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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Ants on a Log
Your child can practice early spelling skills by using raisins to make short words while also having a healthy snack of ants on a log.
Around Your World
Literacy and geography go hand in hand with this activity that focuses on drawing and labeling the continents of the world.
Your child can express his creativity by putting on an art show at home. You can include literacy skills too by brainstorming rhyming words and then incorporating them into the drawings.
Attack of the Eraser
The Super Readers need your child's help to save Reader Valley from The Eraser. Using word knowledge, your child can change the words in the cartoon to restore Reader Valley and save the day.
In this game, your child can practice reading skills by matching words and pictures to the missing pieces of four different stories.
Together with your child, make a book about manners to help your child practice writing skills and learn about concepts like please and thank you.
Build A Sign
In this activity, your child can go on a sign hunt to practice letter recognition and sign reading skills.
Build a Tent
In this "pin the tail on the horse" game, your child can practice letter sounds, printing, and rhyming.
In this game, your child can develop letter-sound knowledge skills while making a cake. At the end, she can have a celebration with the Super Why superheros!
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.
Your child can practice letter-sound correspondence while making his or her own Super Why superhero.
Princess Presto uses her magic spelling wand to spell the word "pop" to pop balloons and save the dancing princesses! Your child will learn about the "p" and "o" sounds.
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!
Your child can spell "DINOSAUR" and other fun words in this hide-and-seek letters activity.