St Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages – Free Printables

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If you’re looking for St Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages, look no further. I created some themed coloring pages for kids or really anyone who likes to color. Read the whole post for a bonus activity sheet at the end. Plus they’re all FREE to download and print!

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St Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages – Free Printables

Whether your kids are on spring break or you need some easy art for your classroom, these St Patrick’s Day coloring pages are perfect. Each page is standard 8.5 x 11 inches legal paper size but feel free to print them in any size. I love printing both on one sheet so the kids can color and then they cut out the pieces to make their own paper art. Have fun and make these your own!

These are also perfect for any homeschool lesson you have planned for the holiday. Same goes for teachers in the classroom. You can use them as a fun activity or even assign as homework.

Click on the images below for your FREE Printable.

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Rainbow & Pot of Gold Coloring Page

St. Patrick's day rainbow pot of gold coloring page for kids

 

Leprechaun & Shamrocks Coloring Page

St. Patrick's day leprechaun shamrocks coloring page for kids

 

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“I am lucky because” Kids Activity Sheet

St Paddy’s is all about LUCK so I created a simple worksheet for kids to share what makes them feel lucky. This worksheet is great for younger kids in preschool to early elementary grades but works with older kids too. For younger children, focus on discussing what makes them feel lucky and drawing more than writing. For older children, you can forgo the drawing and just focus on writing if you prefer. Make it work for you and have fun with it!

Click on the image below for your FREE Printable.

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“I am lucky because” Kids Activity Worksheet

St. Patrick's Day kids worksheet activity I am Lucky Because

Another option to do with this sheet for younger preschool aged kids is to print out photos of the reasons they’re lucky. You can discuss with your child why they feel lucky and choose photos together, cut them out in the leaf shape and glue to each part of the four leaf clover. Then, your child can color in the “I AM LUCKY” part and you can display it in your house or class!


I hope you love and use my St Patrick’s Day coloring pages with your kids and if you do I’d love to see it. Share your finished work with me on social media! Tag me on Facebook, Instagram & Twitter!

XO,

Bessy


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