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Funny St. Patrick’s Day Facts for kid

It’s March. It’s the month is when we celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. This is a celebration of Saint Patrick, the patron saint. Saint Patrick.

Each every year St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on the 17th of March. St. Patrick’s Day is an enjoyable day full of green parades, traditional parades and more to commemorate Irish traditions and heritage. Learn more about the reasons people are celebrating St. Patrick’s Day and Saint Patrick with these fun St. Patrick’s Day Facts for kids.

Cute characters vector art illustration. “Happy St. Patrick’s Day” handwriting text and cute boys in Saint Patrick’s Day costume sending gifts.

What is Saint Patrick?

Saint. Patrick is a patron saint of Ireland. Patrons are those who provides financial or other assistance to a person or group, cause, or other activity. He is believed to have brought an understanding of the Christianity belief system to Ireland.

Saint. Patrick was born in the city of Bannaavem, Taberniae England in around 386 AD. He died on March 17, in 460 AD.

At the age of 16 at the age of 16, he was kidnapped and taken in the hands of the Irish and sold to slavery. He was taken to Ireland and became an oxen.

When he was 22 He escaped his shackle at the age of 22.

Sanit Patrick committed himself to the Christian faith. He was a student at a monastery in Le’rins on along the coastline of France as well as with Saint Germanicus the French bishop in France.

Saint Patrick returned to Ireland in his 30s to propagate Christianity.

The Legends of Saint. Patrick

Legend has it that Saint. Patrick used a shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity to the Irish. The clover was used by him to symbolize three different components ( three leaflets in the clover) that are the same. The first leaf represented God the Father the second leaf the Son and the third leaf was The Holy Spirit.

There are many myths surrounding St. Patrick. One legend states it was that the saint drove serpents from Ireland. The truth is that he didn’t actually drive actual snakes away from Ireland. The snakes symbolize the pagan people who he changed to Christianity.

Why do we celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day?

Saint Patrick’s Day also known as St. Patrick Feast Day is observed on March 17th to mark the anniversary of the death of Sanit Pat’s.

St. Patrick’s Feast Day was declared an official holiday in the 17th century. The celebration is celebrated in those who belong to the Catholic Church, Anglican Communion Church, Eastern Orthodox Church as well as The Lutheran Church.

Shamrocks

The shamrock is a plant that has its leaves divided in three leaves. As per the Guinness Book of World Records the highest number of leaves that were found on a shamrock was. This was found by Shigeo Obara from Japan.

The shamrock has become an emblem of St. Patrick’s Day due to the fact that there is a belief the belief that St. Patrick used the Shamrock to explain his understanding of the Holy Trinity.

Legend has it that the sight of a four-leaf clover during St. Patrick’s Day will bring luck.

Each cloverleaf is a different symbol. The first leaf is a symbol of hope, while the second leaf is a symbol of faith, the third is love, and the fourth leaf represents luck.

St. Patrick’s Day Facts for Kids

As we consider the St. Patrick’s Day color green is the first color that is the first color that comes to the mind. However, the first St. Patrick’s Day color was blue, and it’s actually the truth. In Irish myths and stories the color green was the color worn by immortals and fairies. It was thought that wearing green helped the plants grow more efficiently and provide a large amount of food. Thus, the color change from blue into green around the beginning of the 19th century.

It is traditional to wear green during Saint Patrick’s Day.

Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated with parades, festivals carnivals, treasure hunts as well as dances and food.

St. Patrick’s Day celebrations occur throughout Ireland and across the world. Canada, Japan, Montserrat (Caribbean island), New Zealand, Australia, Russia, Great Britain, Argentina, Switzerland, South Korea, and the United States.

Entertainment St. Patrick’s Day Facts for kids

It’s March, which is the month is when we celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day. This is a celebration of Saint Patrick, patron saint of the Irish, Saint Patrick.

Each every year St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated on the 17th of March. St. Patrick’s Day is an exciting day filled with green parades, traditional parades and more to commemorate Irish traditions and the Irish culture. Find out the reason people commemorate St. Patrick’s Day and Saint Patrick with these fun St. Patrick’s Day Facts for kids.

who is Saint Patrick?

Saint. Patrick had been a patron saint of Ireland. Patrons are people who provides financial or other assistance to a person or organization, cause or other activity. He is believed to have brought an understanding of the Christianity belief system to Ireland.

Saint. Patrick was born at Bannaavem in Taberniae England about 386 AD. He died on the 17th of March of 460 AD.

At 16 years old, at the age of 16, he was kidnapped and taken at the age of 16 by Irish and sold to slavery. He was transported to Ireland and was employed as a shepherd.

In the age group of 22 at the age of 22, he was freed from his shackles at the age of 22.

Sanit Patrick committed himself to the Christian faith. He attended a monastic institution in Le’rins on along the coastline of France as well as with Saint Germanicus who was a French Bishop from France.

Saint Patrick returned to Ireland in his 30s to promote Christianity.

