Funny St. Patrick’s Day Jokes for Kids

Looking for some funny St. Patrick’s Day jokes for kids? Check out our collection of jokes that are sure to get everyone laughing!

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Short jokes

Q. Why did the leprechaun cross the road?
A. To get to the other side!

Q: What’s a leprechaun’s favorite book?
A: “The Adventures of Lucky Charms”

Q: Who is never hungry on St. Patrick’s Day?
A: A Leprechaun, he’s always full of Lucky Charms!


Q. Why can’t you iron a four-leaf clover?
A. You should never press your luck!

Q. What do you call a leprechaun with eight gold coins?
A. A octopus!

Q. How does a leprechaun make his coffee?
A. With golden honey and rainbow sprinkles!

Q. How much gold can a leprechaun carry in his pocket?
A. Only enough to fill the pocket!


Q. What do you get if you cross a leprechaun with a dinner jacket?
A. A tuxedo with a lilt!

Q. How do you know if a leprechaun has been in your school?
A. All your pencils are sharpened and there’s green candy everywhere!

Q. Where does a one-armed leprechaun buy his shirts?
A. At the second-hand store!

Q. Why did the leprechaun cross the road?
A. To get to the other side of the rainbow!


Word games

Do you know any good word games? Here are some of our favorites:

-I Spy: Look around the room and find something that starts with the letter “A.” Take turns finding objects that start with each letter of the alphabet.

-Scavenger Hunt: Make a list of things to find, such as a green object, something that starts with the letter “S,” something that is soft, etc. See who can find all the items on the list first.

-Tongue Twisters: Try to say these phrases as fast as you can:She sells seashells by the seashore.How much wood would a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood?I saw Susie sitting in a shoeshine shop. Edward and Edwina went to Italy by bicycle.

Physical games

There are plenty of great physical games that kids can enjoy on St. Patrick’s Day. Here are a few of our favorites:

-St. Patrick’s Day Scavenger Hunt: This is a great game for kids of all ages. Hide shamrocks or other St. Patrick’s Day-themed items around the house or yard and let the kids search for them. You can make the game more difficult by providing clues instead of simply hiding the objects in plain sight.

-Pot of Gold Toss: This is a simple game that can be played with just a few supplies. You’ll need a small pot, some gold coins (or other small object), and something to throw the coins into the pot with (a bean bag, small ball, etc.). Line up the kids and see who can get the most coins into the pot. The player with the most points at the end wins!

-St. Patrick’s Day Piñata: Fill a piñata with fun St. Patrick’s Day treats like candy, gold coins, and green balloons. Then let the kids take turns trying to break it open. Be sure to supervision children during this activity to avoid any injuries.


Paddy’s Trivia:
What does the Irish flag represent?
The Irish flag is green, white, and orange. Green represents the Catholic side of Ireland, white represents the Protestant side, and orange represents the peace between them.

What is the name of Ireland’s capital city?
Ireland’s capital city is Dublin.

What is the name of Ireland’s National Anthem?
Ireland’s National Anthem is “The Soldier’s Song”.

How many counties are in Ireland?
There are 26 counties in Ireland.


These St. Patrick’s Day jokes for kids are perfect for the classroom or a St. Patty’s Day celebration. The jokes are all about leprechauns, shamrocks, and pots of gold. They’re also easy to remember, so your kids can tell them over and over again.

Make a shamrock

To make a shamrock, you will need:

-Green construction paper
-Glue or tape


1.Cut a shamrock shape out of the green construction paper. You can make your shamrock as big or small as you want.
2.Cut out three small heart shapes from the green construction paper. These will be the shamrock’s leaves.
3.Glue or tape the three hearts onto the shamrock, spacing them evenly around the edge of the shamrock’s shape.
4.Your shamrock is now complete! You can hang it up as decoration, or give it to someone special as a lucky charm.

Make a leprechaun trap

You’ll need:
A large cardboard box
Green paint
Construction paper
Stickers (optional)
1. Paint the outside of the box green. Let it dry.
2. Cut a door and windows out of the front of the box.
3. Decorate the inside of the box with green construction paper and stickers (optional).
4. Tape the box shut.
5. Put your trap somewhere you think a leprechaun might visit. Check it often!

Decorate a shirt

You will need:
-A green shirt
-White felt
-Green felt
-Fabric glue
-A black Sharpie

1. Cut a shamrock shape out of the green felt.
2. Cut a stem and leaves out of the white felt.
3. Glue the shamrock onto the shirt.
4. Glue the stem and leaves onto the shamrock.
5. Use the black Sharpie to add details, like dots on the shamrock or lines on the stem and leaves.

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