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PBS KIDS Activity Search

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

Activity Search Results: 91-100 of 180

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To save Oceania, your child must use negative numbers.
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How many disguises can be made from a few wigs and things?
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Maneuver the maze too slowly and time literally runs out.
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The tricky twists make this puzzle no small challenge.
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One small boat + lots of people = how many trips across?
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Can your child build a number bigger than Hacker's machine?
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Cover a great deal of area with these seven-shape puzzles.
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Power up discerning skills with this decoding challenge.
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Drive home navigation sense with a hunt to save Pleasant Island.
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Give your child a two-second warning. Then hide the mess!

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