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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Count Your Chickens
Your child can practice counting up to 10 by collecting an assigned number of hidden 'chickens' and then counting them out loud to make sure the right amount was collected.
Create a Kid’s Calendar
Your child can better understand how a calendar works by decorating the days on a calendar or making his own calendar to track daily activities.
Create an Herbivore Collage
Some dinosaurs were herbivores, or animals that only ate plants. Learn about modern day herbivores and the foods that they eat by creating two collages.
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.
You can practice letter sounds with your child in this fun game of puppy hide-and-seek!
Eggs-plore Science by Making Meringues
In this cooking activity, your child can make predictions, observations, and discoveries while learning about the importance of following the directions.
Counting and estimation are two important early math skills that you can practice with your child in this activity with everyday objects.
Explore How Things Fit Together
The Cat in the Hat needs to find his way to Thing 1 and Thing 2. Your child can help the Cat find his way by creating a path of pasta that goes straight, right or left as needed.
Exploring Space by Hunting for Treasure
Your child will be hunting for treasure up, down and all around in this fun treasure hunt activity that focuses on developing spatial language skills.
Go on a Length Hunt
In this activity idea, your child can practice measurement and comparison skills by going on a "length hunt" around the house.
Go on a Shape Hunt Adventure
Go on a shape hunt adventure! Your child can identify and take pictures of shapes around the house or neighborhood, and then use the photos to make a shape book.
Go on a Temperature Scavenger Hunt
Go on a temperature scavenger hunt with your child to discover the many ways you can measure temperatures inside and outside of your house.
Grab It and Run
In this relay race, children make predictions and test which properties of objects help them make it to the finish line without breaking any materials!
You and your child can practice measurement skills while making your own homemade bubbles.
Identify Soft and Loud Sounds in this Homemade Game
Taking a walk in your neighborhood can be good exercise and good way to practice observation skills. With your child, listen for sounds both loud and soft as you take a walk and then draw and organize the sounds onto picture cards to extend the learning at home.