My six year old came home from school yesterday excitedly, happily, frantically ranting and raving about catching a leprechaun. He had a master plan that involved trap doors, security cameras, and flashing lights.
Clearly, Imma have to rein in his ambitions, hopefully without stifling his creativity, but we will craft ourselves a basic trap... perhaps use some Lucky Charms for bait!
I love how passionate he is and that he thinks outside the box! That's why I'm ready to get creative with our St. Paddy's Day projects--so I've rounded up a few fun ones I know he'll enjoy. (But nothing that entails a trip to Home Depot!)
8 St. Patrick's Day Projects to Do With the Kids
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MORE ST. PATRICK'S DAY FROM MOMTRENDS
Use Pinterest to save your favorite crafts, menus and parties for St. Patrick's Day here on the Momtrends St. Patrick's Day Board.
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