Scattergories is one of our favorite family games, we just love it. So we thought we would create our own St Patrick’s Day scattergories to have fun with.
Let’s add a little competition to this St Patrick’s Day and play St Patrick’s Day scattergories. This free printable is a great game the whole family will love. Younger children can always work together with either an older sibling or a parent.
If you don’t already own the game by Hasbro, I highly recommend you get it. Scattergories is such a fun game for the whole family.
There are 4 St Patrick’s Day scattergories boards to print out and play with, perfect for kids and adults of all ages.
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What is the game scattergories?
Scattergories are a really simple fun word game that can be enjoyed with both kids and adults, therefore making them a great family game.
Every game starts with the same letter and you have to answer the questions (as quickly as possible) that begin with that letter.
The aim is to find an answer that no one else has, so you get bonus points!
Playing St Patrick’s Day Scattergories with the kids
If you don’t have the original game, these four printables are all you will need to have lots of fun this St Patrick’s Day.
Download the free printables below, if the email doesn’t come through within 5 minutes please check your junk folder.
Print out the St Patrick’s Day scattergories below, it will print out on 4 full pages. Make sure to check the printer settings.
Paper or Card – the printables work perfectly on copy paper so you can easily write on them. These all fit onto one full sheet of paper, so there is no need for cutting. If you want them to look professional though printing on cardstock will be better, the one I have linked to is what we use.
Grab some pens to fill out the boards, and more importantly, have FUN.
Included in the download are the four St Patrick’s Day scattergories with the following letters at the top:
All of the boards have the same categories:
- Something lucky
- Leprechaun name
- Something green
- Something Irish
- Place in Ireland
- Leprechaun home
- Green food
You will also enjoy our free if I were a leprechaun writing activity.
What are the Rules for Scattergories?
If you are not familiar with the game, the object of the game is to fill out a category list with answers that begin with the same letter. You score points if no one else has the same answer.
The winner of course is the one with the most points.
The official game comes with a 20-sided die with different letters on it. This letter is the first letter of each of your answers on the category list.
If you don’t have the game Scattergories we have included 4 different printable boards for you to play with. Print out one for each family member and have so much fun seeing what answers you come up with.
You also don’t need the 20-sided die as we have included the letters at the top of each of the boards.
Download the free St Patrick’s Day scattergories boards
Feel free to print out as many as you wish, just make sure you have lots of fun.
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