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Crafts for Young Children

Pot of Gold

Goodbye messy glue, hello Duck Tape®! Let the kiddos create a rainbow masterpiece with color duct tape. Trying to incorporate scissor practice into your lesson plans? Have the kids cut their own tape pieces.

A child creating a picture with a  pot of gold with a colored duck tape rainbow on it.

Rainbow Crayons

Need an easy St. Patrick's Day activity? Tape together a few crayons with some duct tape to let little ones create their very own rainbows.

A set of crayons taped together with colored Duck Tape

Leprechaun Binoculars

Increase your chances of catching a leprechaun this year with the help of these handy binoculars! Use toilet paper rolls and some duct tape to craft this fun accessory.

A young girl looking through green duck tape toy binoculars

Older Kid Activities

Shamrock Shirt

A tee shirt and some duct tape is all you need to get this St. Patrick's Day shirt project started. Use different Duck Tape colors and patterns to create unique shirts for everyone!

A green t-shirt with a gold shamrock on it.

St. Patrick's Day Safety Pins

These quick Duck Tape safety pins are an easy way to show St. Patrick's Day spirit. Cut out different shapes, layer colors and patterns - the sky is the limit.

Nine St Patricks Day pins made with colored duck tape

Get the Entire Class Involved!

St. Patrick's Day Classroom Door

Decorate your classroom door with a Duck Tape rainbow and pot of gold this St. Patrick's Day. Have your students help out with shamrock accessories to finish the look!

A chalkboard next to a door decorated for St. Patrick's day.