punched paper, or these plastic clovers that I cut from Dollar Tree necklaces. Place a large number of clovers into a bowl and write the number "4" on a few of them to symbolize a lucky "four-leaf" clover. The goal will be to find as many four-leaf clovers as you can. You'll take turns finding them by rolling dice. One person rolls two dice while the person in front of them looks for the clovers. When the first person rolls two fours (double fours for...

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Greedy Leprechaun—a St. Patrick’s Day Party Game Idea for Your Family or School Party

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Greedy Leprechaun—a St. Patrick’s Day Party Game Idea for Your Family or School Party

You found a pot of gold coins to share! But will the greedy leprechaun take it all first? This game not only helps you celebrate the holiday but also provides a great lesson on talking about risk versus reward—and the power of agency and choices—with your children.

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