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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Creating Memorization Skills Through Play
Playing pretend restaurant can be fun and help build memory and literacy skills.
Try extending familiar rhymes and songs by putting on a play or making this edible craft.
Providing opportunities to explore the stories, music and language of their own and other cultures can expand your child's appreciation of the diverse cultures in the world.
Using these printable characters and plants, your child can create his own Nature Cat gardening scene.
Seeds can be dispersed in nature in many ways. Your child can learn about different seeds and then do a dance to act out how the seeds are scattered.
Dandelion Fingerprint Painting
Your child can combine science and art by creating a fingerprint painting of a dandelion and its blowing seeds.
Definition of Cool
Brainstorming a list of talents and attributes can help your child build self-esteem and discover that being cool means feeling good about your actions and yourself.
Dinosaur Hand Shadows
Using printable silhouettes and a flashlight, you and your child can create dinosaur shaped hand shadows.
Dinosaurs of a Feather
Examining clean bird feathers can help your child understand that different types of feathers serve different purposes. After examining the feathers, your child can create a picture of a Velociraptor with feathers.
Dockside Delivery Game
Playing a Thomas themed relay race can help your child practice following instructions and working with a team.
Draw Your Feelings
Drawing is one way to express feelings. In this Daniel Tiger printable, your child can draw a picture of how he is feeling today.
Your child can learn more about your local birds by observing them in your backyard or park and then taking photographs or sketching pictures of the birds he finds.
Eat Like a Bird
Your child can learn about how a bird eats by using various utensils to create a 'bird beak' and then using those utensils to try to pick up food. It may be more challenging than you think!
Eating the Alphabet
What letter does "apple" start with? Let your child practice beginning letters and sounds by creating weekly grocery lists together.