Get hopping this Easter with Cut and Paste Easter Activities for the kids.
Cut and Paste Easter Activities with Easter Chicks
Cut and Paste Easter Activities with Hatching Chicks to complete. Color and cut out this hatching chick and then paste the chick back into the egg. Paste on colored paper and hang it on the fridge. The kids will be challenged cutting and pasting this Easter chick puzzle back together again. This Cut and Paste Easter Activity has lines in the shape of a jigsaw puzzle so careful attention to cutting will help the kids with their fine motor skills.
Cut and Paste Easter Bunnies
This bunny needs someone to paste his face, ears, eyes, nose, mouth and ears back onto him. Have the kids cut and paste the bunny back together again to complete him. Print out the Cut and Paste Easter Bunny Puzzle that resembles a jigsaw puzzle. Cut out the pieces following along the lines carefully and paste it back like you would a jigsaw puzzle.
Cut and Paste Easter Basket and Decorated Egg
This Easter basket needs some colored eggs, cut out these Easter eggs and paste them into the basket. Cut out the decorated Easter egg by following the jigsaw puzzle lines and paste it back onto colorful paper.
Fun Cut and Paste Activities for the kids at Easter Time.
Find lots of free printable writing paper for school, homework, letters, notes and journals. Choose from blank paper with borders, ruled paper, and seasonal writing paper. Print pages and staple them together or put them in a binder for everyday writing needs. Need some quick notepaper for those school agendas or to write to teachers? Keep the kids motivated with their chores by posting them on the fridge with fun writing paper. Having a party? We have party stationery to write special birthday messages.
Printable Writing Paper with Fun Animals
Choose from a variety of animal bordered writing papers to get the kids started on their writing activities. Use these for school projects, letters to friends, notes to teachers or for recording everyday tasks and chores. Kids can use the Shark Week bordered paper to write all about sharks. Kids will love writing stories or letters on these fun bordered papers and it just might help encourage the kids to write.
Ruled Paper for Printing Practice
Try these special ruled printable papers next time the kids have special writing assignments at school. There’s a variety to choose from with borders or regular lined paper. For the older kids there’s printable ruled paper with special messages. Great for writing to friends or family or just for writing down thoughts.
Bordered Blank Paper for Fun School Projects
For school classes that want to write about bullying, check out our “No Bullying” printable paper. Writing a note to the teacher or school bus driver, no problem, we have note paper especially for that. Welcome the kids back to school by handing out some “Back to School” or “Welcome Back” printable papers. Writing about a city or live in a special city that you want to write about, we have paper for that as well. Fun Earth Day printable papers for class projects and everyday.
Check out all our free writing paper and see if there is one that you may want to print for you or the kids. Keep seasonal and everyday paper handy for that last minute note.
Kids St. Patrick’s Day Activities
Choose from a variety of St. Patrick’s Day Activities with crafts, coloring pages, games, printables and more for the family to enjoy. Start off with printing St. Patrick’s Day Cards with leprechaun’s, rainbows, Luck of the Irish, Pot of Gold and even green sock monkey cards. More fun Cards http://www.kidscanhavefun.com/blog/st-patricks-day-printable-cards-leprechauns-shamrocks-luck-of-the-irish/2380/
Play St. Patrick’s Day Games with a gold coin gain to get the kids moving, the traditional Bingo game in Green with Lepreachaun’s and Shamrocks, Match up some St. Patty’s day characters in this match game, play Leprechaun dominoes or St. Patrick’s dominoes with the kids. These fun St. Patrick’s Day Activities help the little leprechaun’s stay entertained while learning.
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Challenge the kids with St. Patrick’s Day Tracing Worksheets . Trace leprechaun steps, shamrocks and words for St. Patrick’s day. Color the pictures afterwards. These St. Patrick’s Day Activities help kids learn familiar words that are used during St. Patrick’s Day time.
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Have fun with St. Patrick’s Day Photo Booth Props and say “Cheese” like the leprechaun’s do. Put on a leprechaun mustache and beard, or a green tie or hat. You’ll look funky in these green glasses and if you wear glasses you can tape them on and still see green!
Read more about our Photo Booth Props: http://www.kidscanhavefun.com/blog/st-patricks-day-photo-booth-props-mustache-leprechaun-props/2389/
Cut and Paste these fun St. Patrick’s Day Jigsaw Puzzles with Leprechaun’s and Pot of Gold pictures. Challenge the kids and mix up the puzzles and see if they can paste these characters back together again. See more http://www.kidscanhavefun.com/blog/st-patricks-day-puzzles-for-kids/1474/. Try our St. Patrick’s day crossword and word search puzzles as well.
