Free puzzle games, stories, crafts, and printable activities for kids ages 4–12.
3. Read a Poem
We remember Martin Luther King Jr. as we honor his legacy on January 18. Read the poem, then ask your child to share how their life has been changed for the better thanks to Martin Luther King Jr.’s influence.
9. Search the Scene
Moving to a new neighborhood can be hard. A friendly face and kind gesture can make a huge difference! While Mrs. Beaver welcomes the Mouse family to the forest, search for the items hidden in the scene.
11. Send a Care Package
In this time of social distancing, it can take some creativity to stay connected with loved ones. A care package is a great way to remind friends and family you are thinking of them from afar. Who will your child send a package to?
12. Find the Hidden Objects
Happiness and peace begin at home. These kids have figured that out. They know that helping their mom and baby sister helps to make everyone happy! Can you find the eight objects hidden in the scene?
14. Encourage Peace
This reader recognized she has a problem that she wants to fix. We all complain sometimes and can learn from this reader’s experience. Check out our ideas about how to help keep complaining to a minimum. More positive energy encourages a peaceful atmosphere.