Catholic St. Patrick’s Day Printables (Fun For Kids, Easy For Mom!)

Saint Patrick’s Day is a great feast day to celebrate with Catholic kids when you’re living the liturgical year! I think it’s such a great opportunity to teach kids to true meaning of this day, learn about St. Patrick, and learn about the Trinity with the help of shamrocks! Don’t let this awesome day get lost in the leprechaun shuffle- here are some great Catholic St. Patrick’s day printables to help your kids know the true meaning of this Catholic feast day! 

First, be sure to check out my printable shamrock Trinity craft! This is one of my favorite crafts on the site! It unfolds to reveal the truth about the Trinity and it’s super fun and perfect for this day. Also, it’s free!

Also, I absolutely love these stand up printable Saint statues of St. Patrick and St. Brigid. These stand up Saint crafts become like toys for your kids, and they’re super easy to assemble! Prints in color AND in black and white- you choose!
 
 
Another free resource- Check out my printable St. Patrick’s day pack for preschoolers! It includes several coloring pages, the prayer from St. Patrick’s breastplate, and even some handwriting practice for your littles. 
 
 
I also have a printable picture book to teach kids all about the Trinity! You do not want to miss this book!
 
 
I also have a free Trinity pack for kids to print so you might want to check out as well. πŸ™‚
 

Paper Dali also has these adorable
St. Patrick’s Day note cards! Totally free and printable πŸ™‚

 
 

Comments

  1. Very cute stuff:)

  2. Amazing_Grace says

    Great stuff here!!! πŸ™‚

  3. JOYfilled Family says

    Thanks for organizing these links for us!
    Pax Christi – Lena

  4. 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. πŸ™‚

  5. 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". . .

  6. What a wonderful collection of ideas! Thanks for sharing.

  7. Thanks so much for sharing the details of my St Patrick’s Day printables πŸ™‚

  8. 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!” πŸ™‚ And of course you had everything I needed!

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