Print St. Patrick’s Day Party printables for the home or school. Hang up a St. Patty’s Day banner or garland. Place green drink coasters under drinks or water bottles, wrap bottles, cups and candy bars with St. Patrick’s Day leprechaun’s. Hand out St. Patrick’s green treats in bags with Green Leprechaun treat toppers. Hand out shamrock hats and masks to help celebrate. Read more about our St. Patrick’s party http://www.kidscanhavefun.com/blog/saint-patricks-day-party-printables-for-kids/1496/.
These St. Patrick’s day mazes won’t be hard to pass through if you have the patience and skill. Choose from our pot of gold maze and help the leprechaun find his way to the treasure or help the St. Patty’s day cow find the last shamrock hidden inside the circled maze.
Find a variety of St. Patrick’s Day Activities with printable leprechaun door hangers, ruled paper, leprechaun best reader award and St. Patrick’s straw friends http://www.kidscanhavefun.com/blog/st-patricks-day-printables-2/1459/.
Use our simple shamrock template or pinwheel to make fun St. Patrick’s Day crafts http://www.kidscanhavefun.com/blog/st-patricks-day-crafts/1468/
Choose from a variety of St. Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages for the kids to color and decorate the house or school.
We even have St. Patrick’s Day Peanut/Nut Free labels, posters, stickers, treat labels and more for allergy awareness.
Find these and more St. Patrick’s Day Fun Activities. You never know maybe you’ll find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow!
Family Game Day with St. Patrick’s Day Games
Have a game day and enjoy playing St. Patrick’s Day Games with the whole family. Wear green and play St. Patrick’s Day games that will only cost you the ink and paper. Games can be fun and don’t have to cost a lot to play and spending time with family and friends is the added bonus!
Start off with a family favorite and play Green Bingo with leprechaun’s, clovers, rainbows, hats and everything green. There’s four game cards to pass out and there’s one for everyone. Choose from two Pictures and Words Cards for children that are learning their words but like pictures as well. One card has more pictures for the younger one. There’s a card with just pictures for the youngest child that can’t read yet and there’s a card with just words for the bigger kids that are good readers. Mom or dad can cut out the calling cards and read them to the players. First one to get a straight line yells BINGO.
Kids can play I Spy a Leprechaun game to see if they can find all the hidden treasures. Challenge the kids by saying I SPY a color that is green, blue, red….
Can you line up all the leprechauns or St. Patrick’s Day characters in these Green Dominoes games? Cute leprechaun’s in different scenes that will challenge the kids. Print all 32 domino cards and line up the matching pictures. Choose from St. Patrick’s Day or Leprechaun dominoes games.
Print both domino game sets and mix them together to take turns matching up the correct characters. Easy game for the little ones to play and stay challenged. Print on heavy cardstock or plain paper and laminate.
Use it as a cut and paste activity for the younger kids and glue on colored or plain paper.
Play a Leprechaun match game and see if you can find all of the matched cards that are facing down, don’t forget to take turns. Set up the match game cards on a table or floor faced down. Each player takes turn choosing two cards to see if they have a match.
Use Green Leprechaun Tic Tac Toe cards to play this classic game. Choose from two different Leprechaun’s to use as tokens.
One of our favorite St. Patrick’s Day Games is the new St. Patrick’s Gold Coin game. Get the kids moving and active and challenge them to hunt for the gold coin at the end of the rainbow. Start off by printing and cutting out all the pieces of the game. Fill a St. Patrick’s Treat Bag with chocolate coins. Use a clear plastic sandwich bag to add chocolate coins inside and then staple the top of the bag with one of the St. Patrick’s Gold Coin Bag Toppers. You can make one for each child playing the game. Hide the printable coins around the house and make sure to hide the gold coin in a good hiding spot that is not too easy to find. Set off the kids to start searching for the gold coin and the one who finds the gold coin gets to keep the chocolate coins at the end of the rainbow! Play the game again until all the kids find the gold coin.
Now ask the kids what was one of their favorite St. Patrick’s Day Games and remember this for next year.
Play St. Patrick’s Games with family and friends and see if you have the luck of the Irish!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day Cards with Leprechauns, Shamrocks, Sock Monkey & Luck of the Irish Messages
Surprise someone with a Happy St. Patrick’s Day Greeting Card you can print and send. Choose from a variety of DIY St. Patrick’s Day greeting card messages from Sock Monkeys, Leprechauns, Shamrocks, Luck of the Irish and more.
