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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What kind of words describe your pet? In this game, your child can create their own pet picture with props, frames, characters, and descriptive words that Martha defines!
Dog's Letter Pit
Dog is having fun jumping into a pile of letters. Your child can practice matching letters and their sounds to create words with Dog.
Dogs on Ice
Your child will learn new words such as "near, around, and over" as she makes a skating routine in this Martha Speaks game.
Dress That Rhino
Ruff Ruffman is taking Rhino out for some adventures. Choose the best outfit for Rhino to wear depending on the material required for the event.
Duck is swimming around his pond looking for WordThings. Your child can explore the pond with duck to find the words.
Elmo's World: Books
Elmo wants to make a book. Your child can choose one of the titles -- Up and Away, Under the Sea, or Blast Off -- and then add colors and stickers to the pictures to help Elmo make his book.
Freeze Dance Rhyming
Rhyming words make Wonder Red want to dance! Your child can practice reading and recognizing words that rhyme in this online game.
Frog has a room full of words and letters! Help your child find hidden words and practice letter recognition with Frog.
Frog's Rhyming Machine
Frog loves to rhyme! Your child can practice identifying words that rhyme by playing a game with Frog's Rhyming Machine.
Your child can learn new vocabulary while fixing the wacky mistakes in these mixed up pictures. Why is there a whale in the pool? Fix it.
Getting To The Game
Your child can follow along as Martha reads about different ways to travel and learn about how different forms of transportation work.
Golden Crown Spelling Bee
Princess Presto is spelling words with her magic spelling wand! Your child can match letters with the sounds they make to spell words.
Your child can help Special Agent Jack Bowzer fill in the missing words in the sentence to crack the code.
Grover's Rhyme Time
Grover is driving a train of rhyming words. Your child can help Grover drive the train and collect the items he needs to fill the rhyming train cars.