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.
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.
Build a Better Bunny Copter
Your child can practice design and engineering skills by building and testing out what makes a bunnycopter twirl the fastest.
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.
Builders' Math: Tips for Parents
You can use everyday objects around the house to explore math concepts - using a tape measure to explore length/width; a screwdriver to explore concept of rotation and direction; a piece of paper to investigate attributes of simple shapes; and a lever to explore length and weight.
You can help build your elementary-aged child's self-confidence and early math skills by sewing this adorable cat beanie.
Cat Measuring Tool
Your child can learn about length and measurement as she uses Cat as a measuring tool to measure the length of various objects at home.
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.
Can evaporation help keep an object cool on a hot day? Your child can run this simple experiment to explore how water evaporation affects temperature.
Count Your Chickens
Your child can practice counting up to 10 by collecting her assigned number of hidden 'chickens' and then counting them out loud to make sure she has found the right amount.
Curious George Family Activity Booklet
In this activity booklet, parents will find many ideas to help children explore science, engineering, and math skills such as prediction, measurement, and patterns in nature.