St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Trap Ideas are a fun and creative way to set up a Leprechaun trap for your child to see! Fun and easy kid Leprechaun traps that they can set up and see if they catch one!
Who knows, you might get lucky and capture a leprechaun in one of these traps! Plus it is a fun hands-on activity for your child to learn, grow, and use their imagination!
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Kid-Friendly Leprechaun Traps
1.) Golden Resort from Moms and Munchkins
Check out this Golden Resort for the Leprechaun. You have multiple secret traps to potentially capture a leprechaun or two! Lots of fun creating this fun trap.
2.) Hat Trap from The Best Ideas For Kids
This is a very simple trap that is easy to set up, but super cute and fun. See if you can capture one of the luck of the Irish leprechauns under this big hat!
3.) Lego House Trap from Pots and Pins
If you have a child who loves Legos, this is going to be epic! Create a Lego house trap made from legos you have around the house. Set it up outside and wait to see if you get lucky!
4.) Free Gold Trap from Little Bins For Little Hands
Use an old oatmeal container to transform it into a free gold trap that might lure in your fast and fun leprechauns as they drop off treats for your little ones.
5.) Candy Trap from Chica Circle
You can use colorful popsicle sticks and sweet candy treats to set up the perfect sweet lover trap. This can be a fun one that your child will love to make!
Cra7.) Tissue Box Trap from DLTK
Okay, if you have a tissue box this can be the perfect hidden trap. It already has the hole, you just have to decorate it and then find the perfect spot to place it in hopes a leprechaun ponders it.
8.) Cereal Box Trap from Crafts by Amanda
Gobble up that cereal and save the box back for a colorful rainbow lovers trap. This is for sure going to bring in all the leprechauns in your area.
9.) Laundry Basket Trap from The Idea Room
Make sure to get that laundry done so you can use your laundry basket to make a simple but effective trap. Your child will love setting it up and then off to bed to await the trap.
10.) Shoebox Trap from Creek Side Learning
Here you can recycle an old shoebox in a fun way. With a little construction paper and a few other supplies, you have an epic trap to lure in the green leprechauns.
11.) The Strawberry Basket Trap from The Suburban Mom
Here is a good excuse to eat up your fruit. Get a simple trap laid out to see if it will fall fast enough to capture that sneaky little green guy.