FREE Printables to Keep Every Age Group Entertained All Summer Long

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These printable activities for kids make learning fun!

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With school out for the summer, many parents are looking for screen-free ways to keep their children busy and maybe even learning a thing or two before school starts up again in the fall!

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If you’d like to give your kiddos a break from their screens, printable games and activity pages for kids are a great way to go! There are lots of screen-free kids worksheets that your kiddo can do with little or no help, and the ones on our list are all completely free to print!

Try these free printables for kids to help children of all ages keep busy, learning, and having fun!

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Children’s Activity Pages for Preschoolers

  • Alphabet I Spy – Reinforce your child’s letter recognition skills with this printable I-Spy activity.
  • Color by Number – Practice colors, numbers, and fine motor skills with these free color by number printables. Enter your email at to get access to this and other free content during school closures.
  • Connect the Dots (1-20) – Dot-to-dot activities are a fun way to practice number recognition and counting, and they make great coloring pages after they’re completed too!
  • Indoor Scavenger Hunts – For free children’s activities, print several different and fun indoor scavenger hunts to keep the kiddos engaged.
  • Outdoor Scavenger Hunt – This is a simple printable list (with both pictures and words) of things your young child can look for in their own backyard. If you liked this printable, check out these other outdoor scavenger hunt worksheets for kids!
  • Movement Mat – Although you may have to help your preschooler with reading these activities, many of them can be done independently to burn off some energy. Have your child color in the boxes as they complete them!
  • Printable Worksheets – There are hundreds of free printable worksheets to help reinforce your child’s academic skills on

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Kids Worksheets For Grades K-2

  • Connect the Dots (1-100) – Keep your primary student counting all the way to 100 with these fun dot-to-dot children’s activity pages.
  • Gratitude Journal Prompts – Head to the bottom of the screen and enter your email at Kitchen Table Classroom to print out this 7-page gratitude journal. It’s full of graphic organizers that are perfect for younger children to draw or write about the things they have to be thankful for.
  • Indoor Scavenger Hunt – Print this list of things to look for inside your home, and add a few of your own to customize the fun.
  • Outdoor Scavenger Hunt – This printable has room for kids to sketch pictures of the things they find in their own backyard.
  • Printable Worksheets – There are hundreds of worksheets that you can filter by grade level and subject matter.
  • Sight Word Printables – Practicing sight words at home is a great way to increase reading fluency. This site has over 50 printable activities for kids to help your child master the high-frequency Dolch sight words.
  • Themed I Spy Printables – If your child enjoys the I Spy books, they will love being able to circle or color in their finds on these printable I Spy pages!
  • Printable Coloring Pages – Whether they’re for a specific holiday season or feature your child’s favorite character, printable coloring pages are one of the easiest ways to keep your kids entertained. We love all the fun options from Parent From Heart!

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Printable Puzzles and Worksheets for Grades 3-5

  • Dictionary Scavenger Hunt – Despite living in the Internet Age, students are still expected to master the use of a dictionary! Print out this scavenger hunt and let your child use a real, live dictionary (as opposed to the online version) to answer the questions.
  • Educational Insights – A team of scientists, teachers, and artists has created these high-quality printables across multiple subject areas for students up through Grade 6.
  • Gratitude Scavenger Hunt – This scavenger hunt will remind your big kid of the things in their world that they can be thankful for. Challenge your child to write a sentence or two about each find and why it’s meaningful for them.
  • Math Scavenger Hunt Bingo – This printable game reinforces important math vocabulary and encourages kids to see math all around them.
  • Printable Puzzles – When you register your email with All Kids Network, you’ll get access to all sorts of free printable puzzles for kids. There are mazes, hidden pictures, simple sudoku puzzles, and more.
  • Printable Worksheets – There are hundreds of free kids worksheets that you can filter by grade level and subject matter. Math, Reading, Science, and Writing are available for grades 3-5.

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Free Children’s Activity Pages for Middle School Kids

  • Achieve3000 – These printable packets include middle school learning activities for math, language arts, science, reading, and literacy.
  • EdHelper – This website provides high-quality printables for homeschooling parents and teachers of all subject areas. The materials are usually available to paid subscribers only, but anyone who registers their email address during school closures is eligible to print select FREE resources.
  • Gratitude Log – In difficult times, writing down the good stuff can help. This free printable will get your middle schooler thinking about everything they have to be grateful for.
  • K12Reader – Printable kids worksheets are available for students in grades 6-8 with a focus on reading, writing, spelling, and vocabulary.
  • Vocabulous – These printables will help your middle-schooler to build up a fabulous vocabulary with the help of a dictionary.
  • Outdoor Scavenger Hunt – Get your middle schooler outside with this fun printable scavenger hunt from REI. Give them access to a camera or have them use a phone to take pictures of their finds!

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Worksheets and Printable Puzzles For High School Kids

  • Achieve3000 – These printable packets include strategic math, language arts, science, reading, and literacy learning activities from a company that already partners with many school districts.
  • EdHelper – These high-quality printables are normally available to homeschooling parents and teachers by subscription only, but now anyone who registers their email address can access select printables for FREE! There is an impressive variety of educational printables across a wide range of subject areas.
  • Junk to Joy Gratitude Journal – Practicing gratitude can help your teenager feel increased levels of happiness and well being during this difficult time. This free printable includes instructions for creating a unique journal using materials your high schooler can find around the house, and 45 writing prompts to get them started.
  • Just Color – Coloring is a relaxing activity for kids of all ages, and there are SO many free printable coloring pages for teenagers and adults on this website. With dozens of different categories to choose from, there’s sure to be a coloring page for every interest.
  • K12Reader – This website features an abundance of printables focusing on areas of literacy such as reading, writing, spelling, and vocabulary.
  • Printable Puzzles – Stump your high-schooler with these fun printable puzzles for kids! This website has free word puzzles, number puzzles, logic puzzles and so much more to mentally challenge your teen.
  • Photo Scavenger Hunt – Have your teen practice their photography skills with this fun printable scavenger hunt. Although it was designed by a teacher to be completed at school, most of these items can be found around the home or backyard too.

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Plus, try these other Hip2Save free printable activities for kids…

  • Reading Punch Card – Encourage your kiddo to pick up a book by using our FREE reading punch card.
  • Summer Bucket List – What do your kids want to do this summer? Use this free printable to create a list of their must-do activities.
  • Summer Bucket List 2 – Make a giant summer bucket list using this free printable submitted by a Hip2Save reader.
  • Colorscape App – Kids can create coloring pages from their own photos.

Need more ideas? Try these other fun summer activities for kids – many are FREE!

About the writer:

Jenna has a Bachelor's Degree from Lycoming College and her Master's from Penn State, holding 4 years of writing experience between a variety of publications and Hip2Save.

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