Printable ActivitiesKids grow all day, every day. You can help give them a bright future with brain-boosting activities! As your ally in continuous learning, WY Quality Counts has put together a selection of FREE and fun activity printables for you to share with your family.
Animal Yoga for KidsYoga is a practice in self-discovery. Simple poses paired with intentional breathing will help your child develop physically, mentally, and emotionally. Download your FREE copy of yoga poses, print them and cut them out.
Germ GamesThese quick and simple activities are a fun way to help your kids visualize how germs spread and how washing hands with soap can make the germs go away!
Emotions Card Game
These cards are a fun way to get older kids talking about emotions – their own and the emotions of those around them.
A Sea of Emotions
These cards can be used as a fun, any-day activity. But as your kids learn the actions on each card, their experience with this deck can turn into an easy way to call attention to and regulate emotions.
Oh the Feelings You FeelThe feelings your child has and the ways they express them are part of what makes them unique! It’s important to encourage your little one to show others how they feel. Use this FREE Dr. Seuss inspired printable to help your child explore their feelings!
Living Room CampingCamping inside is fun, easy, and local! You can camp any time of year in your living room, and it is a great way to spend quality family time together.
Float Your BoatChildren are naturally curious – that’s why they ask so many questions! Encourage their curiosity with engaging activities like this one: create your own boats, add weights to them and see if they sink or float!
Emotions BingoWhen you ask about and acknowledge your kids’ feelings, you’re sending the message that feelings are valued and important. Use this activity to help your little one learn to identify important emotions.
Chuck and Pepper Scavenger HuntJoin Chuch & Pepper as they explore the outdoors – there’s so much to see and explore in nature together! As you discover items on the list, talk about how each item looks, feels, sounds, or smells!
Let’s Make BreakfastMake the most of your time together and get your kids into healthy eating habits from the start by cooking together! Try this easy breakfast recipe, giving your kids different steps to help with.
Motor Skills DiceEngaging your kids in simple activities, like the ones on these DIY Activity Dice, will help them develop the skills they need for everyday actions!
Cheyenne Frontier Days BingoDownload our free Bingo Page and mark each square as you and your child explore Cheyenne Frontier Days!
The Cowboy StateDownload and print this free coloring page as you learn more about the State of Wyoming!
Sidewalk ChalkThis activity gets your kids outside, being creative, doing science, and using fine motor skills!
Nature Badges & BraceletsHelp your kids engage in the world around them by getting outside and exploring what’s growing there.
Why Do Leaves Change Color?Have your kids been curious about why leaves change color in the fall? Help them figure it with this STEM activity!
Apple Bubble Science Activity
You can help spark your kids’ curious minds with this simple science experiment.
Baby Sign Language
You can download, print, and hang up this instructional sheet wherever it might be convenient to have a reminder of how the signs are formed!
Spring Listening Activity
Step outside with Chuck and Pepper, close our eyes, and listen as spring comes to Wyoming.
STEM Parachute DropShow your kids science, engineering, and math concepts with an activity that lets them build, climb, experiment, and think!
Painted Turkey Art
This “resist art” activity will inspire your kids’ creativity and exercise their motor skills, too!