Color a Thank You for Essential Workers!

Download and color a note for the essential workers in your neighborhood! Print and hang up in your window, leave in a mailbox, bring to the grocery store, tag someone on social, or email to a friend.

(Essential workers include doctors, nurses, EMTs and other Health Care workers, Sanitation workers, Transportation workers like the Mailman, Grocery Story clerks, Pharmacy workers, restaurant workers, Policemen, Firefighters and more!)

Build Your Own BalloonFest Hot Air Balloon!

Using supplies you have around the house, recreate The BB&T Great BalloonFest in your own backyard!

Don’t forget to show off your Hot Air Balloons on social media by tagging @KYDerbyFestival!

Royal Court Reads: “Stand Tall Molly Lou Melon” by Patty Lovell

👑 The Derby Festival Princesses are helping us keep your family entertained during the next few weeks!They’ll each be reading their favorite children’s book out loud. This week, Princess Leah will be reading “Stand Tall Mary Lou Melon” by Patty Lovell.

Posted by Kentucky Derby Festival on Monday, April 13, 2020

Derby Festival Princesses Read Ep. 1

Derby Festival Princesses Read Ep. 1: Princess Leah reads “Stand Tall Mary Lou Melon” by Patty Lovell!

Part of the Royal Court Reads series! Each week, one of the Derby Festival Princesses reads a favorite children’s book.

Ford Spelling Bee Word Search

Think you can compete? Search for Official 2020 Spelling Bee Words in this word search.

Once you are finished, check your answers with the answer key HERE..

Ashley HomeStore Great Bed Race Activity

Let’s be honest, the Great Bed Races is one of the most exciting events. Just because you’re at home, it doesn’t mean you can’t have your own excitement. Of course, we’re not talking about racing your beds in the house. We’re talking about Blanket Forts, Pillow Fights, Bed-Making Time Trials, and Life in Bed!

Universal Windows Festival Window Art

Channel you and your family’s inner artist, sculptor or poet! Whether you create a playful masterpiece, an awe-inspiring shape or an uplifting message, make your windows a bright spot in the community.

Pegasus Pin Coloring Page

Use paints, markers, crayons, colored pencils or any other medium you feel to create a Festival masterpiece to share with your friends, family and on social!

Make sure you tag @KYDerbyFestival so we can share your creations.

Tea Party at Home!

What does it take to create a Tea Party? You get to decide!

Plan a Tea party at Home with help from Bigelow Tea and The Fillies®, the Festival’s largest volunteer group! Check out some fun ideas from the annual Children’s Tea® and create your own.

Design Your Own Pegasus Pin!

Use your imagination and the materials you have around the house, to create your own Pegasus Pin design!

Need a little inspiration? Visit PegasusPins.com to see some examples of past Pegasus Pins and find out what the Pegasus Pin Sponsorship Program is all about!

Don’t forget to show off your design on social media by tagging @KYDerbyFestival!

BalloonFest Coloring Page

Use paints, markers, crayons, colored pencils or any other medium you feel to create a Festival masterpiece to share with your friends, family and on social!

Make sure you tag @KYDerbyFestival so we can share your creations.

👑 The Royal Court is helping us keep your family entertained during the next few weeks! Press play to hear the TThe Fillies, Inc.Derby Festival Princesses read a Children's Book outloud. ⁠⁠📗 This week, Princess Hannah Robb will be reading “Cat and the Hat Comes Back” by Dr. Seuss.

Posted by Kentucky Derby Festival on Sunday, April 19, 2020

Derby Festival Princesses Read Ep. 2

Derby Festival Princesses Read Ep. 2: Princess Hannah reads “The Cat and the Hat Comes Back” by Dr. Seuss!

Part of the Royal Court Reads series! Each week, one of the Derby Festival Princesses reads a favorite children’s book.

Derby Festival Jacket Coloring Page

Use paints, markers, crayons, colored pencils or any other medium you feel to create a Festival masterpiece to share with your friends, family and on social!

Make sure you tag @KYDerbyFestival so we can share your creations.

📗 This week, as part of the Derby Festival Princesses Read, Princess Molly Jett will be reading “I Saw Santa in Kentucky” by JD Green. Check out the other Derby Festival Princesses Read at kdf.org/festivalathome!

Posted by Kentucky Derby Festival on Friday, April 24, 2020

Derby Festival Princesses Read Ep. 3: Princess Molly reads “I Saw Santa in Kentucky” by JD Green!

Part of the Royal Court Reads series! Each week, one of the Derby Festival Princesses reads a favorite children’s book.

Make an Origami Pegasus!

For an interesting activity with your loved ones or roommates, use arts and crafts to make an
origami Pegasus!

(This is an intermediate activity so children may need assistance from an adult.)

Be sure to use a square piece of paper and it’s recommended to use the dimensions
in the video. Once you’re done, share your creation on social media and tag @KyDerbyFestival!

2020 Derby Festival Poster Coloring Page

Use paints, markers, crayons, colored pencils or any other medium you feel to create your own version of the Derby Festival Kentucky Tourism Mural!

Make a Festival masterpiece to share with your friends, family and on social and tag @KYDerbyFestival so we can share your creations.

Pegasus Parade Float Activity

Have you ever wanted to have a parade in your house or backyard? Here’s your chance! Create one by designing your own float with arts and crafts!

Showcase your Home Parade by sharing on social and tagging @KYDerbyFestival!