Social & Emotional Activity Finder
PBS KIDS’ beloved characters model behavior and provide strategies that help kids manage their emotions, build friendships and develop good character. Use this activity finder to further foster your child’s growth.
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A Tale of Two Soup Cans
Your child can follow along as Martha reads this story about reusing and recycling items and learn new words, such as landfill, consequences, and environment.
Abby is waving her magic wand in different habitats! Your child can help her find all of the things in a specific habitat that begin with the letter she says.
Abby's Sandbox Search
Abby is digging in her magical sandbox. Using a magic shovel, your child can help Abby uncover items that start with the letter shown on the sand bucket.
Alpha Pig's Alpha Bricks.
Alpha Pig is trying to get away from the Big Bad Wolf. While filling up the hole in Alpha Pig's house, your child can practice letter identification skills.
Alpha Pig's Match Up
In this game with Alpha Pig, your child can practice letter knowledge by matching a letter card with the first letter of a word that starts with that letter.
Duck needs help catching the correct letters to complete a code. Your child can practice her upper and lower case letter identification skills by helping to catch letters in the waterfall.
Animal Home Builder
George and his friends are building homes for animals. Following a set of blueprints, your child can design and decorate houses for several neighborhood animals.
Attack of the Eraser
The Super Readers need your child's help to save Reader Valley from The Eraser. Using word knowledge, your child can change the words in the cartoon to restore Reader Valley and save the day.
Bear has a room full of words! Help your child find hidden words in the room and spell them together with Bear.
Bear's Skateboard Park
Bear is riding his skateboard through the park. Your child can practice letter identification by collecting the letters that Bear needs to make a word.
Big Brother Daniel
In this interactive book, your child can learn early literacy skills and about helping care for a new baby in the family.
In this game, your child can practice reading skills by matching words and pictures to the missing pieces of four different stories.
Build A Word Adventure: Ball
In this game, your child can help the Word friends by solving riddles and making them a basketball.
Build A Word Adventure: Balloon
In this game, your child can help the Word friends prepare a surprise birthday party for Dog - and practice letter and spelling skills along the way.