Virtual Pokemon Club


Welcome to the Virtual Pokémon Club for Kids!

Each month we will post Pokémon themed activities, crafts, games and recipes, along with other related fun things to do.

We invite you to participate in this facilitated, safe, and inclusive all-things-Pokémon program designed for children 7-12 years old. 

Please enjoy the Virtual Pokémon Club until we can bring back the in-person Pokémon Club in 2021. You can register for the in-person Club here.

Stay tuned for updates!


How to participate in the Virtual Pokémon Club

  1. Try out one or more of the featured activities, crafts, games or recipes.  Activities will be posted at the beginning of each month so you can access them all month long.
  2. Let us know what you thought of the activities and games and/or share some of your makes with us and we'll showcase them right here! Contact Sarah (Children & Youth Services Librarian) at sarah@sgpl.ca with your reviews and photos! 
    (We will only post photos of your creations, any pictures including faces of your family and friends will not be showcased for privacy reasons. SGPL support and uphold the privacy provisions of Alberta's Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act)

We can't trade or battle with Pokémon cards in-person right now BUT how about trying out some of these fun activities and we'll see you back at the library again very soon.

Did you know you CAN play Pokémon TCG online? Download the free app and start playing online!


May Activities

Pokémon Piñata

It can be hard for kids celebrating a birthday during covid times, but here is a way to make that birthday extra special -Make a Pokémon piñata!

Full instructions to make Jigglypuff can be found at It Doesn't Have To Be Perfect. If you'd prefer a different character we have you covered! Other piñata
designs can be found here.


Pokémon Trivia

Can you find all eight hidden items in the Pokémon picture?


A printable version of this colouring sheet can be found here.

Can you find all the Pokémon in the picture?


How to Play Pokémon Cards

Want to know more about how to play Pokémon cards? Here's a handy dandy crib sheet and further info over at Mama in the Now.

Did you know you CAN play Pokémon TCG online? Download the free app and start playing online!


May Crafts 

Pikachu Sock Plushie

Learn to make your own Pikachu Pokémon plush using a sock!

Full tutorial and free pattern template can be found on YouTube by Budget Hobby


Pokémon Togepi Egg

Make your own Togepi Egg with this free printable by Pokemon Papercraft.


Pokéball Oral Motor Racers and Trainer Belt

Want a break from playing Pokémon Go? Kids will have so much fun challenging siblings and friends to a race with these PokéBalls! Encourage your kids to experiment with blowing gently, hard, or from different angles. Let them figure out which is best! They'll soon discover that big deep breaths result in the ball moving further. Those same deep breaths are helpful when trying to help your child self-regulate.

Full instructions can be found at And Next Comes.


While you are busy crafting how about making a quick trainer belt to store all of those PokéBalls?

Full details can be found at And Next Comes.


Pokémon Art

Try some Poke-Art for relaxation:

Winding Arts Path have some beautiful colouring sheets to try.

Woo Jr also have cool Pokémon Pixel Grid mystery colouring pages.


May Games 

Pokémon Virtual Trainer Test

Have you got what it takes?

Take our Pokémon
Trivia Quiz, whipped up by our very own Danielle V.: Take the test here, either by yourself or in a group. Suitable for fans of all ages.

Pokémon Go

Love playing Pokémon Go? Did you know that the game can still be played even during social isolation. Game designers have made some changes to allow us all to continue the adventure safely. Find out more here.

Download Pokémon Go at your app store.


May Food Fun

Eevee Bento Box

Have a Pokémon fan in your house? Make these yummy Eevee style Bento Boxes for new fun lunch options.

Find the tutorial by Mini Cute Club on YouTube.


Pokémon Bubble Tea

The Pokémon Company released an exciting range of Pokémon bubble teas, with Boba balls replacing PokéBalls - mmm! 
Sadly they aren't available here, but luckily you can make your own delicious homemade bubble teas instead.

Find this tasty recipe for mango aka 'Pikachu' bubble tea and other flavour options at Rivertea.


Find more games, shows and all things Pokémon at the Official Pokémon website, including Pokémon Club Resources.


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