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Don’t miss this set of St. Patrick’s Day color by number worksheets for preschoolers. Practice color and number recognition this holiday season.
Add these color by number worksheets to your March activities for preschoolers.
Preschoolers will love following the color code to reveal the hidden picture on each page.
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 words 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.
Adding variety to your lessons
Watch a fun St. Patrick’s Day video. This leprechaun dance is a fun way to get kids moving throughout the day.
You can also stock your shelves with a wide variety of St. Patrick’s Day books for preschool kiddos.
St Patrick’s Day Books for Preschool
Fill your book basket with a great collection of St Patrick’s Day children’s books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
The Leprechaun in the Basement – It’s St. Patrick’s Day, but Michael doesn’t feel like celebrating. His dad is out of work and has no money for new baseball shoes. As Michael heads into the basement on an errand, he hears someone singing–it’s a leprechaun, complete with pot of gold!
Room for One More – A summertime adventure creates a BIG problem that leads to a surprising new friendship for the leprechauns.
Discovery in the Woods: A St. Patrick’s Day Surprise – What is all the fuss about? What could be in that deep dark hole under the tree? And what in the world has happened to Sophie’s poor nose? A St. Patrick’s Day surprise is discovered in the woods one soggy March day.
More St. Patrick’s Day Fun
Have you ever seen Buddy McSpuddy? He’s the St. Patrick’s Day version of Elf on the Shelf, and I think he’s so adorable!
This small St Patrick’s Day themed play dough kit is perfect for providing hours of squishy fun play! The kit is packed completely full of fun loose parts to inspire imaginative play!
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