If fun free printable leprechaun coloring pages are what you are looking for, then you are in the right place. We have lots of fun St. Patty’s day fun!
Grab these printable leprechaun coloring pages for some St. Patrick’s Day Fun!
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St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages
March can feel like a loooong month and with not too much in the way of holidays. (Does daylight savings count?)
It’s no wonder nearly everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! March 17 is a day full of color and good cheer so we’re all about it at MWH. Bring on the rainbows and four-leaf clovers!
While you probably aren’t going to be celebrating with a lively and raucous parade this year, we’ve got plenty of ideas and activities to keep you and the kiddos HAPPY! For you, our lucky friends, we’ve got the most adorably mischievous printable leprechaun coloring pages.
Coloring Sheets For Kids
These coloring sheets have all different kind of designs and images your kids will love —pots of gold, rainbows, shamrocks, and traditional leprechaun hats. (Fun Fact: the shamrock – a three leafed clover—was considered sacred by the Celts, is a symbol of the looming spring season, and served as a metaphor for the holy trinity.) So, sharpen those orange, green and gold crayons and pencils and bring these printable coloring pages to life!
We’re not sure who started the more recent practice of staging leprechaun shenanigans on the eve of St. Patrick’s Day, but we hate to admit…we kind of love it! (And it’s a great excuse to “have” to go out and buy Lucky Charms cereal.) But if you’re still recovering from an Elf on the Shelf headaches, no worries! Our fun St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages will get the kiddos in the spirit without you feeling like a Scrooge (or whatever the leprechaun equivalent is).
St. Patrick’s Day Ideas
The word leprechaun comes from the word “lobaircin,” meaning “small-bodied fellow.” In Celtic folklore these figures were like fairies with magical powers they could use for good (or not so good). With the cute grins and sweet poses, our leprechaun color pages are definitely in the image of those who use their magic for good!
Whether you plan to make a classic St. Patrick’s Day meal of corned beef and cabbage, bake some Irish soda bread or just mash up some potatoes, get in the spirit with our free printable St. Patrick’s coloring pages for kids. This mellow, kid approved activity goes perfect with an Irish coffee (or something stronger…nip of whiskey? Pint of Guinness? We won’t judge!)
St. Patrick himself wasn’t born in Ireland (nor did he actually banish snakes from the Emerald Isle as there were no snakes). So, we happen to think everyone is Irish in March and should celebrate accordingly. We’ve got plenty more ideas and activities in addition to our St. Patty’s day coloring pages. Consider yourselves blessed with the luck of the Irish and have fun coloring!
Erin Go Bragh!
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