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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Using role-play strategies, talk with your child about how to handle scary situations like being lost.
Washing and decorating your family's bicycles and tricycles can be a fun way to talk about the similarities and differences between these two vehicles.
Older children can practice being a good role model by reading, drawing and painting with younger children.
In this scavenger hunt bingo game, your child can document the range of living things in your neighborhood.
Bioluminescence in the Ocean
Some parts of the ocean are very dark, so some fish use an adaptation called bioluminescence. Learn about this unique feature with your child while they color it in action.
Bird Beak Buffet
Your child can learn about how a bird eats by using various utensils to create a 'bird beak' and then using those utensils to try to pick up food. It may be more challenging than you think!
Using simple recycled materials, you and your child can create your very own rocket launcher while exploring the properties of air and force in this engineering activity.
Your child can develop memory and early math skills by sorting blocks by different attributes such as shape, size or color.
Blow It Away
Wind power! You can engineer wind-powered cars from simple materials in this activity to learn about air, forces, and weight.
Peg was having fun in her yard until the wind scattered all of her things. Your child can practice counting and spatial language skills by following directions to help Peg find her hat, uke and other items in this seek and find printable.
Together with your child, make a book about manners to help your child practice writing skills and learn about concepts like please and thank you.
This scientific investigation uses measurement and tests to explore how features of balls determine how high they bounce.
Children can work on counting and gross motor skills by creating and setting up their own bowling game.
Box Car Relay
Your child can build a box car and then use it to participate in a relay race that builds teamwork and cooperation skills.