St. Patrick’s Day Worksheets are 5 fun printable Saint Patrick’s Day activities that kids will love! From Preschool and Kindergarten to adult, these printable activities feature a dot-to-dot, color by numbers, coordinate graphing, copy the picture, and a word search- all free St. Patrick’s Day worksheets!
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The large simple top hat is perfect for little ones to work on fine motor skills.
This math worksheet will have kids graphing and having fun.
Click for two fun printable St Patrick Day word search puzzles. These are such a great way to work the brain.
Supplies needed for St. Patrick’s Day printable Worksheets
- PDF located above. Just click the download button under the image
- printer with black ink cartridge
- copy paper or card stock (your choice)
- markers, crayons, colored pencils (your choice)
Instructions: free printable st Patrick’s day worksheets
Download the St. Patrick’s Day worksheets-free and decide how many copies you need for your class, family, or party! If you plan for folks to use markers, you may want to print these on card stock paper so the markers will not bleed through the paper.
fun facts about ireland (Word Search words)
There are some sight words in the Word Search and those do not need an explanation. However, you can definitely increase your reading comprehension by digging into ancient Irish history to learn more about Ireland and St. Patrick’s Day. We have highlighted 6 words from the Word Search worksheet to give you some background information.
Skyfest is the name of large fireworks shows that take place in Ireland as part of Saint Patrick’s Festivals.
The name of a three-leaf clover is trefoil. (Those delicious, buttery Girl Scout cookies were named after the shape of a three-leaf clover!) The trefoil knot is the Celtic symbol of unity and brokenness. The Christian Trefoil Knot symbolizes the Holy Trinity: The Father, The Son, and the Holy Spirit.
In ancient times, 3 BC, Celtic beliefs were Ireland’s beliefs. Druids were the teachers, priests and judges in the Celtic system. Dagda was one of many Celtic gods and he was considered a good god. Back then, the word Celtic was pronounced with a soft sound like “sell-tick.” Today, Celtic is pronounced with a hard sound like “kell-tick.”
A shillelagh is an Irish walking stick used for walking and fighting. It is pronounced “shil-AY-lee”.
And did you know that Leprechauns are not the only magical, mischievous creatures in Ireland? There are Cluricauns, too! These mischievous little fairies are small in size and are usually found in pubs, breweries, and wine cellars!
More St. Patrick’s Day Themed Activities, gift ideas and treats
We love to help you plan fun-themed events and St. Patrick’s Day is no exception. So here are more ideas for you to explore. Please let us know in the comments how your St. Patrick’s Day was!