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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Draw Your Super Self
In this activity, you and your child can use large pieces of paper to trace outlines of each other and then decorate the outlines with fun outfits and descriptive words.
Eating the Alphabet
What letter does "apple" start with? Let your child practice beginning letters and sounds by creating weekly grocery lists together.
Egg-Cellent Alphabet Hunt
Your child can learn to identify and write letters to form new words with this alphabet egg scavenger hunt.
There are so many characters in a fairytale story! Your child can draw pictures of fairytale characters, like Rapunzel and the Three Little Pigs, and then use those pictures to play a memory game.
Find the Ugly Duckling
Using words from the Ugly Duckling story, you can make a customized word search to help your child practice identifying letters and reading words.
Finding Checkers the Puppy
Alpha Pig spells the word "PUPPY" to find the Readers' lost puppy friend Checkers in this spelling and alphabet clip.
Finger Puppet Show
Get creative! Work with your child to make fun finger puppets and then write and act out a play with them.
Freeze Dance Rhyming
Rhyming words make Wonder Red want to dance! Your child can practice reading and recognizing words that rhyme in this online game.
Your child will learn about friendship and how to spell the word "FRIEND" in this short musical clip.
Gingerbread Cookie Letters
Baking with your child offers the opportunity to explore many math, science, and literacy skills. Try baking these fun gingerbread cookie letters to practice letter recognition and letter sounds.
Golden Crown Spelling Bee
Princess Presto is spelling words with her magic spelling wand! Your child can match letters with the sounds they make to spell words.
Have a Letter Party
Tea parties are yummy and even more fun when they involve letters! Your child can practice writing letters and recognizing items that begin with the same letters, such as T-E-A!