There’s a variety of St. Patrick’s Day cards with different folding instructions included. Pick from 4-sided cards you fold, double-sided cards and cards to print in black and white for the kids to color. Printing on cardstock works best for double-sided cards and you get two cards on one sheet. Kids will enjoy sending the St. Patrick’s Day Sock Monkey cards to family and friends. Ever see a leprechaun sock monkey?
Fun cards to send to family and friends and wish them a Happy St. Patty’s Day, easy to print, easy to fold, easy to send. Kids can hand out the cards to classmates and teachers as well and wish them Luck!
For those that prefer to send a St. Patrick’s Day card online, head over to our e-greetings and choose from a wide variety of cards to send.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
St. Patricks Day Printables – Easy to Print & Fun For All
St. Patricks Day Fun for the kids with Leprechaun Door Hangers, St. Patricks Day Flash Cards, Green Math, Leprechaun Door Hangers, Green & Gold Stickers, Holiday paper and more.
Print some St. Patrick’s Day Holiday paper in blank or ruled form. Kids can add it to their notebooks, school binders and activity folders for that holiday spirit.
Fun Leprechaun door hangers for anywhere in the home. Hang up a Leprechaun Toad with a Pot of Gold or a Lucky Leprechaun door hanger that has the message “Beware Leprechaun Inside”.
Teach the kids St. Patricks Day words with pictures and see how many they can remember with these St. Patrick’s Day flash cards.
Challenge the kids with Multiplication Math where they multiply shamrocks, Irish hats and pots of gold.
Reward the kids with a Best Reader Leprechaun Award for the most books read in a week. Big or Small readers can challenge themselves to all kinds of St. Patrick’s Day books.
Place a Shamrock or Leprechaun to any straw and make a green milkshake the kids will love. Add a fun character straw inside the drink and watch it disappear.
Print some fun sticker sheets and let the kids paste them to art projects. Choose from fun green characters and leprechauns.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Party Printables. Decorate the house with leprechaun cup wrappers, banners and drink coasters. Wear shamrock masks and green hats that are easy to print and make. Add Luck of the Irish treats to clear plastic bags and top them off with St. Patrick’s Day bag Labels. Add Treat Toppers to your favorite leprechaun deserts. Use a Green Candy Bar Wrapper to wrap a special candy bar that says “Love You” or “Happy St. Patrick’s Day”. Add chocolate gold coins inside a Rainbow Treat Box and hide it under someone’s pillow.
Fun St. Patricks Printables for the holiday season that the whole family can share.
St. Patrick’s Day Flash Cards with Pictures and Words
Challenge the kids with St. Patrick’s Day Flash Cards and have fun teaching them the words and pictures that are commonly used on St. Patrick’s Day. Kids will discover the difference between a shamrock and a clover. A shamrock is a symbol of Ireland that represents a three-leafed clover. If you find a four-leafed clover, you are considered lucky! See what a Leprechaun looks like. What are Leprechaun’s always looking for? Is it gold coins and a pot of gold? What do you usually find on a Leprechaun? Is it a hat? Where can you find a pot of gold if you look really hard? Is it at the end of a rainbow? What colors are in a rainbow? What month does St. Patrick’s Day fall on? and what day? Print out the flash cards on card stock and cut them out. Laminate the cards to preserve them for next year and see how much they know and learned.
Fun questions and storytelling you can use with the kids while displaying these fun DIY St. Patricks Day Flash Cards. Challenge the kids by helping them make their own St. Patrick’s Day Flash cards with pictures and words.
Challenge the kids with our St. Patricks Day Puzzles for kids. Print our word search or crossword puzzles and see if they can find all the St. Patty’s themed words. Try our jigsaw puzzles, just print, cut up and paste back together again.
St. Patricks Day Puzzles for Kids with Word Search
How many St. Patrick’s Day words do you think the kids can find? Challenge them with the St. Patty’s Cow Word Search puzzle. These words can be a bit tricky to find for any little leprechaun, but if they search hard enough they will find a pot of gold word.
St. Patricks Day Crossword Puzzle
The kids will no doubt find the answers to this St. Patrick’s Day Crossword. Familiar words that are used during this green time of year. Find the answers here.
St. Patrick’s Day Jigsaw Puzzles with Fun Green Characters
Print these fun Jigsaw Puzzles for St. Patrick’s day. Just print on card stock or plain paper, kids cut out the jigsaw by following the lines and paste on the pieces on colored or plain paper.
Choose from Leprechaun with Pot of Gold Jigsaw, St. Patrick’s day Cow or Dragon Jigsaw Puzzles.
