As part of KidsPost’s 20th birthday celebration, we wanted to provide a few fun activities for our readers. Ask your parents permission to download the images and print them out at home.

SECOND GLANCE JUNIOR

We borrowed The Washington Post Magazine’s popular weekly photo feature. Find the 12 differences in the two illustrations below.


(Alla Dreyvitser/The Washington Post)

(Alla Dreyvitser/The Washington Post)

WORD FIND

Find the following 20 hidden words related to KidsPost: article, books, chip, design, edit, history, journalism, kidspost, news, page, photo, puppy, report, science, sports, twenty, volunteer, Washington, weather and write.


(The Washington Post)

C.H.I.P. SAYS


(The Washington Post)

KidsPost’s mascot finds facts, but he also tells jokes. See if you can guess the answers to these, and then ask your parents and siblings.

What animal keeps the best time?

What would you call a sleeping bull?

Why couldn’t the leopard play hide-and-seek?

Which side of a chicken has the most feathers?

Where do fish keep their money?

ANSWERS


(Alla Dreyvitser/The Washington Post)

(The Washington Post)

A watchdog

A bulldozer

He was always spotted.

The outside

In a river bank