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 With Allie
Your child can read and count along with Curious George and Allie in this online guided storybook.
Count Your Chickens
In this game, your child can help Curious George count and compare numbers while counting baby chicks in a pen.
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.
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.
In this activity, you and your child can talk about building, making a plan, and following steps.
Discover the Magic of Bubbles
Your child can practice using observation and communication skills while exploring bubbles in this fun activity.
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.
Everything Must GO!
George's room is a mess! Your child can practice sorting skills while helping George clean his room.
Experience the Wonders of Wind
Your child can learn about the wind and how it can move objects while practicing observation and communication skills in this fun windy day activity.
Experiment with Water Drops
Water moves in distinct ways-- explore this with your child in this water and color activity.
Exploring Paper Airplanes
Introduce your child to some basic engineering concepts such as testing and evaluating as you make paper airplanes.
Exploring the World of Animals
You and your child can take a walk around the neighborhood to observe animals and find evidence of their habitats. Your child will learn to take a close look and later draw what he or she observed.
Curious George wants to share an equal number of treats between dogs. Your child can practice counting and comparison skills while helping George distribute the treats.
Curious George is growing a flower garden. Your child can practice counting skills by counting flowers with George.