Free puzzle games, stories, crafts, and printable activities for kids ages 4–12.

Celebrate Your SuperpowerCelebrate Your Superpower
At Highlights, we hold a vision for a more empathetic and optimistic world where all children have the resources and opportunities they need to become their best selves—curious, creative, caring, and confident. And we believe that today’s children are already on their way to becoming people who can play a role in creating that world. We hope this new collection, Celebrate Your Superpower, will help your children see themselves as having the ideas and abilities—superpowers, if you will—that will help them do good in the world. And don’t forget to don your own superhero cape, even if it’s invisible. We all know that you moms and dads are superheroes, fighting every day to keep your kids safe, well, and happy. We’re delighted to be able to partner with you in that. Here’s to a more optimistic, empathetic world!
Celebrate your superpower

2. Solve a Puzzle

While these super kids complete their rescue mission, try to find the circle-shaped objects in this Hidden Pictures puzzle. Ask your child to think of other things that are shaped like a circle.

sisters making a difference

3. Read about Sisters Making a Difference

You don’t have to be super-strong or be able to fly to help people. Read about three sisters who used their super kindness and pink flamingos to be superheroes for those struggling with hunger in their community. 

raise a climate change ranger

4. Raise a Climate-Change Superhero

Not all superheroes fight crime; some fight climate change! Read the steps  your family can take to help save the planet.

make robots

5. Make a Spinning Superhero

Make paper superheroes and watch them execute a stylish landing from up high. Ask your child what thing in nature these spinning heroes are similar to.

Do something for others

6. Do Something for Others

No matter how great or how small, performing an act of kindness is a wonderful way to be a superhero. Have your kids try one of the above ideas or come up with a few of their own. Then tell us what they did on

Write, Draw, or Talk About It

7. Write, Draw, or Talk About It

Invite your child to pick one or both of the above prompts. Then record, document, or save his creative work and share it with us on

superhero puzzle

8. Find the HIdden Objects

If your child was a superhero, what would their special power be? Ask them after you find all the hidden objects in this superhero puzzle.