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St. Patricks Day Jokes For Kids [Free Printable]

St. Patrick’s Day is such a fun holiday to celebrate with the kids. With the colorful decorations, funny leprechauns, and searching for the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, there’s so much to enjoy.

These St. Patricks Day jokes for kids will add to the festive fun and make everyone giggle with the silly punchlines! 

They’re super easy to print out and make the best lunch box notes for the days leading up to the holiday. Just imagine your kid’s smile when they open up their lunch and see one of these fun jokes waiting for them!

Download these funny St. Patrick’s Day jokes and get ready for a laughing good time with your little leprechauns!

For even more festive fun, check out our St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids to keep the celebrations going all day long.

Leprechaun Jokes For Kids’ Lunch Box

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These printable cards include some of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day jokes that are perfect for sharing with friends, classmates, and family members!

Pop them into your kid’s lunch boxes, slip them into party favor bags, or hand them out during the St. Patrick’s Day parade! There are so many ways to spread the joy with these silly jokes.

printable St. Patrick's Day lunch notes with carrots, banana, and apple in the background

We also love the idea of incorporating these funny jokes into a fun scavenger hunt for the kids. Hide them around the house or in your backyard and let your kids find them. Not only will they have a blast searching for the jokes, but they’ll also be practicing their reading skills at the same time!

Download these funny leprechaun jokes today and let the fun begin!

More St. Patrick’s Day Ideas For Kids

Get ready to say ‘Happy St. Patrick’s Day’ with these fun and easy activities for kids! We’ve included some of our favorite crafts, books, and printable worksheets to make the day even more special.

Include some of these ideas alongside traditional Saint Patrick’s Day activities like making leprechaun traps, searching for a four-leaf clover, and cooking up some delicious Irish stew! 

Keep reading to discover some great ideas to keep little hands busy and minds learning while celebrating this lucky holiday.

More St. Patrick’s Day Books Ideas

Pete The Cat: The Great Leprechaun Chase is a must-have for Pete the Cat fans! Join Pete as he tries to catch an elusive leprechaun.

How To Catch A Leprechaun is a silly book that’s, you guessed it, about catching a leprechaun! Please read this book and let your kiddos build their trap and start a family tradition.

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Clover is another book kids can’t get enough of. See what the old lady is doing this St. Patrick’s Day!

Need more book suggestions? Check out our favorite leprechaun books for kids!

printable St. Patrick's Day lunch notes with carrots, banana, and apple in the background

DIY St. Patrick’s Day Crafts

St. Patrick’s Day Gnome Craft – Have your kids create these adorable little gnomes to add some festive flair to your home! All you need are some basic craft supplies and our free printable template to make this cute craft. It’s perfect for kids of all ages and will help share a rash of good luck with everyone who sees them!

Leprechaun Tissue Paper Craft – This simple tissue paper craft is ideal for preschoolers and young children to make for St. Patrick’s Day. They’ll love tearing and gluing the tissue paper to create their own leprechaun masterpiece! Hang them up on a wall or classroom bulletin board for a fun and colorful decoration.

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St. Patrick’s Day Name Craft – We all know just how much kids love seeing their names on things, so imagine the excitement when they see it on this pot of gold craft! It’s the best way to personalize your St. Patrick’s Day decorations and help your kiddo practice their spelling skills. 

Leprechaun Handprint Craft – Don’t worry, this craft doesn’t involve dipping your child’s hand in paint (so no green thumbs here!). Instead, they’ll use construction paper, scissors, and glue to create this fun craft. Kids will love tracing their hands and cutting out the pieces to make their unique leprechaun!

St Patrick Day Printable Activities

After enjoying a big bowl of the leprechaun’s favorite cereal (Lucky Charms, of course!), keep the celebrations going with these St. Patrick’s Day worksheets. Each page is filled with fun activities for kids to complete, including handwriting practice, pattern making, and a letter maze. They’re perfect for a morning of learning and fun!

These St. Patrick’s Day cutting practice worksheets will help kids develop their fine motor skills while getting into the holiday spirit! They include images of leprechauns, a 4-leaf clover, pots of gold, and more for kids to practice their cutting skills. It’s the perfect St. Paddy’s Day activity for preschoolers and kindergarteners.

Collage of St Patrick Day Printable Activities

What better way to combine learning and fun, than with our St. Patrick’s Day color by numbers worksheets? Kids must follow the color code to complete each picture and reveal the St. Patrick’s Day picture. This holiday is the perfect time to have fun, and these printables will help your kids do just that!

This St. Patrick’s Day math game would make a fun addition to any classroom or homeschool lesson! Your little ones have to ‘feed’ the leprechaun by matching different number cards to the correct leprechaun page. It’s a fun, hands-on way to work on number recognition, counting, and independent learning!

Printable Leprechaun Notes

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Thursday 15th of March 2018

Can I please get the jokes emailed to me? Thanks.

Sam T

Thursday 15th of March 2018

Hey Sally! Yes, just enter your email in the form at the end of the post and it will be emailed to you :)

Sharon Cox

Thursday 30th of March 2017

These are such adorable cards! Even though st. patrick's day has already passed, my children will love playing with these. Thank you for sharing with us!!

Sam T

Thursday 30th of March 2017

Of course. Glad you can still use them :)


Sunday 12th of March 2017

Our school district in CT no longer allows treats at school. For birthdays, parents can donate a book to the classroom - or come in and read a book. For parties, we do a theme related craft. With all the allergies, gluten and safety issues, it gets too complicated.

Sam T

Monday 13th of March 2017

Wow, these are all such wonderful ideas!! My boys both have food allergies, so I'm always having to provide an allergy friendly treat for every kids' party, which gets old fast. I would totally love to change up our school.


Thursday 9th of March 2017

Trust me, teachers don't want all those treats (and sugar-crazed kids) either.

Sam T

Thursday 9th of March 2017

Yes, maybe we just need to say something to all get on the same page!


Thursday 9th of March 2017

I hate all the extra candy. A lot of it just goes into the garbage, which is a waste. Something our elementary school does for Valentine's Day in lieu of exchanging cards and candy is a "Heart to Heart Market". Each class sets up a table where they sell items they have made or items donated by parents (I made simple sugar cookies this year, so there is still sugar, but it's your choice whether or not you want to buy it!), or even small toys/books children want to donate from their own collections. Each item is only 25 cents. So on the day of the market, we send a few dollars with our children and they get to spend it on whatever they want. All the money collected at the market then goes to charity.

Sam T

Thursday 9th of March 2017

Wow, Kaly, I LOVE this idea!! I always end up throwing away so much candy too. Maybe I should propose something like this for my son's school. Thanks for sharing!

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