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PBS KIDS Activity Search

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

Activity Search Results: 61-70 of 242

from Barney and Friends
Build a castle with your aspiring architect. No hammer required.
from Barney and Friends
Up... Down... Put your child behind the controls of a submarine.
from Barney and Friends
This recycling game teaches good manners and good matching.
from Barney and Friends
Does a boat float on the road? Your child knows the answer.
from Barney and Friends
Combat tantrums by understanding feelings. This game can help.
from Barney and Friends
This shape recognition game is a walk in the park.
from Barney and Friends
A click of the mouse is all it takes to paint beautiful pictures.
from Barney and Friends
Turn up the volume! Your child will love this virtual xylophone.
from Barney and Friends
What does your family do together? Add your own lyrics to this song.
from Boohbah
Color, print and cut out Storyworld backgrounds and characters - make up your own stories

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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.