Printable Library Activities – Coloring Pages, Word Puzzles, & Hidden Pictures

Recently we posted our school hidden pictures printables, which ya’ll seemed to love. But I received a sad little email from one of our librarian readers, lamenting the fact that we never posted any fun stuff for the library. Her wish was our command!! What a great idea! So we’ve come up with a whole huge new set of printable library activities that are FREE for any library to print and use for their patrons. Yes, we give unlimited use to libraries, because we think that libraries ROCK. We only ask that you print them directly from the site rather than photocopy them.

Library Word Puzzles

Two library themed crossword puzzles and a word search with vocabulary words your patrons should know:

Library Word Ladders

Teachers love word ladders, so we thought the librarians might get a kick out of them, too! Change a single letter on each line of the word ladder to create additional words that will eventually turn the first word into the last word. They can be a little tricky, but are great brain teasers!

Library Hidden Pictures Printables

3 easy hidden pictures activities for your younger patrons. These are a great fill in activity when kids need to wait for story time!

Library Coloring Pages

6 super cute printable library coloring pages for kids.

BONUS! Printable Library Mad Libs

I’m not entirely sure that you’ll want to use this particular library activity… because mad libs usually means lots of talking and GIGGLING. You may have to do a lot of SHHHHH-ing if you hand these out! 🙂 This is from our collection of 15 school themed mad libs worksheets:

Library Mad Libs Worksheet

Library Mad Libs Worksheet

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Thank you to Suzanne in Tennessee for suggesting that we create a set of printable library activities! If you have a request, please let us know!

Printable Library Activities for Kids

Printable Library Activities for Kids

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Founder and CEO of Woo! Jr. Kids Activities, Wendy loves creating crafts, activities and printables that help teachers educate and give parents creative ways to spend time with their children.

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