This St Patrick’s Day Popsicle Stick Puzzle is a simple yet fun craft and game for your kids! Keep them occupied with this problem-solving St Patrick’s Day inspired craft!
This St Patrick’s Day popsicle stick puzzle is such a fun game to get your child’s mind going! They are great for keeping your child busy and help them build their cognition skills.
The pot of gold image is an excellent challenge and even younger kids can piece it together! You can add numbers to the back of the popsicle sticks so they can practice counting or get a hint for putting together the correct picture.
For older kids, you can have them create the picture themselves using markers for easy clean up.
The fun part of this game is that your kids can rearrange the puzzle and solve it as many times as they want, making it a great boredom-buster!
St Patrick’s Day Popsicle Stick Puzzle Craft
How to Make this St Patrick’s Day Popsicle Puzzle Game
Begin by lining up 7 popsicle sticks and securing them together with a piece of tape. Number each popsicle stick from 1-7 according to the proper placement. Flip over popsicle sticks so you have a clean side to create your picture.
Use a pencil to lightly sketch out the pot of gold and rainbow design. You could also skip this step and just let your kids have at it with their paints or markers.
Use markers to fill in the pot of gold and rainbow sketch.
Remove the tape from the back and rearrange the popsicle sticks for your kids to solve.
St Patrick’s Day Popsicle Stick Puzzle
- 7 Popsicle sticks
- Begin by lining up 7 popsicle sticks and securing them with a piece of tape. Number the popsicle sticks so kids can get an extra hint if needed.
- Flip over the secured group of sticks and sketch out the pot of gold image with a pencil. Color in the image with markers.
- Remove the tape from the other side and rearrange the sticks to start playing!
Didn’t this turn out so cute? Have fun watching your kids play with this puzzle on St Patty’s Day!
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