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

Just Keep DancingJust Keep Dancing
Are you feeling like you’re in a bit of a slump—the Coronavirus Slump? A lot of us are. Maybe you’re experiencing a dip in that optimistic, we’ll-get-through-this-together attitude, which would be both understandable and forgivable. Or perhaps it’s a physical slump from sitting on the couch or at your desk too long. Well, we have some helpful ideas to improve the entire family’s mood. We’re calling it “Just Keep Dancing.” What raises our spirits more or gives us a burst of energy like music and dance? There are so many ways you can go with these ideas, without adding much to your to-do list. And each one will help your kids move their bodies, use their creativity, and improve their mood.
just keep dancing

1. Just Keep Dancing

Watch this video for tips on getting the whole family moving.

solve a dance puzzle

2. Solve a Puzzle

Sing a song as you try this Hidden Pictures puzzle. Then put together your own family band—unusual instruments and funny dance steps welcome!

read a poem

3. Read a Poem

Let nature teach your kids some dance moves! Read this poem, then see if your kids can imitate each move.  

take a song quiz

4. Take a Fun Quiz

Find out what kind of song you are, then make up a dance to go with it! 


make wind chimes

5. Make Woodsy Wind Chimes

Make these colorful wind chimes, then move to their music. 


Do something for others

6. Do Something for Others

Share some joy. Have your kids try one of these ideas or come up with a few of their own. Then tell us what they've done on

Write, Draw, or Talk About It

7. Write, Draw, or Talk About It

Invite your child to pick one or both of these prompts, then record, document, or save their creative work and share it with us on

share with us

8. Share With Us

Do your kids have a favorite dance or way to move? We'd love to know about it! Send your kids' dance-related poems, stories, or artwork to us at


share a photoshare a photo