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Fun Easter Ideas

Here are some Easter ideas from FamilyFun Magazine and TNS. After dyeing and decorating your Easter eggs, turn them into sweet-faced critters. Just peel off the shells to begin. Also be sure and check out Kid-Friendly Tips to Create Fun Easter Memories from American Profile Magazine.

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Shamrocks, Saints And Shillelaghs

Here’s the story behind some Irish icons and St. Patrick: SHAMROCK: Shamrocks are actually clover plants.  The small, three leafed herb appears on the United Kingdom’s coat of arms with the English rose and Scottish thistle. The shamrocks found in U.S. flower shops are often imposters. IRISH FLAG: Green stands for Catholics, orange for Protestants…
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St. Patrick’s Day Word Search

St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th.  How many words related to this holiday can you find in the puzzle below?   Download and print by clicking here  

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Snacks And Crafts For St. Patrick’s Day From FamilyFun

Over the veggie rainbow from FamilyFun/TNS  This St. Patrick’s Day snack provides a golden opportunity to eat fresh vegetables.To make it, fill as small bowl with dip (we used guacamole).Slice four long strips of bell peppers in various colors and arrange them as shown. Cut two small cauliflower clouds, skewer each with a tooth-pick, then…
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St. Patrick’s Day Newspaper Activities

In Ireland and Northern Ireland, St. Patrick’s Day is a religious holiday in honor of the patron saint of Ireland. But in the United States, it is primarily a secular, or non-religious, holiday in which people don green attire and lucky shamrocks in celebration of Irish heritage. Parades are also a big part of St.…
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