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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Creating colorful pictograms is a great way to introduce your child to graphing. In this game your child can help Curious George select certain color hats for a graph.
Hearts & Crafts
George is making cards! Your child can practice spatial reasoning skills while creating cards to give to George's friends.
Hide and Seek
Your child can practice matching a number of objects to numerals and number words in this hide-and-seek game!
Your child can practice counting by fives as Curious George makes handprints with paint in this online game.
Comparing the size of 2 objects is a great way to introduce your child to measurement! Your child can use objects such as meatballs and teddy bears to practice non-standard measurement and help Curious George estimate the height of his friends.
I Love Shapes
In this game, your child helps Curious George catch shapes. Deciding what shapes to catch can help build your child's decision making abilities.
In this creative activity, you can foster your child's early engineering skills by having them imagine, design, and build with everyday objects.
Curious George is practicing his juggling skills. Your child can count, add, and subtract to give George the correct number of fruits to juggle.
Your child can learn some basic engineering concepts while building a city in the living room.
In this cooking activity, your child can make predictions, observations, and discoveries while learning about the importance of following the directions.
George is working in Chef Pisghetti's restaurant. Your child can help George count out the right number of meatballs to complete each order.
Your child can visualize the shapes that make up George's face in this puzzle game with Curious George.
Curious George is helping to fill the toy store with bouncy balls. Your child can practice counting skills while helping George fill the store.
In this math and engineering activity, your child can explore how some objects are found naturally and some are people made and how each can be large or small.