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St. Patrick’s Day Kids Jokes Activity Pages

This fun St. Patrick’s Day kids activity will keep your kids busy (and laughing) during the month of leprechauns, rainbows and gold.

This fun St. Patrick's Day decoding activity will keep your kids busy (and laughing) during the month of leprechauns, rainbows and gold.  Perfect for elementary school aged kids!

One of my most popular blog post this time of year is my round up of 60+ St. Patrick’s Day themed coloring pages, activity pages and crafts. This year I thought it would be fun to add my own activity to the group and I know your kids are going to love it!

I love coming up with fun activities for my kids to do that are holiday themed. These St. Patrick’s Day secret messages (aka kids jokes) pages are perfect for this time of year. They are sure to have your kids laughing while they try to decode the joke and then the answer!

This fun St. Patrick's Day decoding activity will keep your kids busy (and laughing) during the month of leprechauns, rainbows and gold.  Perfect for elementary school aged kids!

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You can find the answers to each of the St. Patrick’s Day decoding activities below:

Joke 1: What kind of music do leprechauns love? Sham-rock!

Joke 2: What kind of bow can’t be tied? A Rainbow

Joke 3: What type of spells do leprechaun witches cast? Lucky Charms!

This fun St. Patrick's Day decoding activity will keep your kids busy (and laughing) during the month of leprechauns, rainbows and gold.  Perfect for elementary school aged kids!

If you don’t have time to print these off and let the kids figure out the jokes on their own, you could also just include one of the jokes with their lunch or tell them sometime during the day! This is a fun way to incorporate a little St. Patrick’s Day kids activity fun for your kids.

Looking for more St. Patrick’s Day inspiration? Be sure to check out some of the other fun St. Patrick’s Day posts here on my blog:

“You Got Lucky” Notes Printable (can also be used for secret service or random acts of kindness)

Rainbow String Art

“I Might Not Be Irish…” Printable

St. Patrick’s Day Books for Kids (ages 3-10)

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12 Comments

  1. What a fun idea!! Saving this to use in a few years (since my daughter is still a little to young right now to really appreciate this!) But I love having fun things to celebrate the ‘smaller’ holiday.

  2. I shared with my students in the school library. They loved it, but said there is a mistake in first question, loke for like.

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