What pairs better with a shamrock shake than a shamrock coloring page? As you plan how you and your little four leaf clover will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (maybe you’ll go rainbow hunting or shamrock picking!), consider adding St. Patrick’s Day coloring pages to your kid’s day. An interactive form of entertainment, coloring sheets spark your little one’s creativity and can lead to larger conversations, such as: What do you feel lucky to have in your life? And let’s face it, they’re a great way to keep kids busy, too!
From drawings of shamrocks to leprechauns and rainbows to pots of gold, we’ve created a digital coloring book filled with pages that you can download at no cost. These St. Patrick’s coloring sheets are all free—just click on each sheet’s name, download, and hit print. It’s the luck o’ the Irish!
10 free St Patrick’s Day coloring pages to download now
Download this cute (and free!) St. Patrick’s coloring page at the click of a button. The sketch, courtesy of Crayola, will spark a lively conversation about the “luck o’ the Irish!”
Do yourself a favor—break out the crayons and colored pencils and print out two of these coloring sheets. Not only is coloring super relaxing for adults, but it’ll serve as a bonding activity. Use the shamrock as a topic starter about what each of you feels lucky to have in your life.
What’s St. Paddy’s Day without a lucky pot of gold? Available for free on Crayola, this fun drawing depicts a smiley leprechaun tossing gold coins out of a pot at the end of the rainbow.
Brush up on your geography with this illustration, which doubles as a colorful history lesson. While your child colors, you can talk to them about Ireland.
Encourage your little one to wish their sibling or grandparent a Happy St. Patrick’s Day by turning this rainbow and gold coloring page into a handmade card—or as a lovely piece of fridge art.
Courtesy of Primary Games, this fun coloring page can be enjoyed one of two ways. Younger kids will love drawing goofy faces on this blank canvas, while older kids can turn the coloring page into a cutout photo frame. Now they’re the leprechaun! (Feel free to cut out the empty face canvas for your little one so they can join in, too!)
Take a creative and colorful approach to celebrating St. Paddy’s Day this year with this rainbow coloring page, for example. You can download it for free on Primary Games, and it features a glowing rainbow cascading over a town.
On March 17th, we arrange shamrock bouquets. This coloring sheet has a large and very simplistic design pattern, which makes it great for coloring beginners.
If your child absolutely adores coloring or an artistic challenge, then be sure to print out this “luck” coloring page. The word is surrounded with intricate details and shamrock illustrations that’ll keep them busy and occupied.
Thanks to Primary Games, this leprechaun and shamrock coloring page can be downloaded free of charge. The coloring sheet shows a happy leprechaun tossed in a suit and top hat holding a shamrock—there’s so much room for creative expression.
This story was published March 9, 2022. It has been updated.