Friday Finds: Printable Activity Sheets to Download for Kids

The wind has been keeping us inside this week so I set out looking for some new printable activities. There's a ton of fun to be had! Here's a list of my favorites for kids:


@Betsy McCall: Printable scans of the old-time McCall Magazine paper dolls.

@Weelife: Scavenger hunt photo guides. Choose from Urban, Park, Forest, and Beach to suit your adventure of the day.

@Sparkle Power: Don't Eat Pete game. Super clever.

@Wild Olive: Pencil toppers to cut, fold, and enjoy!

@Louise Elliot Designs: Detailed animal coloring sheets to print. Very folk-artsy.

@Wee Wonderfuls: I printed this delightful paper doll out on magnet paper a couple of years ago. It still graces our refrigerator.

@Wondertime: We always print out some of their cutting sheets and games for plane rides. Huge variety.

@Flipflops and Applesauce: Because not every activity is fun, here's a printable chore chart to help the kids keep to their routine.

@Tessy and Tab: Provides printable money management tools and printable activity sheets for counting, vocabulary, and more.

@Canon Creative Park: Has at least a jazillion printable papercrafts for kids and adults.

Not Free:

@A Little Hut: Printable alphabet cards feature lovely drawings.

@Flipflops and Applesauce: Four hand-drawn printable coloring books feature alphabet, number, and nursery-rhyme themes. (Blogger in draft: kiddio - Create Postsee link in sidebar to purchase)

@Fine Tooth Gnome / Etsy: Cooperative card game, ages 4 and up.

@Second Story Window/Etsy: Cops-and-robbers themed rhyming game. They have lots of interesting-looking printable games in their shop.

(...and remember to keep an eye on the red "Kiddio Finds" box down in the right sidebar. I update that a few times a week with fun ideas from around the web!)
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