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  • Each printable activity can be customized to make it harder or easier for your child
  • Use the Activity Book feature to print an endless number of activity pages
  • There are lots of learning opportunities in each of these activities
  • Get a kid-sized clipboard and 4-color click pen to make it easy to grab it and go.
  • Try some below for FREE!

Bingo on the Sidelines

Each of these Bingo boards helps kids recognize letters, numbers, and symbols, read simple words, and learn more about the activity they're watching.

Count On It on the Sidelines

Dragging your kids to a sibling's activity turns into a science experiment and graphing practice with this simple counting game. Make predictions ahead of time for which item you'll see most often!

More Activities

  • Teaches:
    • Hand eye coordination
    • Writing skills
    • Problem solving
    • Patience
    • Persistence
    • Memory

  • Great for letter recognition, pattern matching, reading, and spelling. Make them easy or hard, or enter your own words! Try one with words all about the sport you're watching, or use the names of kids on the team!

  • Teaches:
    • Holding a writing utensil
    • Hand strength
    • Fine motor skills
    • Hand-eye coordination
    • Focus
    • Creativity
    • more...

  • Crossword puzzles with picture clues are a great way for kids to practice spelling.

  • Have your kids write a story inspired by the scene around them. It can be as simple as a picture and a few lines of text, or you can print a bunch of templates and help them staple their work into a small book when they're done.

  • It's a simple game, but can still help teach writing, turn taking, and problem solving!

  • Drawing helps with handwriting by increasing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. It also lets all kids be creative, and the clips often get them to draw things they might not otherwise.

  • Have kids find an item that begins with each letter. Your kids will be practicing first letter sounds, writing, and spelling!

  • Practice deductive reasoning used in math, science, and computer programming. Make the puzzles easier or harder, and even enter your own secret messages. Try a few that teach your kids about the sport they're watching.

  • Practices turn taking, strategy, and planning ahead.

  • Teaches:
    • Grids
    • Plotting coordinates on a graph
    • Number lines

  • Teaches:
    • Think about your child's reading level
    • Consider words from their spelling list
    • Talk to them about which letters are most common
    • Teach them to think about common combinations: TH, CH, QU, etc.
    • See more...

  • Drawing helps with handwriting by increasing fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. It also lets all kids be creative, and the doodle starters often get them to draw things they might not otherwise.

  • Teaches:
    • Number recognition/writing
    • Process of elimination and deduction
    • Basic computer programming algorithms
    • Extrapolation
    • Pattern recognition
    • Learn more

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