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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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!
Talking and writing about both good and not so good times with siblings and friends can help your child better understand the ups and downs of relationships.
Fight Fears Through Art
Creating courage cards with your child can help her face fears and be brave.
Gardening for Birds
Creating a container garden with certain types of flowers can attract birds for you to observe and provide some birds with food.
Give Awards to Everyday Heroes
Your child can identify and honor everyday heroes in your community by creating and distributing hero awards.
Go on a Critter Collection Adventure
By exploring your backyard or other nearby areas of nature, your child can observe and appreciate insects and other small animals in their natural environments.
Working together to play or build a game can help your child understand that sometimes the best games are those in which everyone works together.
Your child can take a look back at how much she's grown since she was a baby by identifying new things she has learned and accomplished.
Role-playing scary situations with stuffed animals can help your child learn strategies for handling future fears.
Have a Brachiosaurus Picnic
You and your child can host a brachiosaurus picnic by putting together dinosaur themed recipes and playing dinosaur themed picnic games.
Having Fun with the Number 100
Whether you are celebrating the 100th day of school or just having fun, try one or more of these activities to practice estimating and counting to 100.
Nursing stuffed animals back to health in a pretend infirmary can provide the opportunity for your child to learn about healthy habits through discussion and role-play.
Here to Engineer
Your child can practice early engineering skills by building an appropriately sized structure for a favorite stuffed animal or toy.