Kids' hidden picture activities

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Kids' hidden picture activities
Hidden picture activities allow children to colour and look for the items. (Jupiterimages/Polka Dot/Getty Images)

Hidden picture activities are a type of puzzle for children. They look at the image and try to find objects in the image, usually based on a key. There are a few activities children can do relating to hidden pictures and finding items in the pictures.

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Interactive Hidden Picture Puzzles

Parents can make use of the Internet and a computer and use an interactive hidden picture puzzle. Online websites, such as Highlights Kids website, have interactive hidden picture puzzles. The child clicks on the hidden objects when they see them and then the object shows an animation.

Printable Hidden Pictures

Printable hidden pictures are printed using a computer, Internet and a printer. The child can then colour the image and look for the hidden pictures in the printed object. There are hidden picture printable options for any child's interest, hobby or age.

Colour By Number Hidden Pictures

The colour by number hidden pictures have the children work on colouring an image using a colour key and the colouring in the shapes, boxes or items in the colour. As the child colours, a hidden picture is revealed. This allows the child to watch as the image grows and becomes a picture from small shapes or boxes.

Colouring Book Activities

There are colouring books with hidden picture colouring activities available for children. These books usually have a central theme, such as fairy tales or ocean animals, and several hidden pictures colouring pages and images. Children can spend time colouring their favourite princess or marine animal while also looking for small items throughout the book.

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