St. George and the Dragon Crafts

Here are some fun ideas for celebrating St. George’s feast day (April 23) with kids! Some of them are not actually “St. George Crafts”, but are knights and dragons, so use your imaginations 😉 You can find all of my resources for living the liturgical year in April here. Now let’s take a look at these St. George and the dragon crafts!

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I love this knight from That Artist Woman. She gives step by
step instructions on how to make him, and a printable template!
Paper cutout of Saint George in armor
This free St. George Coloring Page (along with all the others from
Catholic Heritage) is absolutely beautiful! Love the details.
Coloring sheet of Saint George and dragon
Make this paper plate dragon craft with
Cool Kid Craft Ideas.
Green dragon made of paper plates
Decrease to Increase celebrated St. George’s day
by making this handprint art along with a cute cake!
Handprints made into scene of St. George and the dragon
This dragon craft from Arts & Crafts Ideas
looks like a lot of fun!
Cardboard tubes made into a dragon
Here’s a whole packet of free printables about Saint George
from Real Life at Home.
Saint George Worksheets and Printables Packet
Here is a cool Saint George and the Dragon coloring page
from Drawn 2 B Creative.
Saint George and the Dragon Coloring Page
Here are a few different drawing lessons on how to draw
a dragon from Art for Kids Hub.
You can find even more resources for living the liturgical year in April here!
April Feast Day Resources


  1. These are so cute! I absolutely love them!

  2. Lacy, I could just hug you!!! We've got a St. George Day for our homeschol group this Friday and was still trying to figure out what to do. This has so many ideas to consider. I had forgotten about the great knight project from That Artist Woman. Not sure if I'll tackle that with a big group though – one of the others would probably be better.

  3. Hi Lacy,

    These resources are perfect for celebrating this special saint! God bless!

  4. Samantha Lehmann says

    I LOVE LOVE this pic. My son is using it for his All Saint’s Day to lure in his listeners! I am so thankful that you used a serpent rather than a dragon – it was so easy to explain the connection between the Evil One and the serpent or dragon in our faith (visions of the Blessed Mother stepping on a snake, St. Michael, etc.). Thank-you!