Peanuts Are Helping Kids Learn at Home With Free Lesson Plans & More

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Looking for fun new ways to teach or entertain your kids at home? Enlist the help of the Peanuts gang!

Experience the fun of the Peanuts on where kids can access a multitude of free online resources for learning or just to have fun. The official Peanuts website offers activities, lesson plans, colouring pages, 'how to draw' videos and much more. 

Activities and Lesson Plans

Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and friends will keep kids engaged and entertained while sharpening STEM, Language Arts, Social Studies skills. Kids can also learn all about Space. These free resources, created for students ages 4–13, are available in 11 different languages. More

Meet the Gang

And for kids who may not yet be familiar with the Peanuts, there's a Meet the Peanuts sections with an introduction and background to all the characters. More


A 'What to Watch' section highlights all the shows that are now available through Apple TV+, and lists shows from comics to the Peanut Movie, Classic Peanuts Specials, and Snoopy in Space. Back in October of 2020, Apple TV+ teamed up with WildBrain and Lee Mendelson Film Productions, to become the home for all things Peanuts, bringing together new original series and specials, along with iconic, beloved specials to fans around the world, all in one place.

That section also features free videos on how to draw Snoopy's famous Happy Dance, along with other characters. More

Read: Apple TV+ Becomes Home To New Original Peanuts Series & Specials

Colouring Pages

Kids can also enjoy the relaxing, creative fun of colouring pages featuring Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the rest of the gang. All pages are free to download. More

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