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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Day at the Beach
Your child can develop math and creativity skills by mixing sand and water and using shapes to help Curious George build a sandcastle at the beach.
Detective Elmo: The Cookie Case
A cookie painting has been stolen from the museum! Your child can help Detective Elmo look for clues to solve the mystery of the missing painting.
Going to the doctor can be scary for young children. You can help your child prepare for an upcoming checkup by exploring tools a doctor uses such as a stethoscope and an otoscope.
Don't Go Bananas
Peg needs help counting the monkeys at the circus, but the monkeys are all hiding. Your child can spin a wheel to find out how many monkeys Peg wants to count next and then look for the hidden monkeys in the circus picture.
Down The Tubes
The Odd Squad needs help fixing their transportation tubes. Your child can practice math concepts including measurement, addition and spatial reasoning skills while helping the Odd Squad make the needed repairs.
Playing dress up can help your child develop imagination and creativity. In this game, your child can put together fun and creative outfits for Daniel Tiger and his friends.
In this fun game with Trolley, your child can be in charge, deciding where and which direction Trolley should drive.
Elmo's Special Cupcakes
Elmo is sad that his mommy has to go to work. Your child can follow along with this interactive story as Elmo and his babysitter play fun games while mommy is at work.
Elmo's World: Books
Elmo wants to make a book. Your child can choose one of the titles -- Up and Away, Under the Sea, or Blast Off -- and then add colors and stickers to the pictures to help Elmo make his book.
Ernie's Dinosaur Day Care
In this game, your child can help Ernie take care of dinosaurs and learn about their features and needs.
Feel the Music
Music is one way people can express how they are feeling. In this game, your child can express himself by choosing instruments and sounds that represent the feelings of happy, sad and mad.
Go! George Go!
George needs to deliver all the ice cream before it melts. Your child can use arrows to create the shortest route for George to travel for his delivery.
Grover's Rhyme Time
Grover is driving a train of rhyming words. Your child can help Grover drive the train and collect the items he needs to fill the rhyming train cars.