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.
Results 31 – 45 of 476
Big Brother Daniel
In this interactive book, your child can learn early literacy skills and about helping care for a new baby in the family.
In this fun app featuring Peg + Cat and their friends, children ages 3 to 6 can practice math skills by learning and creating songs.
Inez needs help running errands. Your child can use a map and grid to help Inez figure out the shortest route to get all of her errands done.
In this game from Curious George, your child will select a series of numbers in the correct order to count-down and launch a rocketship.
Bob's Tool Box
In this open-ended game, your child can learn more about tools like a hammer, drill, and screwdriver as he helps Bob use the tools from a tool box.
Boogie Woogie Bird Legs
Animals like birds can communicate through movement. Your child can put together a bird dance party while learning about animal communication.
In this game, your child can practice reading skills by matching words and pictures to the missing pieces of four different stories.
Break It Down
In this game, your child can use Plum's special cannon to match the correct decomposers with their target and turn it into rich soil.
George is having a party. Your child can practice early math skills such as patterning, addition, and subtraction by answering questions as she moves along the game board to reach the party.
Peg needs to fill the tub for her bath. Your child can learn about capacity and estimation by selecting different sized containers to fill Peg's bathtub with water.
Your child can practice counting by ones with bathtime bubbles in this Curious George online game.
Buddy's Gem Hunt
Your child can go on a gem hunt with Buddy to find and sort gems of specific shapes, colors, and sizes for the Dinosaur Train Conductor.
Curious George is catching bugs. Your child can practice prediction, estimation, and counting skills while helping George catch and release the bugs.