Perfect for keeping the kids busy while waiting for the clock to strike midnight, our New Years 4-in-1 activity worksheet contains a New Years wordsearch, New Years maze, tic-tac-toe boards and a make a word activity. Guaranteed fun for all ages!
When it comes to pencil games, there are a few classics that can be enjoyed by kids and grown ups of all ages. Print out our Tic Tac Toe sheets and our Dots game sheets for hours of fun while waiting at the dentist, taking a road trip, sitting around the campfire, or just spending some quality time together. Click on the images below to view and print full size.
March 2nd is Dr. Suess’ birthday and in celebration the NEA has declared March 2 as Read Across America day. We have rounded up the best Dr. Seuss printable activities from all across the web to go with your Dr. Seuss celebrations!
And whether you are going to have a classroom party to celebrate the fabulous Dr. Suess or you want to use it as a birthday party theme for your child, there are some really affordable and fun Dr. Seuss birthday party supplies available. Some of our favorite Dr. Seuss items are:
Attention grown ups – be sure to get out and vote this week! And kids, use our Election Day printable worksheet to learn a little bit about the political system too. How many words can you make from Democrat? How about Republican? Have fun making words from the two political party names and color in their donkey and elephant mascots, too.
Click on the image to view and print the Election Day Worksheet full size.
More Election Day printables and classroom activities:
Dust off those backpacks and sharpen your pencils! Back-to-school time is just around the corner and we have got a great word search to get you back into the school mode.
Teachers and substitute teachers, did you know that Printables4Kids activities are a perfect companion for your classroom? Feel free to make copies and use them in conjunction with lesson plans, as rewards, or for quiet time activities as needed.
Our Halloween Code Breaker (or Crypto-Quiz) activity is the perfect activity for a Halloween party game, a classroom activity or a challenger for the big kids. I would recommend this type of activity for kids 8 & up – and grown-ups, too. Use the starter letters to help you figure out which letters are which and decode 10 very common Halloween words. Stuck? Look in the comments below for the list of answers. Click on the image below to view and print full size.
Get ready to root for your favorite countries at the Summer Olympics! Print out this Olympic worksheet and get 3 activities in one! First, identify 10 country flags. Then add their country codes to the chart. Once the games begin use the worksheet to keep a tally of gold, silver and bronze medals awarded by country.
This Easter printable activity is another one of the very popular 4-in-1 activity sheets we have created just for Printables4Kids. Color the Easter Bunny, play tic-tac-toe, do an Easter word search and see how many words you can make from Easter Bunny – all on one printable sheet. Perfect for the classroom, Easter gatherings and for putting in Easter baskets.
My girls love the popular book series, Junie B. Jones! I just found that the Junie B. site has all sorts of fun printable activity sheets. Activities include a word jumble, word search, tic-tac-toad, a joke book, a picture search and more. Additionally, you can send an Junie B. e-card, color online with Junie B. and take the Junie B. Jones trivia quiz.
Just in time for Valentine card exchanges, parties, and festivities, I have created a Valentine’s pencil fun page. This printable Valentine’s page has four great activities on one sheet – decorate your heart, tic-tac-toe, a word search and how many words can you make.
If you liked Antz or A Bug’s Life, the new Dreamworks movie, Bee Movie, starring Jerry Seinfeld and Renee Zellweger will probably be on your must see list this weekend. The movie’s official website has some cute games, but also has four printable activity sheets for kids – Humor from the Hive, Sum it Up, Time to Fly (spot the difference), and What’s the Buzz (a fun fill in).
In order to find the printable activities, go to the official Bee Movie site and click on Games in the navigation. From there you select Activity Sheets to get to the individual printouts.
At the beginning of the summer, I offered a free activity e-book to all subscribers to Printables4Kids. Even though summer is over, the e-book is still perfect for rainy days, classroom enrichment and just fun – and it’s now available for everyone!! This site features the version for school age kids (get the school age kids printable activity book), but you can get another one, specifically for preschool age kids at FreeStuff4Kids.
The Ratatouille (rat-a-too-ee) movie is getting rave reviews and we hope to get to the movies some time this week to see it. In the mean time, I was checking out the Disney site and found this wonderful, 19-page, printable activity book of Ratatouille fun! I can’t seem to grab the direct link, but it is under downloads.
If you happen to have a Young Chef’s Academy near by, they are featuring Ratatouille themed activities, parties, and plenty of prizes. YCA is also a partner in “The Big Cheese Tour” – an interactive experience highlighted by games, cooking demonstrations, “making-of” kiosks, and more – including a chance to slide down a 25′ cheese slide!
While sitting in the dentist office today, I picked up a copy of Family Fun magazine. I was flipping through when I saw that the Family Fun website has a whole section on printables. I checked it out when I got home and they have some great activities! Some of my favorites are:
Randa Clay of FreeStuff4Kids.net and I have been working really hard on a secret project for the past few weeks. With summer on our doorstep, we know that the kids will be looking for things to do. We have created two printable Summer Fun Books (one for younger kids and one for older kids) full of great activities for your kids – word searches, coloring pages, pencil fun activities and more. But, they are exclusive activities that we have created as a thank you to our subscribers.
Yes, in order to get access to these fun activity books you have to subscribe to our feeds – either via a reader or you can have it delivered via email, too.
If you have already subscribed, just view our feeds via your reader (or your email) and look for the link at the bottom that says “Bonus“. Follow that link to gain access to the printables. If you are having trouble with it, please leave me a comment here and I will get in touch with you.
Got boys? Monster Jam Online has some printable activities that the big boys are sure to love! This year’s pack includes a monster truck Word Search, Crossword puzzle, and Create Your Own Story activity.
If you like the game Boggle, then you will love these two pencil games. Start with any letter in the grid and make words by moving up, down, side to side, or diagonally from block to block. No skipping blocks to get to a letter.
Get ready to giggle as you do our version of a MadLib story – we like to call them “AdLibs”! This one is all about a trip to the farm.
The story contains blank spaces. Ask your partner to give you words to fill in the blanks (don’t tell them what the story is about or read the story aloud yet). Once all the blanks are filled in, read the whole story aloud! Get ready for a good laugh!