St. Patrick’s Day Color By Number

As St. Patrick’s Day approaches, it’s an exciting time to introduce creative and enjoyable St. Patrick’s Day activities for your little ones. And what better way to combine fun with learning than with a St. Patrick’s Day color by number activity?

Not only are these activities perfect for getting into the festive spirit, but they’re also fantastic for reinforcing number recognition and color differentiation.

So, grab those green crayons and let’s dive into the wonderful world of rainbows, leprechauns, and pots of gold—all waiting to be discovered and brought to life by your preschooler’s touch!

Add these free holiday printables to your St. Patrick’s Day preschool activities in the weeks leading up to the holiday.

St. Patrick’s Day Color By Number

Whether your St. Patrick’s Day activities focus on pots of gold, rainbows, or leprechauns, you’ll find a festive coloring page to go with your lessons.

These color by number pages are a fun way to practice number recognition through ten. Preschoolers will also work on color words for all of the colors of the rainbow plus pink, black, brown, and grey.

Related: Don’t miss these engaging St. Patrick’s Day color by uppercase letter worksheets.

How to Use These Pages

To get started with your St. Patrick’s Day theme, print out these color by number pages. Grab some crayons or colored pencils, and you’re all set.

Work on number recognition with these activity pages. Children will identify the number in the color code at the bottom of the page, find the corresponding numbers on the mystery picture, and color the shapes according to the colde.

These pages are a great way to have children work on color words, as well. They’ll read the color word beside each number to determine which color to use in each space.

If your little ones aren’t ready to read color words yet, you can color those color words. Then, your kids can use those as clues to decide which crayon to use.

St Patrick’s Day Books for Preschool

Reading a fun and engaging St. Patrick’s Day picture book is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday with your little one!

Teach them about Irish culture, have some laughs, and learn some new vocabulary words.

There are plenty of great options out there with vibrant illustrations and exciting stories that make learning enjoyable for young readers.

So grab your favorite cup of tea and curl up in a cozy chair with your little one to get ready for some festive storytelling!

Pete the Cat: The Great Leprechaun Chase: Includes 12 St. Patrick's Day Cards, Fold-Out Poster, and Stickers!How to Catch a LeprechaunShiny Shapes: Happy St. Patrick's Day


Join Pete the Cat in The Great Leprechaun Chase as he embarks on a heartwarming and humorous journey to capture a leprechaun in time for St. Patrick’s Day. With his friends cheering him on, Pete learns valuable lessons about the unpredictability of leprechauns and the importance of quick thinking and craftiness. This delightful story not only tickles the funny bone but also imparts to preschoolers the joy of friendship and the excitement in the chase, more than the catch itself.

In the charming tale of How to Catch a Leprechaun, children embark on a creative and captivating journey to craft the perfect leprechaun trap in hopes of catching the elusive little trickster. This playful story sparks imagination and encourages budding engineers with its rhythmical text and colorful illustrations, outlining a variety of inventive traps that might finally snag a leprechaun on St. Patrick’s Day – if they’re lucky! It’s an engaging adventure that delights in the fun of the chase and celebrates the wonders of creativity and innovation in young minds.

Shiny Shapes: Happy St. Patrick’s Day invites little readers into a whimsical world of celebration with exciting textures and sparkly, shiny shapes. This charming book gets preschoolers to explore the festive symbols of St. Patrick’s Day with interactive, touch-and-feel pages that stimulate sensory development and curiosity. It’s a delightful read that not only acquaints young ones with the holiday but also adds a tactile dimension to their learning, making storytime an enchanting and interactive experience.

St. Patrick’s Day Activities

Encouraging your preschoolers to express their creativity is as easy as the end of the rainbow with arts and crafts projects tailored to St. Patrick’s Day. Imagine the joy on their faces as they craft shamrock cutouts or decorate leprechaun hats with sparkling glitter. It’s not just about having fun—these activities enhance their fine motor skills and let their imaginations run wild!

Why not turn the classroom or living room into a sea of green with a themed St. Patrick’s Day scavenger hunt? Hide some gold coins, green items, and even miniature leprechauns for the kiddos to find. It’s a giggle-filled way to work on problem-solving and teamwork.

And there’s more! Tap into the power of storytelling with Irish folklore tales. Share stories of mischievous leprechauns and magical rainbows to captivate their attention and expand their cultural horizons. You could even pair this with a puppet show activity, where the kids get to act out their favorite stories, boosting their confidence and communication skills.

Remember, fostering a love for learning while having heaps of fun is what these cherished moments with our preschoolers are all about. So, go ahead and sprinkle some enchantment this St. Patrick’s Day; the memories you create will be more valuable than a pot of gold!

As we wrap up our journey through St. Patrick’s Day activities, remember that the magic of this holiday is the perfect backdrop for creating teachable moments enveloped in joy. Whether it’s through a color by number masterpiece, an imaginative craft project, or a thrilling scavenger hunt, these experiences are more than just pastimes—they’re building blocks for lifelong learning and precious memories.

So let’s raise our green hats to nurturing our little ones’ curiosity and watch them grow like clovers in the springtime sun. May your St. Patrick’s Day be filled with laughter, learning, and a little luck of the Irish.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all, and may the festive spirit inspire you and your preschoolers to find your very own pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!

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