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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Host a Family Olympics
Your child can plan and create her own simple athletic events such as obstacle courses and cooperative races. She can even hold a medal ceremony after the games.
Identify Soft and Loud Sounds in this Homemade Game
Taking a walk in your neighborhood can be good exercise and good way to practice observation skills. With your child, listen for sounds both loud and soft as you take a walk and then draw and organize the sounds onto picture cards to extend the learning at home.
Keeping Kids' Math Skills Sharp All Summer Long
You can help your child practice math skills over the summer by incorporating lessons into everyday events. Your child can draw graphs to document progress with saving money or physical activity, estimate distance and quantity, and figure out rules to guess a number.
Let's Dew It!
Air temperature and humidity work together to make condensation, dew and fog. In this experiment, your child will incorporate counting and measuring skills while learning about dew point.
Lost In Space
All of the items Peg and Cat took to space are floating away. Using this printable seek and find page, your child can practice counting skills while helping Peg track down all of her escaping items.
Make a Shape Collage
Shapes are all around us. In this activity, spend time with your child looking for and talking about the characteristics of shapes inside and outside your home.
Make an Awesome Shapely Kite
Is it a windy day outside? If so, it’s a perfect time to fly a kite! Build a paper bag kite with your child and decorate it with shapes to learn more about lines, sides, and angles.
Make Leaf Observations on an Autumn Nature Walk
Collecting leaves in the fall can be fun. In this fall leaf activity, your child can practice sorting and classifying leaves based on their attributes.
Make Pancakes With Science on the Side!
The kitchen is a great place to explore math and science skills. Turn your morning breakfast into a learning opportunity by measuring ingredients and discussing the changes that occur as you mix ingredients to make yummy pancakes.
Make Paper Planes to Glide Like a Draco
Using paper airplanes, you and your child can explore the science of gliding and better understand how draco lizards glide from tree to tree.
Make Your Own Cat Plushy
You can help build your elementary-aged child's self-confidence and early math skills by sewing this adorable cat beanie.
Make Your Own Mathroom
The Mathroom is one of the most important rooms at Odd Squad headquarters. Now your child can make her own Mathroom at home with this fun paper craft.
Math and Sports: Tips for Parents
Sporting events offer many opportunties to practice early math skills. Here are some tips for how to engage your child in the fun of sports while reinforcing important math concepts like making and interpreting diagrams and making predictions.
Together with your child, measure objects around the house by using feet, hands, or even blocks.