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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WordGirl needs to stop the Butcher from stealing from the museum. Your child will learn new words while reading this wacky comic book adventure.
Comic Strip Capers!
WordGirl is fighting villians in these fun comic strips. Your child can choose the words to create his or her own comic strip story and help WordGirl defeat these troublesome characters.
Your child can learn about the word "COMPATIBLE" in this clip where Chuck confronts the other villains.
You child can make a card of compliments for a friend or family member using kind words like WordGirl might use.
Contraption Saves the Day!
Your child can learn the definition of "CONTRAPTION" when Word Girl needs one to defeat Grannie Mae.
Your child can practice measurement skills and learn cooking vocabulary in this activity where you team up to bake a yummy yellow cake.
Martha needs help driving her crazy vehicle. Your child can learn new vocabulary such as accelerate and transform as he helps Martha deliver packages.
Create a “My Favorite Toys” Book
Your child can develop writing skills by creating a book all about his favorite toys.
Create a Super Dog
The new puppy needs your child's reading skills! Practice matching written words to verbal definitions in this Woofster puppy game.
Create Your Own Feeling Words Book
Making a feelings book can help your child better understand and label her feelings.
Creating Memorization Skills Through Play
Playing pretend restaurant can be fun and help build memory and literacy skills.
De-hy-what?" Becky defines the word "DEHYDRATED" using the root "HYDRATE" for her friend when she takes care of watering his plant.
Your child can learn about food groups and sorting foods in this game where Woofster needs help finding ingredients for a meal for the Super Readers!
The journalists talk about the word "DETAILS" in this clip where Becky denies her secret identity.