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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 242

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Follow Po's lead with a march to practice directions.
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Fill your child's tummy with this yummy make-together treat.
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Challenge your child to mirror back your every movement.
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Make your own Bonker Bubble Mix; then pick out unusual wands.
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The Teletubbies have the rules for favorite kids games.
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Join hands, and get musical with these lively circle songs.
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Pin down some baking skills with premade cookie or bread dough.
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Silver bells and cockle shells ... and paper flowers all in a row.
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Turn those spare soda bottles into a backyard bowling game.
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Make homemade blocks

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