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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 242

from Boohbah
Clap your hands! Stomp your feet! Let's all dance to the Boobah beat!
from Boohbah
What does the popcorn dance look like? Or the juice dance? Let your child take the lead.
from Boohbah
Play Follow the Leader the Boobah way.
from Boohbah
Freeze like a statue when you hear
from Caillou
Where, oh where, are Gilbert, Teddy, and Rexy hiding?
from Caillou
Inspire your young author to chronicle a day with Caillou.
from Caillou
Practice cutting, coloring, and dressing with Caillou & Rosie.
from Caillou
Musical letters will inspire your child to master the keyboard.
from Caillou
Caillou can't go out to play until your child picks a fit outfit.
from Caillou
Watch shape and color skills blossom with this leaf matching game.

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