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Lucky Charms Board Game by Candy Land

Play the New Lucky's CharmWorld by Candy Land

This fresh take on the classic children’s game leads your family on an epic chase through Lucky’s enchanted world. Play as those sneaky kids always trying to catch Lucky the Leprechaun as you explore the Hearty Pines, the Clover Field, Rainbow Ridge, and more! Who will be the first to reach Lucky’s pot of magical charms and win?

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Family Activities Great for Just Magical Marshmallows

Marshmallow Muffin Tin Math

Looking for a way to make learning more fun? With Marshmallow Muffin Tin Math activities, your future mathematician will be asking to practice all the time. This heads-on learning activity is delicious and easy to set up.

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Marshmallow Magic Math Worksheets

Lucky the Leprechaun is full of surprises! Use these Marshmallow Magic Math Worksheets to teach your little leprechauns all sorts of new math skills.

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Lucky’s Sight Word Pot of Gold

Looking to boost your child’s reading comprehension? Make it a game! Have your child help Lucky find his magical charms and return them to his pot of gold with this fun and easy craft idea.

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Just Magical Marshmallow Recipes

Lucky Charms™ Leprechaun Rainbow Layer Cake

This stunning and magical cake is sure to delight the little leprechauns in your life. Slice into it to reveal a hidden surprise: a center bursting with Lucky Charms™ marshmallows, rainbow sprinkles and more!

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Rainbow Lucky Charms™ Frosted Cookie Bars

Almost too pretty to eat! This sugar cookie bar with Lucky Charms™ cereal and candy sprinkles is just as cute as it is magical.

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Magically Delicious Lucky Charms™ Cereal Cookies

An easy way to make any day magically delicious! All you’ll need is sugar cookie mix, Lucky Charms™ Honey Clovers cereal, white vanilla baking chips and candy sprinkles for this fun and colorful cookie.

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Lucky the Leprechaun holding out his hand