Keep the kids busy with fun St. Patricks Day Word Puzzles for kids. Mark your calendar on March 17th.
St. Patrick’s Day Photo Booth Props will have the whole family having fun for picture day. Ensemble the whole family for some fun pictures with leprechaun hats, glasses, ties, beard, pipe, pot of gold and some shamrocks.
Leprechaun Glasses Photo Booth Props
Put on some green glasses to look like a leprechaun. Choose from two green styles. Cut out the glasses from the template and don’t forget to cut out the insides of the glasses so that everyone can see your beautiful eyes.
Leprechaun Mustaches Photo Booth Props
No leprechaun picture would be complete without a mustache. Choose from two shades of green and an orange one. What color makes you look more like a leprechaun?
St. Patrick’s Day Hats and Ties
Dress yourself up with some “Luck of the Irish” ties. Choose from two green bows and one green tie. If you wear these leprechaun hats you just might find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. There’s two styles to choose from.
Fun St. Patrick’s Day Photo Booth Props
Wear an orange leprechaun beard and pipe to look like a wise leprechaun. Hold a shamrock for good luck in one hand and a pot of gold in the other while you say “cheese”!
Print these fun St. Patrick’s day photo props and then stick a dowel or any stick to the back with tape. Now hold them up for the camera while you pose with the whole family. Makes a great family keepsake picture for St. Patrick’s Day. You can use the picture to make greeting cards as well to send to family and friends.
Smile you’re on Camera!
Food Worksheets with Cut and Paste Activities
Kids Cut and Paste Food Worksheets with a variety of food choices to cut up and paste. The kids can start off by cutting and pasting together a food pyramid with food choices that they think are best. They can learn about food and ingredients with cut and paste mealtime, cut and paste salads and cut and paste pizza food worksheets.
Cut and Paste Food Pyramid
Teach kids the Food Pyramid with healthy food choices they cut out and paste into the pyramid to make up a balance daily diet. Kids cut out all the food items and paste them into the correct food groups on the food pyramid diagram. The food pyramid consists of 7 groups.
Cut and Paste Fruit
There are two cut and paste fruit shapes food worksheets. Cut out the fruit and paste them into the correct fruit shapes. A perfect activity for the younger children. The cut and paste fruit salad worksheet has a fruit bowl and fruit items that can be colored and then cut out to be pasted into the bowl. When the food worksheets are done the children can display their fruit salad recipe on the fridge.
Cut and Paste Vegetables
Kids can cut up a vegetable salad and paste the items into a salad bowl. First they will need to color the vegetables before cutting out. Print more copies if you need more vegetables for your salad.
Cut and Paste Pizza
The kids can make their very own pizza with the ingredients they like by cutting and pasting the food ingredients onto the pizza. Next, challenge the kids with pizza fractions. Cut and paste the pizza fourths and paste each fourth onto the pizza. Each time a slice of pizza is pasted onto the pizza ask the children the fraction equivalent, i.e. what is one slice of pizza pasted? Is it one-fourth of pizza? Continue until all the pieces of pizza are pasted to make a whole pizza.
Cut and Paste Mealtime
Cut and paste mealtime is a fun food worksheet activity for the kids. With this activity worksheet, the kids can list the food items they would like for breakfast, lunch and Supper. Kids start off by cutting all the food items they wish to paste under the three mealtime categories. Remind them to choose wise choices that follows the recommended food guide for daily nutrition. The kids can color the food items with they have completed the worksheet. This activity can also be used to help with daily mealtime planning.
Help these chefs cook up some yummy deserts or main entrees by cutting out the menu items and pasting them onto the chefs platters to serve to the guests. What have the chefs cooked up for us today?
Cut and Paste Desserts
Why not prepare an ice cream cone by cutting out and pasting the ice cream scoops onto the cones. Make a super duper ice cream sundae with one of the cut and paste ice cream layers and don’t forget to put the cherry on top. Use the same ice cream layers and toppings to make a sundae. You might forget that the donuts are made out of paper, they look so real. Have the kids cut up a dozen or half-dozen and paste them into the donut box. Donuts anyone?
Kids can cut and paste a birthday cake for a friend, family member or a cuddly bear. First, cut out the number of candles for the cake and the correct birthday number topper. Second, cut out the cake and paste the candles and birthday number on the cake. Now hold up the cake and sing the “happy birthday” song.
These donuts look so yummy that the kids will think they’re real! Kids cut out six donuts and paste them into the donut box. Which donuts will they choose?
Kids will feel like little chefs with these fun cut and paste worksheets and will learn more about good food choices for everyday meals.