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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Peg's friends want new hair styles. Your child can practice counting skills and learn about longer and shorter while performing a set of hair styling actions in a particular order.
Journey to Ernie
Big Bird is on an adventure to find where Ernie is hiding. Using Big Bird's clues, your child can help find Ernie.
Letters to Big Bird
Big Bird has received an alphabet letter in the mail. Your child can practice beginning letter sounds by finding the objects that start with that letter.
Lord of the Crumbs
Cookie Monster is trying to reach his precious recipe. Your child can help Cookie Monster collect gem shapes and then listen to instructions to complete pattern and shape puzzles to find the recipe.
Buster is serving school lunch. Can your child help him put together a balance of healthy foods?
Make a Card
Your child can express creativity by using backgrounds, stickers, shapes and colors to create and print a greeting card featuring Daniel Tiger and his friends.
Your child can visualize the shapes that make up George's face in this puzzle game with Curious George.
Buster wants to make a movie that shows a specific emotion… sad, excited, happy, or funny. Your child can choose items to appear in the movie that best matches the selected emotion.
Neighborhood Clean Up
Daniel, Katerina, and their neighbors work together to clean up their playground. Your child can learn about recycling, community involvement, and reading skills in this story.
Oscar's Rotten Ride
Oscar is going on a treasure hunt for trash in the ocean, on the beach, and in space. Your child can help Oscar while learning about height, ordering, and following directions .
Oscar's Trash Collection
Oscar needs help sorting his trash. Your child can help Oscar by sorting the trash onto shelves according to shape, color or pattern.
Your child can build a park to learn about planting seeds, what plants need to grow, and about the four seasons.
George loves to give presents. Your child can help George pick and wrap a present for one of his friends.