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Parents, grandparents, teachers and carers - thank you for visiting! We have thousands of colouring pages, kids crafts, educational resources, puzzles, printables of all sorts, worksheets, sudoku for kids and lots more fun activities for kids! Please stay a while and explore... we love to help you keep kids busy!
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It's always busy season at Activity Village! There's so much to explore over the next few weeks and months - just click the images below to find lots of activities and resources to help you keep your kids busy!
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Create your own finger tracing worksheets and greetings cards, personalised with your child's name or a special message! Just choose, type and print.
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With over 37,000 printable activities at Activity Village, there is plenty to explore. Find our main sections through the images below.
Activity Village offers teachers, parents and children from all over the world many hundreds of free craft ideas, games and information pages - and over 37,500 printable activities for Members only. Simply look around, enjoy, and print! We cover many popular children's topics, the main holidays of the year and the seasons too, and we update the site with new activities nearly every day!
There is always something new to discover at Activity Village! You can find our most recent additions to the website below...
I must admit that when it comes to art I am a painting/drawing type person, rather than a crafting person.
These lovely new sea creature colouring pages come in 3 different versions: one as a simple "scene" for younger children, another as an even simpler illustration of just the sea creature with its name beneath it, and the third the same but wit
These new "colour by number" pages are so cute - and potentially so colourful! We think the kids will enjoy colouring them in, and choosing from this crab, octopus, starfish, shark, dolphin, seahorse, jellyfish ... and lots of fish!
About two years ago I explained the idea of similes to my youngest by getting him to make an animal poster.