Are you searching for something fun to do with your kids this St. Patrick’s Day? There are so many ways to celebrate this festive holiday with your family. I’m sharing some simple and fun St. Patrick’s Day printables today to help you plan a fun-filled day of activities and crafts.
Whether you’re looking for something fun to do with your kids on St. Patrick’s Day or want simple printables to keep your kids busy while you’re preparing your holiday meal, these St. Patrick’s Day printables will do the trick!
Upside Down Leprechaun in a Hat Craft
This adorable upside-down leprechaun in a hat is a fun one-time activity you can do during the holiday at home. This simple craft is perfect for use as decorations at home or in the classroom. All you need is construction paper and perhaps some paint for the kids who want to paint their creations. Kids that attend grades K-2 and homeschool children love this activity the most.
→Print the leprechaun template.
St. Patrick’s Day Number Puzzles
Make practicing math fun for kids in pre-K to Kindergarten at school or in homeschool with this St. Patrick’s Day number puzzles activity. The activity packs include numbers 1-20 and allows your kids to have fun matching the pot of gold with its matching shamrock number for number recognition practice.
→Print the St. Patrick’s Day puzzles.
Printable St. Patrick’s Day Activity Pack
This printable St. Patrick’s Day activity pack is perfect for all writing levels! Younger kids will enjoy coloring the pages and writing pretend stories while full-fledged writers will enjoy sharing a creative story on the printable pages. This activity only needs a few supplies such as a printer and paper, the printable activity pack, and some markers or crayons.
→Print the St. Patrick’s Day Activity Pack.
Printable Kindness Clovers
Practice kindness with this adorable St. Patrick’s Day printable! My printable kindness clovers project allows your kids to use their creativity to make kindness clovers. All you need is a printer to print the clovers, paper, colored pencils, and scissors. Have your kids color their clover and write a little thank you or kindness comment in each of their clovers to hang in the home or classroom.
→Print the Kindness Clovers.
St. Patrick’s Day Geoboards
My St. Patrick’s Day geoboards have two levels of difficulty for kids of all ages to enjoy. Whether you opt to go with the simple or hard version with this color and black and white printable, I’m confident your kids will have a blast with this geoboard activity. This is a simple way to teach kids geometry at the primary grade level so that they can understand shapes and mathematics without stress.
→Print the Geoboard Task Cards for St. Patrick’s Day.
St. Patrick’s Day Playdough Mats
This St. Patrick’s Day playdough shapes activity helps promote creativity and a sense of self-pride as your kids try to make adorable holiday shapes using the 10 different image cards. This set comes in both color and black & white. Allow your kids to craft up a unicorn, a top hat, a four-leaf clover, and other St. Patrick’s Day themed items using playdough.
→Print the playdough mats for St. Patrick’s Day.
These are just some of the best ways to enjoy and learn about the holiday. Each of these St. Patrick’s Day printables will help your kids enhance their math skills, fine motor skills, creativity skills, and enjoy a fun day with family.