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PBS KIDS Activity Search

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

Activity Search Results: 161-170 of 180

from Clifford The Big Red Dog
Help build your child's self-esteem by making a personalized paper wind sock to display and enjoy.
from Curious George
Get George to juggle by clicking on the right number of fruit.
from Curious George
Take this shape-sorting challenge, and enjoy monkey-ing around with George.
from Curious George
Teach your child about the natural world using curiosity and science skills.
from Curious George
Discuss the concepts of natural and people-made with your child.
from Curious George
Can you count and catch these super bouncy balls?
from Curious George
Count your way to Curious George's party.
from Cyberchase
Your child will lead Team Motherboard to victory!
from Cyberchase
Put on your thinking caps and get to work on these windows
from Fizzy's Lunch Lab
Fizzy's Balance Bots are all mixed up! Balance their meals so they can dance.

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    Cardboard Rings

    Help your child turn their favorite shapes into adorable rings!


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    Decadent Fudge Brownies

    Next time your family needs a brownie fix, these brownies will definitely hit the spot.


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    DIY Spinning Carousel

    Want to make a fun DIY toy that moves? This kinetic carousel spins wildly and demonstrates potential and kinetic energy.