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Rainbow Shamrock Mesh Art for St. Patrick’s Day Craft



This St. Patrick’s craft is similar to the mesh art that students will have completed before. Instead of creating a mesh outline in this activity, this easy game is perfect for creating a clover or shamrock that will be memorable. Do not miss to check out these super cute St. Patrick’s Day Literacy and Math Centers. 

March is the perfect time to celebrate spring, sunshine, and St. Patrick’s day! If you are a preschool, kindergarten, or primary school teacher, I know you are looking for some easy craft ideas for kids. Look no further! We have compiled a list of many craft activities for St. Patrick’s Day that kids will love. The best part of these craft activities? Check these 30+ St. Patrick’s day Art and Crafts projects for your little ones.

Most of them are super easy crafts and have low prep for teachers! So even if you aren’t Irish, this shamrock-centered holiday is the perfect time to start a discussion about what makes us feel lucky!

Rainbow Shamrock Mesh Art

This craft is similar to the mesh art that students will have completed before. Instead of creating a mesh outline in this activity, this easy game is perfect for creating a clover or shamrock that will be memorable.

 

Shamrock art that can be used multiple times and can be customized for each student… how lucky!

You need:

● A cut out of a shamrock or clover● Paint (any color!)● Mesh (think of what a nag of oranges is made of, or the back part of a sponge)● Rubber bands

To make:

● Cut out a shamrock that you want to paint and decorate. ● Squirt a small amount of paint onto a plate or a paint pallet next to your paper. Wrap your mesh up with a rubberband to form a small mesh mall. Dip it in paint, section each shamrock off, and paint it in different colors.● Set aside your newly bedazzled clover, and let it dry! These great clovers allow students to personalize their St. Patrick’s Day. That’s the best part of crafts for kids when their ideas can be personalized.

Check this video for more detailed instructions:

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