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St. Patrick’s Day Dinner Table Toddler Activities

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St. Patrick's Day Dinner Table Toddler Activities Green hat, owls, donut, flag 4 leaf clover on a wood table with green pens

When you are cooking dinner after a long day at work or caring for home & family I have these super cute Dinner Table Activities for St. Patrick’s Day.  They are perfect for the month of March as they brighten up your table and you have learning pages for the kids to play.

Your kids always want to be around you and having a fun activity helps you have the time to get dinner ready.  I always wanted to be teaching while we play and you can count, work on numbers, and practice their letting.

St. Patrick's Day Dinner Table Toddler Activities Green hat, owls, donut, flag 4 leaf clover on a wood table with green pens.

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I am so ready for spring and St. Patrick’s Day is just the holiday to add color and fun to the winter days. The first page is a Word Matching page, see if your kids can match the first letter and then the word to the cute picture.

St. Patrick's Day Dinner Table Toddler Activities Green hat, owls, donut, flag 4 leaf clover on a wood table with green pens.

The second page is for counting. Starting simply with one to five, see if they can count the images and then recognize the number and put a circle around the correct number.

St. Patrick's Day Dinner Table Toddler Activities Green hat, owls, donut, flag 4 leaf clover on a wood table with green pens.
St. Patrick's Day Dinner Table Toddler Activities Green hat, owls, donut, flag 4 leaf clover on a wood table with green pens.

On the third page if to again work on counting and see if they are at the place to start tracing the numbers and the letters of the words.  If they are not at that point just let them color over the words.

Check out my quick & easy Instant Pot||Electrict Pressure Cooker Recipes.  They are perfect for an easy dinner prep that you can dump in, lock the lid, set the time, and spend your time in the evening with your family, not standing over the stove. No one wants to feed their family takeout every night or processed foods, the Instant Pot is a perfect solution as it is fast and you add the whole simple ingredients.

Stop thinking of dinner as drudgery and think of it as a family time to share, laugh, create, and learn while you sit and enjoy these precious years.

🍀 ~Susan

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2 Comments

  1. Oh these are super cute. Pinned them! I love what you bring to the Friday Frenzy–we appreciate you.

  2. What a fun and educational way to keep the kids amused for a while. Thanks for sharing at Fiesta Friday.

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