Catholic St. Patrick’s Day Printables

Check out these fun and free printables to celebrate the feast of Saint Patrick with your kids :-)

Print this sheet from Paper Dali
Her pages are always so cute!

Here’s a cute handwriting practice sheet 
from Writing Wizard.
I love this coloring sheet because it shows 
St. Patrick throwing the snakes out of Ireland!


Our Worldwide Classroom has lots of St. Patrick’s
day printables inclucing minibooks, lapbook covers,
games, and even an alphabet book! Click here and
then scroll down her left sidebar to see them all.

Paper Dali also just came out with these adorable
St. Patrick’s Day note cards! Totally printable :-)

 Last but not least, don’t forget to check out this free
St. Patrick lap book from Homeschool Helper.

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Comments

  1. Vee says

    Lacy,

    Neato! I like the St. Patrick banishing the snakes. "And you take your slithering friends with you and GO!" Awesome.

    And just a reminder, if anyone else is reading this, that the St. Patrick paper doll is really tiny if you just click the pic and print it. You have to download it to get a decent-size paper doll. :)

  2. Jessica says

    Just wanted to let everyone know that the handwriting practice sheet is one I generated at Writing Wizard during "P" week using a quote from the book An Alphabet of Catholic Saints by George and Brenda Nippert. Though I included that information in my post, I probably should have included that information in the title section under "P is for St. Patrick". . .

  3. says

    Thank you so much for everything you put together. I went looking for St. Patrick’s Day homeschool ideas and was so frustrated with all the leprechauns…until I remembered “Oh, I just need to go look at Catholic Icing!” :) And of course you had everything I needed!

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