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PBS KIDS Activity Search

Find fun activities for kids including online games, coloring pages and printable activities.

Activity Search Results: 111-120 of 180

from Cyberchase
A fast paced game that improves pattern and elapsed time comprehension.
from Cyberchase
Engaging puzzle game that introduces the concept of point of view.
from Cyberchase
A fun and challenging puzzle.
from Cyberchase
A fun game that introduces the concept of bar graphs and scaling data
from Cyberchase
Your child can send in her own mysteries and become a member of the Cybersquad.
from Cyberchase
This game quizes kids on their knowledge of percent and fractions.
from Cyberchase
Can your kids figure out baby creatures' length?
from Cyberchase
This game shows how to use circles to find a point on a 2D plane (triangulation).
from Cyberchase
Protect the power station with patterns!
from Cyberchase
The citizens of Epicuria need your help in keeping this recipe top-secret!

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