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Science & Sensory: Holidays > St. Patrick's Day


Shamrock Grass added 3-9-98
Original Author Unknown

Need: Green Sponge, Grass Seeds, Scissors, shallow pan, water, and sunlight.

Cut a Green Sponge into a shamrock shape. Wet the sponge. Sprinkle Grass seeds over the wet sponge and place in the sunlight. Make sure you keep it moist.


Leprechaun People added 2-25-99 Original Author Unknown

Take a foam cup- small one or medium. Fill with dirt and add grass seed. Watch hair grow kinda like a chia pet. Add a face to the cup. To keep the people looking neat- I always had the children give their people haircuts once a week! Kids loved watching them grow.

Shamrock Soda Bottle added 2-25-99 Original Author Unknown

Fill with water & add some green food coloring, Easter grass, green & silver glitter, green sequins, buttons, plastic shamrocks that are cut out for party confetti you can usually find this @ Michael's in the party section. You can also cut up some of that green FUN FOAM. Add anything that is green & won't dissolve in the water. Put on the lid tightly. Wrap the lid with duck tape several times or hot glue.


Shades of Green added 2-10-03 Original Author Unknown

Supply the children with green and white paint.  Allow the children to mix a small amount of the paints together.  What happens?  For younger children, you child add the paint to a zip lock bag to minimize the mess.




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