Stories of Saint. Patrick

Legend states that Saint. Patrick used a shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity to the Irish. The clover was used to symbolize three distinct components ( three leaflets from the clover) of the same entity. The first leaf represents God the Father The second leaf represented the Son and the third leaf was The Holy Spirit.

There are many myths surrounding St. Patrick. One myth claims the legend that St. Patrick drove snakes away from Ireland. It’s not true that he drove real snakes from Ireland. Snakes are a symbol of the pagans who he changed to Christianity. Check out How To Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Like A True Irish

Why we Celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day?

Saint Patrick’s Day also known as St. Patrick Feast Day is observed on the 17th of March in celebration of the anniversary of the death of Sanit Patrick.

St. Patrick’s Feast Day became an official holiday in the 17th century. The day is observed in those who belong to the Catholic Church, Anglican Communion Church, Eastern Orthodox Church and The Lutheran Church.

Shamrocks

A shamrock plant that’s leaves are split into 3 leaflets. As per the Guinness Book of World Records the largest number of leaves discovered on a shamrock is 56. The shamrock was first discovered by Shigeo Obara from Japan.

The shamrock has become symbol of St. Patrick’s Day due to the fact that there is a belief the belief that St. Patrick used the shamrock to illustrate what he believed to be the Holy Trinity.

Legend has it that the sight of a four-leaf clover during St. Patrick’s Day will bring luck.

Each cloverleaf is a different symbol. The first leaf symbolizes hope, while the second leaf symbolizes faith, while the third leaf symbolizes love, while the fourth one represents luck.

St. Patrick’s Day Facts for Kids

Photo taken in Peoria, United States

As we consider the St. Patrick’s Day color green is the first color that springs to our minds. But the original St. Patrick’s Day color was blue, which is the truth. In Irish myths and legends, green was the color worn by immortals and fairies. It was thought that wearing green could help the crops to grow better and produce more food. Thus, the color change from blue into green around the beginning of the 19th century.

It is a tradition to wear green during Saint Patrick’s Day.

Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated by parades, festivals carnivals, treasure hunts, carnivals as well as dances and food. Check out Leprechaun Information for Kids

St. Patrick’s Day celebrations are celebrated throughout Ireland and across the world. Canada, Japan, Montserrat (Caribbean island), New Zealand, Australia, Russia, Great Britain, Argentina, Switzerland, South Korea, and the United States.

Leprechauns

Did you realize that an leprechaun is a sort of fairytale from Irish folklore?

Leprechauns are part of the mythology of Tuatha Danann. Tuatha De Danann can be described as a kind of person in Irish mythology. The legend says that Leprechauns wear green clothing with brown boots and a top-hat.

Legend states that leprechauns are the ones who are the only ones who make shoes. They stash their cash in a pot that is hidden from view of gold at the bottom of their rainbow. Leprechauns believe to possess particular powers. If you spot one, they’ll give you three wishes to be removed.

Do you want to know how to take on the leprechaun? Click here to find Leprechaun traps strategies.

Are you looking for a rainbow this St. Patrick’s Day? If you spot the end of the rainbow, gold, a pot of gold could await you. Take a look at these amazing information about the rainbow for children here.

St. Patrick’s Day in the United States

All are Irish every day of Saint Patrick’s Day in the U.S.

A staggering 34 million Americans are Irish. That’s more than the total population who live in Ireland!

Boston Massachusetts has the highest amount of Irish people within the United States.

There are numerous Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations in the United States. A lot of states have festivals, parades, and even parties.

First St. Patrick’s Day parade wasn’t in Ireland however, but in Boston Massachusetts. The first parade was held in 1737! Learn more about how to Make a Rainbow Out of Fruit Loops, Cute Rainbow Craft for kids

New York City located in New York has one of the biggest St. Patrick’s Day parades around the globe.

In Chicago in the city of Chicago, it is said that the Chicago River gets temporarily dyed green in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day.

Many Americans enjoy corned beef as well as the cabbage during St. Patrick’s Day.

41.4 billion pounds of cattle are processed each year to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. The majority of beef produced in the United States comes from Texas.

2.5 million pounds of cabbage are grown during St. Patrick’s Day. Most of the cabbage that is grown in the United States is grown in California.

The former United States President Barack Obama is a native of Irish.

Details About Ireland

Ireland is an island. Due to the numerous green fields. The nickname for Ireland is”the Emerald Isle. Dublin is known as the capital city of Ireland. In Dublin there is a celebration of St. Patrick’s Day Festival between March 15th and 19th.

The celebrations were held during St. Patrick’s Day festivals people wore shamrocks on their caps and jackets. Children wear white, green and orange as to represent their national colors. Girls wear green ribbons tied around their hair.

Ireland is also the one nation with an instrument of music (the Harp) as its national symbol.

The origins for Halloween originate from the Irish.

Snakes aren’t native to Ireland. They don’t live there in the wild.

Saint Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages

Print and colour these fantastic Saint Patrick’s Day Coloring Pages