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PBS KIDS Activity Search

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

Activity Search Results: 151-160 of 242

from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Create body awareness with a life-size replica of your child.
from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Compose sound patterns for a lesson in listening skills.
from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
With a little clever recycling, your child can make a new toy.
from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Launch a science lesson with this easy-to-make rocket.
from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Craft jewelry — and fine motor skills — with leftover straws.
from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Shake up dessert with this fast and kid-friendly recipe.
from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Slow down on a hot summer day to make juice Popsicles.
from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Top off breakfast with a look at individual preferences.
from Reading Rainbow
This print-and-color bookmark holds your place with a rainbow.
from Teletubbies
Hop, hop, hopping — can your child balance without toppling?

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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.