Check out these fun free printables for kids! From BINGO to Harry Potter, these printable crafts and games are easy to set up!
Hello! Today I’m sharing some of my favorite free printables for kids! I have so many free printables, patterns and cut files on my blog I thought I would create a few new posts to highlight some of my favorites. With so many kids learning at home, free printable resources can really come in handy! I have been so amazed at all of the wonderful bloggers, educators and artists who have been sharing their printables and tutorials online. Hopefully the printables shared below are useful to you as well and help keep your kiddos busy and engaged!
I know not everyone has an in-home printer so printing these files may not be possible for you. I’ll be posting another round-up in the next few days featuring some of my easy craft ideas that you can create using things around the house!
This fun BINGO game features sweet woodland animals and all sorts of things found in nature. Print and play the game or use the sheets to go on a nature scavenger hunt!
These coloring pages are out of this world! Print and color – it doesn’t get any easier!
This is a fun craft project that requires very little! Download the printable boxes and grab a scissors and some adhesive. Fill with sweet treats, use as Easter basket fillers, or simply make them for the fun of it!
This is our favorite reading chart we use every summer but I’m finding it really useful during this time at home. The reward can be as simple as letting your child pick the movie for family movie night, choosing their favorite dinner to make at home or even just extra time doing a favorite activity!
These bunnies were created to go with my free children’s calendar but are a fun activity on their own! I made mine into magnets but that’s isn’t necessary. You can also grab the color-your-own versions to extend the activity.
These are fun for a special dinner at home or pack a few for restaurants you know don’t have kids’ menus!
With Easter around the corner, this is a fun coloring craft that only requires a scissors and some adhesive for assembly.
These ABC cards can be used in so many different ways and are especially great for preschool-aged children. Line a few up and have your child search for an object to go with each letter, use them to match uppercase letters to lowercase letters or use them to help build site words.
This is a great project that will appeal to older children (and adults too!). It does require a few extra supplies in addition to the free printable, like a 3″ x 5″ notepad. If you are able to grab the supplies, it is a really fun crafternoon project!
If you have a birthday coming up, your kids can help make this fun birthday banner to help celebrate! No need to go to the store! Just print this free banner and use whatever you have on hand to tie it together – yarn, string, twine or ribbon!
Another fun BINGO game, this Rainbow BINGO is great for preschoolers and a fun way to practice words and colors!
Visit this post to find tons of free printables! You’ll find cards for the weather, days of the week, months, seasons, 2021 calendar pages, printable bunnies and more – all FREE! The printables come in English, Spanish, French, Italian, Hawaiian and Korean. These can be used in so many different ways beyond a traditional calendar.
A few more cute coloring pages to print for the kids!
Finally one more Easter craft! If you are planning to decorate eggs this year, check out these free printable wrappers and create your favorite Harry Potter characters.
I sure hope this post was helpful and one of these printables can help you out! Check out these other posts below for more ideas for kiddos! :)
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