See how creative you can get with these rainbow, leprechaun, and shamrock coloring pages. There’s so much more you can do besides simply coloring inside (or outside) the lines. Find more St. Patrick’s Day activities for kids here.
Keep Kids Busy with Rainbow, Leprechaun, and Shamrock Coloring Pages
St. Patrick’s Day is a playful activity for kids, and a wonderful to welcome in spring as a class or family.
But sometimes you need a quick activity, and that’s where these St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages come in.
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You Don’t Have to Color the Shamrocks!
There’s nothing wrong with coloring a coloring page, although my 6-year-old prefers to paint them. But remember, you don’t have to color a coloring page! Try using tissue paper squares, cotton wool, gold coins, and other accessories to make your St. Patrick’s Day pictures really pop!
You can also use all those different colors of play dough to create a more three dimensional picture.
Follow Up with a Hands-On St Patrick’s Day Activity
I like to plan a more involved activity after a quiet one like this. This is the perfect time to plant those shamrock gardens, or set up a leprechaun trap!
Other active St. Patrick’s Day activities include pretending to be leprechauns and hunting for gold coins. How do you think leprechauns move?
You can even use a gold coin to play hop scotch instead of a rock for a themed classic game.
I’d love to see photos if you use these rainbow, leprechaun, and shamrock coloring pages to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. What creative uses for these coloring pages will you discover?
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