If you are running out of activities to entertain your kids with, then here are some FREE printable activity sheets for your kids to enjoy!

15. Free Printable Games

If free printable games is what you’re looking for, you’re in the right place! Moms & Munchkins has loads of games that you can print for free. We have a variety of games like charades, scavenger hunts, word scrambles, word searches, trivia games and more.

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14. Free Printable Letter Crafts (Just Print, Cut And Paste!) 

I LOVE letter crafts for toddlers and preschoolers. They’re the best! But PRINTABLE letter crafts?! Even better!

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13. Free Printable Easter Bingo Cards for Kids of All Ages

Looking for a fun game to play with your family at Easter? Get these free Easter bingo cards for your party or just to enjoy all Spring.

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12. Kids Can Code! Simple and Fun Lego Coding Activities 

Why should you start to introduce the concept of coding to your kids?  Well, a big argument is that technology doesn’t appear to be slowing its progress any time soon.  We are already an online society, and more and more parts of life are going online.  Computers are everywhere and those are run by coding.

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11. Winter Theme Preschool Worksheets

With temperatures dropping and all the snow we got this year, we are sometimes forced to spend more time indoors. This is why these Winter Theme Preschool Worksheets are so amazing in keeping your little ones entertained. Simply print them all and have fun!

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10. Baby Yoda Paper Craft

This Baby Yoda Paper Craft is a fun paper craft for all the fans of this super cute  Star Wars character– The Mandalorian. He is officially called The Child, but fans decided to call him Baby Yoda. He is actually a member of the same alien species as Yoda. So adorable!

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9. Free Printable Dinosaur Bingo (for a roaring good time)

This Free Printable Dinosaur Bingo is perfect for the little dino-lovers in your life! Dino bingo is perfect for dinosaur birthday parties or any time you want to have fun together as a family.

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8. Free Printable Dinosaur Matching Game (for your dino-loving child)

This Free Printable Dinosaur Matching Game is perfect for the dino-loving child in your life! Pick from a classic memory game or challenge your children with a more advanced shadow matching and mirror image matching versions.

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7. Printable Easter Scavenger Hunt (Play Inside & Outside)

Looking for some springtime entertainment for the kids? As the weather warms up and we’re looking forward to Easter, it’s a great time to use your own backyard for a bit of fun. This Printable Easter Scavenger Hunt can be played both inside and outside.

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6. Free Wedding Activity Book

Your little guests will love this 22 page activity book complete with coloring pages, crossword puzzles, games, and more! Print these out and create a book for each child to add a special touch to your wedding day.

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5. Fill the Fridge! Free Printable Food Matching Activity for Kids

This free printable food matching activity is a great way work on new vocabulary, following instructions and colors.

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4. Fish Bowl Playdough Mat (Free Printable) 

Playdough mats are one of my favorite learning tools! This free printable fish bowl playdough mat will help your child build fine motor skills, have some sensory fun and learn new vocabulary.

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3. Free Spring Printable Pack for Preschoolers

Ahhh Spring! How we love everything Spring! Along with this free printable pack for Spring, we have prepared for you packs for St.Patrick’s Day and Easter! So many great things to celebrate at this time of the year! Enjoy playing and learning!

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2. Bean Math Grid Game & List of 50 Math Manipulatives to Use

Two very simple to set up bean math grid games. We have prepared for you blank math grid templates for counting from 1 – 10 for toddlers and preschoolers, and 1 – 20 for pre-K and older kids. We have also included a printable list of 50 either free or very inexpensive math manipulatives, but more about this later on.

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1. Mary, Mary Quite Contrary Roll & Build Flower Game

Today we played a little game as we worked on number recognition with our toddler! All of this happened as we sang another popular nursery rhyme – Mary, Mary Quite Contrary. Last week we had fun with Hickory Dickory Dock as we learned numbers, time telling and fine motor skill practice with clothespins. Have you seen it already?

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