Free puzzle games, stories, crafts, and printable activities for kids ages 4–12.
2. Solve a Puzzle
This family is helping their community by keeping their neighborhood leaf-free. Find the hidden objects in this picture, then help your child find ways to clean up your own neighborhood.
3. Listen to a Story
One hundred years ago, women won the right to vote. Unfortunately, there was still a long way to go before everyone in the country was given a voice in our government. Listen to this story about Katharine Wentworth Ruschenberger and the part she played in securing womens’ voting rights. Then, talk with your child about the importance of voting.
5. Write a Letter to Your Senator
It’s never too early to teach a child to stand up for their beliefs. Read here how to write to a senator or representative about your concerns or to thank them for doing a great job!
9. Search the Scene
Elections are for more than just presidents—they’re for local and state leaders, too. After your child finds all the hidden objects in the scene, take a moment to discuss the influence these local politicians have on our daily lives.