Saint Patricks Day is not far away on the 17th March and to celebrate and help you to embrace the event I have create a set of Free Printable ABC St Patricks Day Colouring Pages In Letters And Numbers. Created with elements designed by my good friend Donna from Like Love Do these colouring or coloring sheets depending where you live are perfect for maths games, creating spelling sheets and just for a little St Patricks Day ABC colouring fun.
My aim is to convert all of my alphabets to colouring pages, this will take a while but I am working on it. Thus eventually providing ABC printable alphabets for all seasons and hobbies, I love that I will be able to share activities for the little ones for all seasons. I also have some exciting alphabets coming up, which I can’t wait to share.
Ideas For Using These St Patricks Day Colouring/Coloring Pages Printable Themed ABC Alphabet And Numbers
- IT, printing out or uploading to Word, Canva or Pages for online word forming or colouring
- Dexterity, cutting all the St Patricks Day letters out into squares
- St Patricks Day Themed Art, colouring in the alphabet
- Classroom decor To celebrate St Patricks Day
- Art, creating collages
- Spelling, creating spelling games and forming words
- Maths, using the numbers to create sums and problems (You may need to print out 2 sets of numbers.)
- These are also perfect for teachers to create an St Patricks Day themed banner or wall
- Make home made banners
- Art, make St Patricks Day birthday cards
- Print out 2 sets and make a game of St Patricks Day alphabet snap
- They are also great for St Patricks Day themed monochrome scrapbook layouts.
10 Great St Patrick’s Day Facts For Kids
- St Patrick’s Day is celebrated annually on March 17th.
- St Patrick was the Bishop of Ireland, the day marks the day of his death.
- A shamrock and Leprechauns are the symbol for St Patrick’s Day.
- The tradition began in Ireland.
- Green is the main colour associated with St Patrick’s Day.
- The original colour associated with St Patrick’s Day was blue.
- The first St Patrick’s Day parade took place in America not Ireland.
- Irish lore states St Patrick drove snakes out of Ireland.
- The odds of finding a four leaf clover is 1 in 10,000.
- St Patrick was actually born in Britain.
How To Use My St Patricks Day Numbers To Make Maths Sheets In Canva?
Of course you can just print off my Saint Patrick Colouring/Coloring pages off they are ready to download and go. But should you want to create maths sheets, go to the free version of Canva here you can make maths games, colouring posters and spelling games. Start by clicking create a design, type A4 into the bar and select A4 document.
Now click the upload in the side bar and click upload media, you can now choose your St Patricks Day letters and numbers to upload.
Click on the uploads in the side bar and they will appear on your A4 sheet. You can now click on the image and drag the dots on the corner to drag bigger or smaller. To move the images just drag with your curser.
To get the maths signs, click on text in the side bar and choose add a heading. You can now grab your signs and resize them just like you did with the images above.
Keep going until you have all of your sums before sending your bee maths sheet to print.
How To Get Your St Patricks Day ABC Colouring Pages Alphabet And Number Set Of Printable’s?
Click the image below to get your free St Patricks Day Colouring/Coloring downloads and either send to the printer or upload to the pc and use on a colouring or processing programme. If you’re a subscriber, the download is ready for you in the free members area under printable Alphabets. The link to the page is in your members email. However, make sure your pop-up blocker is turned off, if the email doesn’t land check your spam folder.
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