Today Projects for Preschoolers is hosting the March 2, 2010 edition of All Things Family blog carnival. We’re focusing on family friendly crafts, activities, and articles relating to St. Patrick’s Day.
Get started with our own Happy Little Shamrock craft project for a fun cut and paste activity for St. Patrick’s Day.
- Heather Mann presents Make Your Own Pot of Gold posted at Make and Takes, saying, “This is a super cute pot o’ gold activity with a really clever rainbow – check it out!”
- Shannon presents St. Patrick’s Day Crafts posted at Partyelf, saying, “Here are 5 easy crafts that you can work on with your children for St. Patrick’s Day.”
- Heather Mann presents Make a Beaded Curtain posted at Dollar Store Crafts, saying, “Use dollar store St. Patrick’s day necklaces (or old Mardi Gras beads) to make a fun beaded curtain.”
- Shannon presents St. Patrick’s Day Party posted at Partyelf, saying, “Your kids will love these ideas for a St. Patrick’s Day Party.”
- JGoode presents Happy St. Patrick’s Day coloring page
- Heather Mann presents Leprechauns | Little Nummies posted at Little Nummies, saying, “Here’s a healthy pot o’gold snack for St. Patrick’s Day.”
- Char presents 5 Classic Irish Recipes for St. Patrick?s Day posted at Raising A Healthy Family, saying, “Treat your family to one of these classic Irish meals for St. Patrick’s Day.”
- Heather Mann presents Crafty Mama: Make Cream of Whatever Soup posted at Croq Zine – The Blog, saying, “Use up veggies with this versatile soup – one of my go-to meals.
- JGoode presents Green Penguins make me Happy posted at JGoode.com saying, “what would St. Patrick’s day be without a penguin or two?”.
- Joyce Amsden presents What is St Patrick?s Day anyway? posted at Dynamic Family Living.
- ClassroomJr. presents St. Patrick’s Day Kid’s Poems posted at ClassroomJr.com
- Quirky Momma presents Learning to Read with a Cootie Catcher posted at quirkymomma.com, saying, “This is a learning-to-read cootie catcher that my daughter loves. Maybe some of your preschoolers will enjoy it!”
- Randa Clay presents Printable alphabet tracing sheets for preschoolers | FreeStuff4Kids posted at Free Stuff 4 Kids, saying, “These are great for developing fine motor skills and getting ready for school.”
- Ben Dinsmore presents Getting Your Kid Started on an Allowance posted at Trees Full of Money, saying, “Fun activities and information to help teach your kids about money and personal finance!”