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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ABC Scrub With Me
In this activity, you'll find ways to emphasize hygiene and handwashing while practicing letters and letter sounds with your child.
Act Like an Animal
Can you act like a monkey? With this animal sorting game, you and your child can act out the actions of different kinds of animals.
Your child can practice engineering skills by creating a Jumping Jack puppet with levers and string.
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 Aboard! It's a Dino Breakfast!
After watching the Pteranodon Family enjoy breakfast on the Dinosaur Train, your junior chef can build self-confidence in the kitchen by making some dinosaur inspired dishes for your family.
All About Feelings
Making a feelings book can help your child better understand and label her feelings.
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 On Board!
Your child can work on coping with separation by being the conductor of her own train in this Daniel Tiger activity.
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!
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.