We’ve got a bunch of St. Patrick’s day coloring pages and activities, kids love these shamrocks, pot of gold, bingo, word searches, and more St. Patty’s day pages to print!
Leprechaun coloring page, shamrocks to color & more
We create and came across a bunch of cute and free St. Patrick’s Day printable coloring pages and activities for kids, so we thought we would share them with you all here. There are leprechaun coloring pages, a shamrock coloring page, a pot of gold, a shamrock maze, shamrock pictures to color, and more. These coloring pages make great preschool-age activities for kids.
Free Printable St Patrick Day coloring pages
Check out our Saint Patrick’s Day coloring pages for you to print for free. Some of these are in black and white for coloring, and others are activities and books that you can purchase for your kids. Click around and choose your favorites below, we hope you love these! Also, if you like these pages, you will love making these DIY Leprechaun hat craft treat cups!
How to print these free St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages
To print, click each of the images below that you wish to print. Image will open in a new window – blow it up and do a print preview to see that it fits the page. If not, zoom in or out and fit the page as necessary. You can also configure this in your print options before you print these St. Patty’s day pages out.
Enjoy the festivities with these St Patricks Day shirts and St Patricks Day hats! Don’t get pinched, make sure you’re wearing GREEN!
If you like these St Patrick’s day coloring pages, you’ll love this St. Patrick’s Day activity and coloring book!
More St. Patrick’s Day activities for kids
We hope these St. Patrick’s Day coloring sheets to print are fun for you and your family. My kids enjoyed the Shamrock maze activity and they liked coloring the “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” words. Whether you are a teacher or parent, print all of these for your classroom and kids as many times as you need. Have a fun St. Patty’s celebration, check out these fun and easy St Patrick’s Day Crafts, and don’t forget to wear green!
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The correct symbol for St Patrick’s day is a 3 leaf shamrock, not a 4 leaf clover. It is one of his symbols because he used it to explain the Trinity, hence the 3 leaves not 4.
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