Do you need ideas for St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Boards for your classroom? St. Patrick’s Day bulletin boards will usually feature cutouts of shamrocks, leprechaun hats, rainbows, pots og gold, gold coins, and horseshoes. The general themes of these bulletin boards are about being lucky and about being worth more than gold.
Color matches for St. Patrick’s Day bulletin boards are green and yellow or green and gold. Green is the main color that is featured for letters, and bulletin board decorations like border trims and paper fans.
I love to find beautiful classroom bulletin board ideas. As an Amazon affiliate, I may earn a commission for purchases using my links. The ideas and paid links below are based on Amazon finds that are great for making St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Boards.
St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Boards From Amazon
Every Day is Lucky in Second Grade (or any grade) bulletin board: Use this phrase about every day being a luck day for any grade level. The teacher used this set of cutouts and the letters for the word ‘lucky’. She printed the other letters on patterned paper.
A tapestry bulletin board: I always say that tapetries can be used to make instant low prep bulletin boards. You just have to find a tapestry that has a message that is great for St. Patrick’s Day and the classroom. Do not use any that has images of beer. This Happy St. Patrick’s Day tapestry features shamrocks, a pot of gold, a leprechaun hat, and a horseshoe.
Be a Rainbow in Someone Else’s Coud bulletin board: You can use posters to make a St. Patrick’s Day bulletin board: This beautiful bulletin board was created with this pair of Sproutbrite classroom posters.
Simple Happy St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Board: Just use green letters on a yellow backround. Use the letters to make a simple greeting like ‘Happy St. Patrick’s Day’ in your bulletin board. The hats, shamrocks and other cutouts in this St. Patrick’s Day bulletin board came from this set of cutouts.
March Birthday bulletin board: This is a St. Patrick’s Day birthday bulletin board for students born in march. This bulletin board set was used to make it. It came with so many shamrocks that they wre used to make a border and used as cutouts.The students’ names are on the shamrocks and they are also listed on the sheet in the center of the display. There is a note added that says, ‘Happy birthday to our lucky charms, you are worth more than gold’.
Shamrock bulletin board: A large set of shamrocks was to to create this wall display hat says ‘Lucky to Have You Here’.
Printable St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Boards
See all of the bulletin boards that are printable and editable here in this blog post. I really enjoyed making them and if there are any types, you’d like me to create for you, just put it in the comments, I’m here to help. But first check out the ones that are already listed there.
I hope this has helped you get ideas for St. Patrick’s Day Bulletin Boards. If you have any questions, you can ask me anything in the comments below. For making your bulletin boards stay up on cinder block walls, I have some helpful tips in this blog post.
Check out my printables for St. Patrick’s Day. They are from my TpT collection. You get to download them instantly upon purchase and they can be used for years because you’ll have lifetime access to the files.
See lots of other St. Patrick’s Day blog posts here.