On the menu, we had green peppermints, green gum, green gummies, green chocolate mints, Andes Mint cookies, green apples, green avacado, green grapes, green jello, green cotton candy, and shamrock-shaped peanut butter sandwiches, chips and guacamole, cookies, mint oreos,
All the activities, which are set up in centers, are located in the back yard! They included:
- In these little balls of white or yellow playdoh, I have put a few drops of food coloring! When the kids squish the playdoh in their hands, they find a new color of playdoh! The white balls had green food coloring and the yellow playdoh had blue food coloring!
- I can't stand for my kids to mix playdoh! It is a pet peeve that I've had since I was a little girl! However, this is the one time of year that I will allow my kiddos to mix up the playdoh! They mixed blue and yellow playdoh
- What fun with bubbles! The kids enjoyed this fun treat!
- Watercolors are so fun! They are especially fun when there's a pot of gold promised at the bottom!!!
- The kids use green heart stickers to complete a shamrock picture! St. Patrick, a missionary to Ireland, used the common small plant to explain the Trinity of God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.