New England Patriots for Kids
Go Pats! Coloring Page
Print and color this "Go Pats!" sign and use it to decorate for football parties or to wave in the air when the Patriots score.
New England Patriots Training Camp at Gillette Stadium
The New England Patriots' training camp is held at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, each summer, and kids will love the interactive Patriots Experience and the chance to watch their favorite players practice for the upcoming football season.
Your Little Girl Can Be a Junior Patriots Cheerleader
The Junior Patriots Cheerleaders Program gives young fans of New England's NFL team a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn from the pros and to take the field at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, for a game day performance.
Are You Ready for Some Football?
About.com's Family Crafts Guide Sherri Osborn shares creative football craft and decorating ideas to keep kids amused before or during the game.
AFC Football Crossword Puzzle
Kids can test their knowledge of the Patriots and their opponents with this crossword puzzle.
New England Patriots Kids' Page from NFLRush.com
Kids can follow New England's team with photos, videos and other lively coverage from NFLRush.com.
New England Patriots Screensaver
Download this free New England Patriots screensaver, featuring 11 images of the Pats in action, from download.com.
New England Patriots Youth Shop
Here's all the gear your little fan could ever dream of from the Patriots' official online ProShop.
Patriots Fan Downloads
From Patriots.com, print free Patriots coloring pages and download free New England Patriots player and team images to use as your computer's desktop wallpaper.
Patriots Desktop Wallpaper
From Sports Geekery, here are cool free images you can download to use as your computer's desktop wallpaper.
Pursuit of Perfection Photo Gallery
From boston.com, these images will allow young fans to relive the Patriots' perfect 18-0 2007 season, including some of the NFL records the team broke along the way.
Super Bowl History
From Wikipedia, here's a brief history of the Super Bowl.