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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Do You See My Seahorse?
The Cat in the Hat is matching the adult seahorses with their babies. Your child can play 3 levels of this game to practice counting, grouping, and early addition skills.
Double the Donuts
In this game, your child can help a dragon double his donut supply while learning how quickly things stack up when doubled!
Down The Tubes
The Odd Squad needs help fixing their transportation tubes. Your child can practice math concepts including measurement, addition and spatial reasoning skills while helping the Odd Squad make the needed repairs.
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.
Escape from Greasy World
There is trouble in Greasy World and Professor Fizzy needs help. As your child helps to save the day, she will learn to rotate puzzle pieces to fit them together to make a picture, sort objects based on multiple attributes, and order objects by height and length.
Curious George wants to share an equal number of treats between dogs. Your child can practice counting and comparison skills while helping George distribute the treats.
Fill It Up!
Experimenting with filling containers up can help your child understand volume. In this game, your child adds water to different containers, but must keep them from overflowing!
Harry's dog, Tuffy, is lost in the park. Using knowledge of distance and overlapping circles, your child can help reunite Harry with his dog.
Your child can develop memory skills and practice mimicking patterns by copying the colored light patterns given off by the firefly.
Ruff Ruffman's plushie has gotten stuck in the middle of an ice pond. Using knowledge of force, friction, and angles, your child can help Ruff push the plushie across the ice and back to safety.
Curious George is growing a flower garden. Your child can practice counting skills by counting flowers with George.
Freddy’s Carnival Countoff
In this fun carnival game, your child can practice counting, adding by 1s, 5s, and 10s, and estimating quantities while using comparative vocabulary such as 'fewest' and 'most.'
Fresh Pick Mini Games
In this collection of mini games, your child will learn to navigate spaces, use spatial clues to locate items, add and subtract to meet a budget, and sort items based on multiple attributes.
The Wild Kratts need help catching robofish. Once your child catches the fish, she can practice classifying and sorting the fish based on number, size and color attributes.