St. Patrick’s Day is a great day to incorporate fun gross motor games. As someone who is always searching for different ways to incorporate movement with different themes I’ve decided to put some of my favorites all in one place so they are easy to access and easy for others to find. Here is the run down of some great looking St. Patrick’s Day gross motor activities!
St. Patrick’s Day Gross Motor Activities
The Rainbow Relay is a great way to get some movement in while learning the colors of the rainbow!
Sticking with the rainbow theme try Popping A Rainbow Alphabet Game and learn letters while moving.
The Clover Hop is the perfect way to get some of those wiggles out!
Rainbow Running adds a fun sensory component to the movement game!
The Rainbow Ribbon Run is a fun and simple way to move!
Try add yoga to your St. Patrick’s Day with St. Patrick’s Themed Yoga poses. You have to check out these ideas!
Are you looking for something that incorporates a little throwing check out the Rainbow Throwing Activities.
Looking for something fast, fun, and effective that needs very little space – check out these St. Patrick’s Day Brain Break Ideas.
The Rainbow Scavenger Hunt incorporates lots of gross motor moves!
Add a little math and movement with the Shamrock Number Line Scavenger Hunt.
The St. Patrick’s Day Gross Motor Math Activity is another fun way to add math with movement.
Get out some yarn and Hunt For The Pot O’Gold!
Use streamers to Weave Through The Rainbow.
Have some fun moving while you Dance Like a Leprechaun!
Check out this fun Rainbow May I Game to add a twist to the traditional Mother May I!
Try Musical Shamrocks and add a variety of gross motor moves!
Get St. Patrick’s Day Gross Motor Games
Check out these fun St. Patrick’s Day Gross Motor Games available in Pink Oatmeal’s shop and TpT store!
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