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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Home Alone in Dr. Two-Brains' Lair
Dr. Two-Brains has left his lair and his henchmen are feeling mischevious. Your child can learn new nouns in this game by aiming a cheese ray at objects to turn them into cheese.
How Do You Measure Up?
In this game from Martha Speaks, your child can find out about measuring and take a fun "quizmo" to see what she learned.
How to be an Inventor
Inventions are a fun way to feed your child's curiosity. In this click-along story, your child can find out what it means to be an "INVENTOR," and learn some new words along the way!
In this game, your child can get Captain Huggy Face to dance by picking the picture that goes with each word.
In the Park with Skits
Skits needs help sniffing out new things! In this game, your child can help guide Skits through the park to find pictures examples of the new words.
Your child can practice fast-paced reading and rhyming skills in this game where Jessica needs to collect rhyming words to catch up with Danny!
Journey to the Golden Bone
Woofster is going on an adventure to find the golden bone. Along the way, your child can help Woofster by hunting for treasure chests that contain letters and word definitions to guide the way.
Bots and word bits! Your child can build words from word segments in this fast-paced bot spelling game.
Your child can follow these instructions to create a dog feeder or a cereal dispenser while learning about the meanings of words such as directions, assemble, and materials.
Letters to Big Bird
Big Bird has received an alphabet letter in the mail. Your child can practice beginning letter sounds by finding the objects that start with that letter.
Lickety Letter Bingo
In this game, your child can practice identifying letters with Alpha Pig. At the end, he will uncover a fun picture from Super Why!
Lovely Letter Match Up
Your child can practice letter and sound knowledge with this Super Why memory matching game featuring Princess Presto.
Make the Band
Martha is taking over the recording studio. Your child will learn about instruments and new music vocabulary as she composes a song in this Martha Speaks game.
Your child can help three puppies find bones using their listening and direction following skills in this game with brand new words.