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30+ St Patricks Day Free Printables for Kids
Hey y’all, Tiffany here – and it’s almost St. Patrick’s Day, so here are some St Patrick’s Day free printables for kids.
One of the best ways to make a holiday exciting for your kids is by letting them do free St Patrick’s Day printables! Our kids love working on them in the days leading up, making them also the perfect St Patrick’s Day gift idea.
St. Patrick’s Day is such a fun holiday! It’s full of leprechauns, gold, luck, magic, rainbows, and so much more! As a kid, it was also the only day my parents would let us eat Lucky Charms cereal for breakfast without having to mix it with something low-sugar. Check out our Best Saint Patricks Day Treats your kids will love!
Another thing our kids love to do is read these fun St. Patrick’s Day books. It helps build up excitement for the lucky day! We hope this list of free printables will help you and your kids enjoy this St. Patty’s day!
This is a great paper toy to make with kids this St Patrick’s Day. Choose from the two leprechaun printables – the Colour Your Own Leprechaun or the already coloured (to cut and assemble) Leprechaun Paper Puppet.
This free printable St. Patrick’s Day matching game is fun for kids of all ages! Use it face up as a matching game for toddlers, flip it over for a game of St. Patrick’s Day Memory, or use the shamrock matching cards for an even more challenging game.
This leprechaun hat and other St. Patrick’s Day hat templates are easy to print and color and fun to wear! They’re sure to add a little creativity to any St. Patrick’s Day celebration! Add color to your St. Patrick’s day hat using any media your little artists enjoy! Markers or crayons are an easy choice or you could even provide glitter glue or paint!
Here are free printable shamrock bookmarks (and several other types of St. Patrick’s bookmarks) that you can use for gifts or creative activities! Free for all parents, teachers, kids & readers of all shapes and sizes. These fun bookmarks are JUST what you need to print out to encourage kids to READ!
This St. Patrick’s Day Gold Coin Flip Game would be the perfect addition to a Saint Patrick’s Day party, a classroom center, your homeschooling curriculum or even just a little St. Patrick’s Day fun at home.
Need a last minute idea for St. Patrick’s Day? Print off this free cootie catcher! This fun fortune teller game is commonly known as a cootie catcher. The child holding the cootie catcher is the fortune teller and other children play the game by picking numbers and/or letters when asked. In this fortune teller game, children pick a number and then have the choice of choosing a color or a letter.
This pack includes 5 pages. Each page has it’s own theme to inspire creativity, practice prewriting and writing skills as well as FUN. Each page can be used by children at many different levels. Whether they can write full fledged stories or are barely writing letters. This is fun and a perfect activity for St. Patrick’s Day!
This fun roll a rainbow activity is the perfect St. Patrick’s Day game for kids, adults, and even preschoolers. Just print out the cards, give everyone a dice, and race to be the first to roll all of the colors in a rainbow! One of the best St. Patrick’s Day games for kids!
Create your own St. Patrick’s Day currency with Lucky Bucks – free printable play money! . This set of play printable money for St. Patrick’s Day is super cute and a great way to get kids working with currency. There are some ideas on how you can make these Lucky Bucks play money a fun learning experience for your kids.
Spread kindness this St. Patrick’s Day by writing on and sharing these printables St. Patrick’s Day notes with special people. One of the easiest ways to spread kindness is to give out compliments, kindness notes, or kind cards. And what better way to spend the luckiest day of the year than to tell others why we know we’re lucky they’re in our lives?
Check out these fantastic Saint Patricks Day Number Worksheets! These printables are a fantastic resource for the little ones to have fun and practice their basic numbers from one to ten. There are 10 printable sheets, each one for a different number from one through to ten.
This free printable St. Patrick’s Day bingo is a family-friendly way to celebrate St. Pat’s with your kids! Playing picture bingo isn’t just an easy, no-prep way to keep your kids entertained. Picture bingo can help your kids pay more attention to detail, extend their attention spans, and improve their visual discrimination skills!
Here’s a super easy St. Patricks Day word search for you! Your kids will love celebrating St. Patric’s Day with this fun and clever easy St. Patrick’s Day word search that’s free to print. Use it at home or in the classroom!
Christmas has Santa, Valentine’s Day has Cupid, so what does St. Patrick’s Day have? A generous leprechaun with a pot of gold! See if you can find his treasure through this fun St. Patrick’s Day treasure hunt. These free printable treasure hunt cards all include a kid-friendly leprechaun riddle. As your child solves each riddle, they’ll uncover another clue.
This printable St. Patrick’s Day Bingo game is a fun and educational kids activity packed with 60 high frequency sight words. This printable bingo game is perfect to play in the days leading up to St. Patrick’s Day. Whether in the classroom or at home, the kids will love this fun St. Patrick’s Day game!
These leprechaun printable emotions cards make a cute and fun St. Patrick’s Day Activity. Support toddlers and preschoolers in developing self-awareness and social awareness with these emotions and feelings printables focused on early social skills. They are perfect for home, teachers, specialist, parents, and caregivers.
St. Patrick’s Day is coming up, so here are these fun and free St. Patrick’s Day Mini Books that I made for emergent readers. Although the last page of the mini books in all three versions mentions St. Patrick’s Day, it is also possible to just leave that page off and they suddenly become appropriate for any time of the year. Bonus!
St. Patrick’s Day has become a fun holiday for adults and children. Whether you’re throwing a big party or sending green treats to school for the kids, the day is a great opportunity to express your enthusiasm for Ireland and all things green.
In this set of free downloads, there are two versions of the Saint Patrick Crossword Puzzle. While they are the same puzzle, one version includes a word bank at the bottom of the page and the other version does not.
This page doesn’t only need to be used as a finger painting activity, of course. If you prefer, it can also be used as a Saint Patrick’s Day coloring page or painting page (with a brush instead of fingers).
This watercolor Irish Blessing print is this blogger’s St. Patrick’s Day gift to you. This blessing symbolizes much more that a simply holiday in March. If you would like a copy of this Irish Blessing print for yourself – to hang on the wall or send to a friend – it’s free to print!
These free printable pot of gold templates are perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day crafts and activities! Get 7 free printable pot of gold outline printables that are free for personal and classroom use. They’re great for a variety of St. Patrick’s Day crafts and projects.
It’s a FREE Printable St. Patrick’s Day Activity Book. The book comes with 8 different activities like a word find, matching game, Shamrock tic tac toe, and more. For an extra leprechauney (that’s a word, right?) print out the book on light green copy paper.
The game is called Shamrock Shenanigans and is fun and easy to play. All you need is this Shamrock Shenanigans Board Game Printable, one die, and a penny for each player. You roll the die to move around the board and if you land on a shamrock, you follow the arrow to wherever it points.