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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Role-playing as drivers, pedestrians, and crossing guards can help your child understand the perspective of each of these roles and what she can do to be safe when crossing the street near your home.
Simple Games That Explore Feelings
Your child can identify facial expressions and participate in a "parade of feelings" to practice naming emotions.
Simple Teamwork Games
Playing cooperative games such as 'Elbow to Elbow' or 'Crossover' can help your child develop perseverance and give your child practice working together as a team to achieve success.
Singing a Sad Song Can Help You Feel Better
When Daniel imagines that everything is singing a sad song with him, he feels better.
Singing a Sad Song Can Help You Feel Better (Spanish)
Daniel imagines that everything is singing a sad song with him.
Sleeping Somewhere New
Daniel and Prince Wednesday see something scary while playing with their stuffed animals.
Role-playing a pretend sleepover during the day can help your child practice having and knowing what to do at an overnight slumber party.
Small, Smaller, Smallest
Your child will learn about ordering things by their height (small, smaller, smallest), as well as using fingers to solve simple addition/subtraction problems.