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 House Just Right for Me!
The Cat in the Hat and his pals need houses that are just the right size. Using printable finger puppets, your child can measure and build paper houses that are just perfect for the Cat, Sally, and Nick.
Adding Up Animal Habitats
In this activity, your child will practice basic math skills while exploring local habitats and the animals that live in them.
All Aboard! It's a Dino Breakfast!
After watching the Pteranodon Family enjoy breakfast on the Dinosaur Train, your junior chef can build self-confidence in the kitchen by making some dinosaur inspired dishes for your family.
Architecture Scavenger Hunt
Your child can go on a scavenger hunt for shapes! Children can find shapes around their neighborhood and draw pictures of the shapes and where they found them.
Back To School Tips for Parents
This great resource provides parents with tips to help children notice math in their everyday lives through numbers, measurement, patterns, and more.
Bird Feeder Fractions
Combine the fun of feeding your local birds and building your child’s measuring and fraction skills while you create a homemade bird feeder.
Your child can develop memory and early math skills by sorting blocks by different attributes such as shape, size or color.
Bottle Cap Hockey
Children can play bottle cap hockey to learn about forces and motion, while predicting which bottle cap will win the game! With this activity, your child will learn to predict, test, and reflect on properties of objects that influence motion.
Build a Better Birdbath
In this activity, your child will learn how to build a better birdbath by investigating which shape supports the most weight as a base for the birdbath.
Build a Bridge
Building simple structures is a great way to introduce your child to engineering! Using just a few things around your home, you can design bridges with your child and experiment with what they will hold.
Build It Up, Knock It Down
Children work together in teams to solve a building problem! Children learn to work together, plan, create, test, and revise their solutions to build the strongest structure out of household items.
Your child can better understand how a calendar works by decorating the days on a calendar or making his own calendar to track daily activities.
You can help build your elementary-aged child's self-confidence and early math skills by sewing this adorable cat beanie.
Charts are a great way to show data. Help your child collect data and make a chart that displays family members' favorite fruits and vegetables.