St. Patrick’s Day Four-leaf Clover Hunt for Kids

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Go on a Four-leaf Clover hunt with your kids, just use the Free Printable below!

paper clover hiding in plant
Go on a hunt for paper four-leaf clovers!

You know all about Easter egg hunts, well how about a Four-Leaf Clover Hunt?! What a fun game for St. Patrick’s Day! Get the Free Clover Hunt Printable below and you can easily make a bunch of clovers in just a few minutes of cutting.

Do you want more St. Patrick’s Day fun? These Printable St. Patty’s Worksheets are so much fun! They include 25 St. Patrick’s Day Themed Preschool Worksheets!

St. Patrick’s Day Preschool Worksheets

Here’s What You Need

Here’s your clover hunt supply list (This post contains affiliate links to the products mentioned. Read my disclosure policy for more information):

Do this Easy St. Patrick’s Day Activity for Preschoolers while reading these Fun Books:

Step 1: Get the printable

Download the Free Clover Hunt Printable. You will be stapling the templates to sheets of green paper and cutting out the shapes up to 10 at a time.

Step 2: Staple and cut out the clovers

clover templates ready to cut
Staple the templates to multiple sheets of green paper. That way you can cut out lots of clovers at one time.

Once you have the print outs, staple them to up to 10 sheets of copy paper, 5 sheets of cardstock or 5 sheets of construction paper.

That’s my SECRET to fast & easy crafting. Did you know, you can staple together 10 pieces of copy paper and cut out 10 shapes at a time?!

Stapling the paper is very important because it makes sure it doesn’t move as you cut. The more staples the better.

Tip: While you’re cutting, if you’ve cut off all parts of the pages that have staples, make sure to re-staple the sheets that are left. 

Whenever you’re cutting multiple sheets at a time, make sure they are always stapled together!

Step 3: Hide those clovers and Have some fun!

Hide your clovers and let the hunt begin! For an extra twist, write letters (or numbers) on the clovers and use them as letter recognition practice, making a word as letters are found, or put the numbered clovers in order.

green paper clovers spelling out the word shamrock
Write letters on each clover and have kids spell something as they find them.

It took me about 5 minutes to cut out 20 clovers. How amazing is that?! Now you’re ready for the hunt to begin.

If you liked this clover hunt, check out our other St. Patrick’s Day crafts!

As always, I try to make the classroom and party crafts: Fast, Easy & Inexpensive. Enjoy! 

Download the Free Clover Hunt Printable

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