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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Addition Agility with Olive and Otto
Your child can sharpen her addition skills by solving four quick Odd Squad cases all related to the number 15.
The Odd Squad doctor needs an assistant! Your child can help cure the Odd Squad agents of their odd ailments by collecting data to make a diagnosis while learning about fractions, volume, coordinates, and greater than/less than comparisons.
Agent Orchid tells us a little bit about herself, and how she is figuring out at Odd Squad if her personality is a result of the experiences she has had.
Agent Todd is Back
Ms. O asks Olive and Otto to find any information that could help the Odd Squad predict where Odd Todd might strike next.
In this Dinosaur Train game, your child can learn about counting, distance and trajectory as he tries to land his dinosaur in just the right spot to win the game.
Aki the Ninja
Peg + Cat use their math skills to take away objects from Aki so she has one of each left.
Al rescate de Shari Spotter-- SPANISH CLIP FOR "RESCUING SHARI SPOTTER
Your child can learn about how to use a fulchrum and vary the length of a level according to weight in this clip where the Cyber Squad must rescue Shari. [Spanish]
All About That Shape
In this clip, Peg and Cat talk about the differences beween solid shapes and flat shapes, and they explore how to solve puzzles.
All Dolled Up
Harry needs to use 2D pieces, which have length and width, to build a 3D structure, which has length, width, and height, for his sister's birthday present.
All That Glitters is Not Gold
Bianca learns about currency from different places and different time periods.
Almost A Perfect Ten
Your child can practice adding to 10 with this gameshow clip where contestants try to get exactly 10 points from 2 judges.
An Endless Cycle
Harry calculates how long it will take him to get to his Grandma's house. Your child will learn about multiplication and exploring what they can get done in an hour.