Fun and stimulating road trip activities for a range of age groups!
Follow Potter the Otter and his friends as they prepare for a healthy picnic.
Let Potter the Otter show you why water is the healthiest drink for growing kids.
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Draw from point to point to reveal Potter the Otter.
Use this bookmark to keep your place when reading together as a family.
Declare your home a non-smoking zone by customizing this door hanger.
Make healthy eating and exercise more fun for your kids!
Now your kids can have their own Potter the Otter puppet and create their own adventures!
See how many words you can uncover in this Potter word search.
See if you can see what is different about Potter and his friends.
Download 12 activities, including connect the dots, coloring sheets, and more.
See how many items you can find that are wrong in the picture.
Color Potter the Otter and his friends drinking healthy water.
Print out these 10 sheets for the kids to color and learn fun and easy ways to grow up healthy!
Learn what lean meats are filled with protein and healthy for your child.
Help your kids color in the soccer player and learn more about the importance of play.
Dancing is a great way to get kids moving and having fun at the same time!
Cheese please! See why you should include cheese and milk in your child's diet.
Follow the Leader is a great way to keep kids engaged in physical activity while having fun!
Color in these fruits and veggies and learn why avocado is a great food for kids of all ages.
Color in the jumping girl and then jump in real life with your child!
Color in the milk and water and learn how they are the best option for thirsty kids.
Learn different whole grains you can feed your child throughout the day.
Stretching is a great way for young kids to develop flexibility and balance.