Green beer might come to mind whenever St. Patrick's Day is mentioned, but this special holiday actually has more to offer to kids! Plan an entire day celebrating the luck of the Irish with fun crafts, tasty desserts, and trying to stepdance in your living room. Whatever you decide to do, your little one will no doubt feel magical.
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St. Patrick's Day has a history dating back . With this rich background, there's a lot to learn about the holiday. Take the day to teach your kids about Irish culture by visiting a museum or reading up on .
Enjoy your yummy treats and fun games with friends at a party. This year, the holiday falls on a Sunday, a.k.a. the perfect day to host a little get together.
Get out your favorite green shirt and head over to your local St. Patrick's Day parade. Festivities usually last way after the parade is over, so prepare for a full day of excitement.
If you do go to a parade, you're bound to see some dancers performing the jig or stepdance. These lively folk dances aren't as easy to do as they look, but it's still worth a try to learn!
Whether you make it more like cake or actual bread, it's delicious and a great way for kids to develop cooking skills.
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Enrich your children's lives by exposing them to the Irish culture through music. Listen to classics or modern hits, and if you become stuck, has you covered.
March is still chilly, so warm up with a classic Irish stew. You can even make some in a slow-cooker, so you can go about celebrating and come home to a perfectly-cooked meal.