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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Daniel Tiger is getting ready for bed. Your child can help Daniel complete his bedtime routine in this online game.
My Bedtime Routine Book
Using photographs or pictures cut from magazines, you and your child can create a book that shows what tasks your child can do to clean up and get ready for bed.
My Fish Tank
Observing fish in a tank can help your child appreciate similarities and differences. In this game, your child can watch and interact with Daniel Tiger's fish tank and learn more about the unique characteristics of each fish.
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.
Daniel Tiger and his friends are celebrating Neighbor Day! In this game, your child can ride along on Trolley and help each neighbor complete tasks such as gathering flowers, blowing up balloons, and cleaning picnic tables.
Daniel Tiger is building a sand castle. Your child can help him by picking sand shapes and adding decorations.
Something Special for Dad
Daniel is sending a letter to his Dad to show him how much he loves him. Your child can read along with this interactive storybook as Daniel describes how he made and sent the letter.
Spin and Sing
It's so much fun to sing along with Daniel Tiger! In this online experience, your child can spin a wheel of eight songs to sing along with Daniel and reinforce concepts such as counting to four when mad and being a helper at home.
Your child can create his own game spinner to practice taking turns and knowing what move to make next in a game.
Daniel is hosting a tea party for his friends. Your child can practice manners, taking turns, and sharing by giving each friend tea and snacks.
Thank You Cards
Making thank you cards when people show kindness can help your child develop an attitude of gratitude.
Walking on a masking tape "tightrope" can help your child build confidence, concentration, and coordination while encouraging imagination through pretend play.