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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In this fun game with Trolley, your child can be in charge, deciding where and which direction Trolley should drive.
Explore Nature on a Walk
Taking a walk with your child can help him learn to appreciate the world around him.
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.
Grow Sprouts from Dried Beans
Growing plants can help your child see day-to-day progress of living things growing. Try this activity to sprout beans and then plant them in a garden or window pot.
In My Bathroom
Daniel Tiger is learning how to take care of himself by brushing his teeth and washing his hands. In this game, your child can play about and practice some bathroom routines.
Keep Trying! Create a “Tightrope” to Talk About Practice
Walking on a masking tape "tightrope" can help your child build confidence, concentration, and coordination while encouraging imagination through pretend play.
Let's Make Believe
In this game, your child can develop imagination skills has she guides Daniel Tiger through a game of make believe as an explorer, a cowboy or a superhero.
Make a “Coupon Book” of Helpful Gifts
Making gift coupons is one way to say “I love you.” Together with your child, create a coupon book of ways your child can help with a family task or give as a gift on special occasions.
Make a Bedtime Routine Book
Using photographs or pictures cut from magazines, you and your child can create a book that shows what tasks your child can do to clean up and get ready for bed.
Make a Card
Your child can express creativity by using backgrounds, stickers, shapes and colors to create and print a greeting card featuring Daniel Tiger and his friends.
Make a Healthy “Feelings Faces” Snack
Creating faces on this fun snack can provide an opportunity for you and your child to talk about feelings and emotions.
Make a Paper Chain to Practice Cooperation
Making paper chains can be a fun way for your child to practice fine motor skills or patterning and can offer an opportunity for two children to practice working together to create a bigger project.
Make A Silly Folded Picture
Creating a silly picture with others can help your child develop creativity and cooperative learning skills.
Make Your Own Thank-You Cards
Making thank you cards when people show kindness can help your child develop an attitude of gratitude.