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 Twiddlebug Tool Adventure
It's windy in the Twiddlebug's garden so Timmy can't fly home. Using tools that go up, down and across, your child can engineer a solution to help Timmy get home.
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.
In this one or two player game, you and your child can play along with Daniel Tiger as he finds matching pairs of pictures featuring barnyard animals. Be sure to look for special cards that offer an extra challenge of identifying animals based on their outline or the noise they make.
Being a Friend
In this series of interactive comics, your child can help Arthur and his friends make choices in situations that explore empathy, forgiveness, learning from others, honesty, and generosity..
Bert in: Pigeon Trouble
Bert needs to clean his apartment. Your child can help by picking up items and following Bert's directions to put the items in their proper places.
In this fun app featuring Peg + Cat and their friends, children ages 3 to 6 can practice math skills by learning and creating songs.
George is having a party. Your child can practice early math skills such as patterning, addition, and subtraction by answering questions as she moves along the game board to reach the party.
George is building robots to do different jobs. Your child can help George pick the right parts to complete his robot and finish the job.
Using icons showing hobbies, pets, sports and other interests, your child can create and print his very own flag.
Catch the Centigurps
Centigurps are on the loose at Odd Squad headquarters. Counting by fives and tens, your child can catch the centigurps and restore order to headquarters.
Hi neighbor! In this game, your child can be a helper in Daniel's classroom by caring for the class pet, watering the class plant, and cleaning up and organizing the classroom toys, art center, and cubbies.
Oscar built some traps and then forgot where he put them! Your child can help identify number patterns to show the Odd Squad where they can walk safely.