Leprechauns, green cocktails and pots of golden chocolate coins — what isn’t there to love about St. Patrick’s Day? Get your kiddos in the spirit and make them work for their tasty treats by trying these creative St. Paddy’s Day activities. From hunting for gold to cute clover leis, we’ve got some good ol’ St. Patrick’s Day fun that everyone in your family will enjoy.


1. Leprechaun Hat: Recycle old Tupperware into cute leprechaun hats. Did we mention they also double as a pot of gold? (via Jeromina Juan)


2. Leprechaun Door: Transform that giant tree outside your house into a leprechaun’s lair. Grab a foam board and paint to make this fun St. Paddy’s-inspired door. Just don’t forget to knock before you enter. (via Dave Lowe)


3. St. Patrick’s Day Garland: This DIY is a super easy project for tots. Use it to decorate any room in the house, and you’ll be the luckiest family on the block. (via A Subtle Revelry)


4. Clover Leaf Lei: Not only is this sweet clover lei adorable, but you probably have most of the supplies laying around the house. (via Rebecca Cooper)


5. Pot-O-Gold Cake Pops: We know, we know — this looks almost too good to eat. Bake these babies up with your little sous chef. They make the perfect treat for classmates and neighbors… if there’s enough to share, that is! (via Audra Kurtz)


6. Lucky Krispie Treats: Whip these green snacks up in no time, and make sure to serve them in this adorable, free printable box. Everyone should have yummy treats on St. Patrick’s Day, right? (via Brit + Co)


7. St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt: Easter isn’t the only holiday that requires a hunt — paint and glitter up some rocks for a fun scavenger hunt in your backyard. (via Moonfrye)


8. Paper Strip Shamrocks: Your little ones will love watching these clovers twirl over their heads. Hang them over your dining room table and watch them go! (via Mandy Beyeler)


9. Rainbow Waffles: Best. Breakfast. Ever. Your kiddo will have the luckiest day at school after munching on these waffles. (via Gimme Some Oven)

What will your family be doing on St. Patrick’s Day? Let us know in the comments!