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  • Free, Printable Color Sudoku Puzzles for Kids

    Color Sudoku Puzzles for Kids

    Use these free, printable Color Sudoku Puzzles to stretch your child’s critical thinking and problem solving skills. Manipulate blocks to…

  • Free Printable Winter Puzzles

    Free Printable Winter Puzzles

    It’s Winter and almost everywhere it is pretty chilly outside. Challenge your child with these free, printable Winter puzzles. They…

  • Free Printable Fall Puzzles

    Free Printable Fall Puzzles

    These free printable Fall puzzles will be a hit with your preschooler or toddler! Simply print, cut, and play! You…

  • Critical Thinking Activities

    Some children loves puzzles and love a challenge. Here are 10 critical thinking activities that promote critical thinking for your…

  • Free Printable Matching Games

    Matching activities are a great first activity to try with your toddler or preschooler. You can print these cards and…

  • Sticker Puzzles

    Sticker puzzles are an easy way to challenge your little ones. Here are 3 different versions to use with stickers…

  • Easter Egg Puzzles (printable)

    Use these free, printable Easter Egg Puzzles to challenge your child’s critical thinking skills.     Simply download, print and…

  • Puzzle Egg Hunt

    You can have egg hunts all month long without having to fill the eggs with candy or cheap toys. The…

  • Letter Puzzles

    While your preschooler is learning letters, add a fun challenge with these DIY letter puzzles. Materials: craft sticks, permanent marker…

  • Puzzles Summer Challenge Week 7

    Puzzles for kids are the perfect way to practice critical thinking skills. Spice up your Summer with The Activity Mom’s…

  • Math Games for Kids

    Make math experiences fun with these Math Games, organized by age from Toddlers to Age 6. Early Toddler DIY Baby…

  • Thanksgiving Puzzles (printable)

    Little man enjoys puzzles, so I created these Thanksgiving Puzzles (printable) just in time for Thanksgiving! He was a little confused…