Whether you are looking for leprechauns, or shamrocks, snakes or rainbows, this list of over 100 free printable St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages allows you to hit the pot of gold.
At Activity Village it’s all coming up green with over 32 coloring pages to color to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. I like the rainbow themed pages on this site.
Try these free printable St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages from Family Fun.com. Many of them are designed to be much more than just another coloring page.
Crayola.com has 12 free printable St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages available, but I have to admit my favorite is the Draw a Face on the Leprechaun. With some imagination and googly eyes, this could also make a great craft.
Apples for the Teacher offer not only free printable coloring pages but lesson plans for teachers, homeschoolers and parents looking for educational fun. The coloring pages available here include Irish Crosses, Celtic Knots, and a Map of Ireland, so if you are looking for more than dancing leprechauns then this is a website to visit.
The Kidz Page may have the most comedic free printable coloring pages with a couple of quick mazes thrown in for extra effort, making a total of 14 available. My personal favorite free St. Patrick’s Day coloring page on this site, the bear sitting in clover.
Visit Coloring Book Fun to choose from over 15 free St. Patrick’s Day printable coloring pages. My favorite on this site, the lucky horseshoe.
Kaboose offers these three leprechaun related free printable St. Patrick’s Day coloring sheets with links to many more. http://crafts.kaboose.com/holidays/st-patricks-day/patrick-color.html
First School offers 8 free printable coloring pages with leprechauns, shamrocks, and pots of gold. Don’t forget to visit their associated pages on rainbows and snakes to round out your St. Patrick’s Day coloring fun.
Be sure to see these Ten Free St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages and Printables for Kids.
Color with crayons, markers, paints or even embellish them with glitter and sparkles. Remember coloring pages don’t have to be just for coloring. Print them on card stock paper to use as a card. Hang them from strings to decorate a room. Laminate them and create a placemat for the month of March.
Free coloring encourages creativity and fine motor skills so let your children “have at it.” Don’t worry about being in the lines or using the “right” color, after all some of the most famous artists in the world thought outside the crayon box.
Looking for more to do for your St. Patrick’s Day celebrations? Try these How to Have a Family and Friends St. Patrick’s Day Party at Home and G is for Green: St. Patrick’s Day Lesson Plans for Toddlers and Preschoolers ideas.