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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Addition Agility with Olive and Otto
Your child can sharpen her addition skills by solving four quick Odd Squad cases all related to the number 15.
How far can you launch it? Learn about creating a launcher using air pressure in this simple activity using recycled materials.
All Aboard with Words Game
Your child can develop persistence and practice early literacy and spelling skills by playing a Thomas themed word game.
All About Lizards
In this activity, you and your child can do four short investigations with everyday materials to illustrate how lizards use cool features to survive in their environments.
All Wound Up
Your child can flex her engineering muscles in this fun activity to build a race car using a rubber band a straw!
Alpha Pig's Lickety Letter Find!
Lickety Letters! It's fun to find letters in a word search! Your child can help Alpha Pig find the letters needed to make words such as fix and pig in this printable word search.
In this activity, your child can practice alphabet skills by following a trail of Alpha Pig's alphabet letters to find a hidden treasure.
Alphabet Corn Maze
This corn maze of letters will help your child practice the alphabet. Take it a step further and create a maze with other words to help your child develop spelling and writing skills.
Your child can practice letter recognition and letter sounds by creating and completing his own alphabet puzzle.
Animal Matching Game
Your child can learn more about animal habitats in this quick habitat activity from The Cat in the Hat.
Another Big Tree Problem
Peg is stuck in a tree! Your child can help Ramone get Peg down by cutting out shapes and building a structure that will reach the top of the tree.
Ants on a Log
Your child can practice early spelling skills by using raisins to make short words while also having a healthy snack of ants on a log.
Your child can explore physical changes that cannot be reversed in this yummy activity that results in an edible snack.