How to Trap a Leprechaun

We’ve mentally already moved into March, goodbye February, you were much too cold for us.


I’ve setup the easiest #invitationtocreate on our dining table this week, after reading this cute story… it’s literally a small wooden box filled with scissors, tape, markers and leftover bits and bobs. We’re working toward an epic leprechaun trap, and it’s been wonderful to see how these little minds and hands work. I love tossing in leftover household items as I come across them; toilet paper rolls, a small tissue box, some rainbow washi tape leftover from someone’s birthday. We call it our ‘Inventors Box’.

Have you ever played with the idea of letting your little ones create new ideas from recycled items? How did it turn out?

How to Trap a Leprechaun by Sue Fliess, illustrated by Emma Randall.

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