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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Tips for Babysitters
Creating a guide for babysitters can help your child face things that may come up with a babysitter, like missing parents, and offer tips to the babysitter for how best comfort or ease frustrations or fears.
Arthur and his friends each have their own printable trading cards. Print these cards to learn more about each character including their favorite jokes, colors, and career goals. You can even use the characters to write your own Arthur story.
Trying New Things
Your child can create puppets and put on a puppet show to act out or practice what might happen during a new experience.
Turn Chairs Into a Pretend Trolley
Your child can work on coping with separation by being the conductor of her own train in this Daniel Tiger activity.
Talking about Arthur's eyeglasses can help your child better understand how eyeglasses work and why some people need to wear them.
Use Math While Baking Peg’s Honey Cake
Peg and her friends find math all around them, including in the kitchen. Together with your child, look for all the ways that you use math as you bake and decorate a delicious honey cake.