Where to Find Free St. Patrick's Day Coloring Sheets
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Where to Find Free St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Sheets

Posted on Thursday, March 5th, 2015 at 7:00 am
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Your kids can celebrate St. Patrick's Day with these free, printable, St. Patrick's Day coloring sheets.Are your kids excited about St. Patrick’s Day? Have they started asking when the parade will be? One way to channel that excitement is to give your kids some free St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages to decorate color, and draw on. You can print them out as often as you like.

Free St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Sheets

Crayola.com is an excellent resource for free coloring pages. They have some for just about every holiday that you can think of. Every coloring page can be printed out for free. They have some that are specifically about St. Patrick’s Day.

* A Pot of Gold shows a leprechaun who is sitting inside a pot of gold and throwing coins out of it. There is, of course, a rainbow that leads to the pot of gold.

* Luck-Of-The-Irish shows a leprechaun who is sitting inside a pot of gold and throwing coins out of it. There is, of course, a rainbow that leads to the pot of gold.

* Lucky Parade is a very cute drawing of people participating in a St. Patrick’s Day parade. There is a man dressed like a leprechaun, a person holding a “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” sign, and a person playing the bagpipes. All of them are walking down the street under a St. Patrick’s Day banner.

* Shamrocks is a drawing of a hat that has been turned upside down and placed on the ground. Six shamrocks are growing out of it. Each one of them has four leaves.

* Shamrock is a coloring page that could be for kids of all ages. In the center is a large shamrock with three leaves. Around the edges is a tiny border made up of flowers and shamrocks that older kids may enjoy coloring. The page says “Happy St. Patrick’s Day”.

Disney Family also has some very cute St. Patrick’s Day related crafts and coloring pages. Children of all ages can color the coloring pages. Some of the crafts may require a parent’s help.

* It’s a Small World Coloring Page – Ireland is an adorable coloring page that is done in the style of the “It’s a Small World” ride. It shows four children in Irish clothing dancing in front of houses that have thatched roofs. A row of shamrocks goes across the front of the page.

* Mickey Mouse St. Patrick’s Day Hidden Picture Coloring Page is a good choice for older children who enjoy searching for hidden pictures in the drawing. Mickey Mouse is in the center of the page, dancing, and wearing clothing that resembles what a leprechaun might wear. Kids can try and find the hidden pictures in the drawing that surrounds Mickey.

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