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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Your child can practice counting skills as she helps feed Cat the right number of snacks by selecting the quantity that matches the requested number.
In this game, your child can practice using grids and maps to help the Wild Kratts select habitats for the featured animals.
The Odd Squad doctor needs an assistant! Your child can help cure the Odd Squad agents of their odd ailments by collecting data to make a diagnosis while learning about fractions, volume, coordinates, and greater than/less than comparisons.
In this Dinosaur Train game, your child can learn about counting, distance and trajectory as he tries to land his dinosaur in just the right spot to win the game.
Building objects can help your child understand how parts compose a whole. In this game, your child can learn about area and perimeter while assembling shapes to create airships for Cyberchase characters!
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.
Let's go bobbing for apples. Your child can develop early understanding of number lines by helping Curious George find the correct apple to place in an ordered number line.
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.
Bianca's Painting Party
Bianca has some mysteries she needs to solve. Using clues and body ratios, can your child can figure out the solutions to the mysteries?
Inez needs help running errands. Your child can use a map and grid to help Inez figure out the shortest route to get all of her errands done.
In this game from Curious George, your child will select a series of numbers in the correct order to count-down and launch a rocketship.
In this game, your child can practice math and engineering skills by identifying the length of materials needed to complete a series of bridges.
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.
Peg needs to fill the tub for her bath. Your child can learn about capacity and estimation by selecting different sized containers to fill Peg's bathtub with water.