Here you'll find some free St. Patrick's Day coloring pages with cute little leprechauns and big eyed owls.
Easy to save, print and share these Irish inspired cuties will keep kids occupied with lots of coloring fun.
If you're looking for some rainbow coloring pages then there's a cute collection here, with pots of gold and stacks of coins, just waiting to be shaded in.
These Paddy's Day coloring pages are all free for readers of Irish American Mom. There's no limit on how many you can print and share.
Please feel free to print them for homeschooling activities, or they're also great for the classroom.
Leprechaun Tricks and Pranks:
These shamrock and pot of gold coloring pages are a cool idea for little leprechauns to leave laying around the house for little ones to find.
If leprechaun's visit your family for a few tricks and pranks around Saint Patrick's Day, then these coloring pages may be something he might leave at the end of a little one's bed as they sleep.
Together with a few golden coins these coloring pages are a nice surprise in the morning.
Cute Pots of Gold and Leprechauns:
These coloring pages are ever so cute. I love this little owl sitting on top of a pot of gold.
There are a total of ten coloring pages in this set. These images are only a sample of what you'll find in the packet.
You'll notice a few four leafed clovers featured on these images. I usually try to stick to using just three leafed shamrocks here on my blog, but these little guys were so cute, I made an exception.
Around Saint Patrick's Day, I have no problem with a few Irish stereotypes, green food, and a little Irish luck.
If you're looking for other preschool and toddler activities with an Irish theme you'll find some Irish inspired activity sheets here.
Those sheets include some tracing and coloring activities and tasks designed especially for young learners.
A Little Memory of Preschool Coloring:
This little fellow looks good with an orange beard, but you can use any color of the rainbow. Brown and black also look great, but red, yellow, purple, you name it, any colors at all will do.
When my triplets were preschoolers one of my sons told his teacher that he doesn't do any coloring. He designated that job to his brother. He'll probably be a great business man in years to come, with no fear of delegating and taking help from others.
When he finally decided to participate, he picked up one crayon and colored everything the same color - job done.
This was his coloring technique from then on. He had to color a picture of the Virgin Mary - he went to a Catholic school. No shades of blue needed at all. He picked up a brown crayon and filled in all the blank spaces. She looked great, and she was all colored in in no time at all.
These last two images are Pinterest sized graphics.
I know some readers like to file ideas on their boards for future reference, and these two work great for that purpose.
PRINTING YOUR IRISH WORKSHEETS:
These coloring are available for free for all readers of Irish American Mom.
If you click the images of the actual coloring pages you’ll be taken to a PDF file, which you can save and print.
The files are sized for US letterhead paper.
You can also click here to find the file.
The file has ten cute little pictures just waiting to be colored in. Print them all, or designate a specific one you like on your printer.
Happy coloring to all the young people celebrating Saint Patrick's Day.
SLÁN AGUS BEANNACHT,
(GOODBYE AND BLESSINGS)