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 Mousy Predicament
Your child can see Martha model good neighbor behavior as she offers to help Mr. Hangburn with his mouse "PREDICAMENT.
A Parent's Guide to NonFiction
Parents can use this guide to understand ways to introduce non-fiction into your child's reading and help them understand and learn from it.
A Spring Is Not the Thing
Pig and Duck learn that a spring is not the thing to make a frosting machine stop bouncing! Your child will learn about phoneme sounds and spelling the word "spring.
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.
Ages and Eras
Helen and Alice can teach your child about the words "AGE" and "ERA" as they take T.D. to their favorite parts of the past.
Alice's storytelling troubles come from the fact that she loves to "DIGRESS." Your child can learn about digressions and storytelling from Martha in this clip.
Your child can learn Becky's definition for the word "AMUSING" in this clip where the group is patiently waiting to get to the waterpark!
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.
Ask Ruff First: Building is a Breeze
Ruff’s first “ARF” assignment reveals how cutting holes in a tower may be a solid idea.
Avid and Averse!
Your child can learn about the opposite words "AVID" and "AVERSE" from Helen in this illustrative short clip.
In this game, your child can practice reading skills by matching words and pictures to the missing pieces of four different stories.
Botsford Family Trial
In this mock trial, TJ delivers a compelling opening statement that can teach many important aspects of public speaking and persuasion.