We did an art project for Valentine’s Day that made a special gift for Aunties and Grandma, so I wanted to recreate it for St. Patty’s Day!
We have had a lot of success with simple pasting activities, and working with these small squares are great for developing little ones motor skills.
- Lucky to Have You Printable Click Here!
- Tissue Paper Squares (you can cut your own, or I bought this mega pack super cheap from Hobby Lobby, already cut and ready to go!)
This project is so quick and easy, have your little one add glue to the entire inside of the Clover and then go to town adding the squares. Remington was so excited to use a glue stick, since we usually use white glue. Little changes like that can be fun to try with new projects.
You can challenge older kiddos to create a fun pattern, I just love seeing where their imagination takes them!
Sometimes I want to do the most elaborate things with Remington but I forget how much work that turns into for me, and the frustration that can occur when I can’t keep his attention long enough to complete our project. I find that simple activities like this are cheap, easy to set up and our littles take so much pride in the finished product!
Tell me below how your kiddo liked this project, or any changes you made!
XO, Amanda, The Celebrating Mama