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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Water, Rocks, and Mud
In this series of activities, you and your child can observe and collect different elements in nature to improve early science awareness.
In this activity, your child can build his engineering skills by designing a boat out of straws and plastic wrap.
We Are All the Same, We Are All Different
Exploring similarities and differences through a game can help children learn to appreciate each other's unique attributes.
Your child can learn about predictions and new weather vocabulary as she tracks weather information on a chart.
Weddings Around the World
Reading stories and talking about weddings can help your child learn about your own family traditions and wedding traditions from cultures around the world.
What Am I?
You can expand your child's vocabulary and knowledge of different professions by playing this fun game of charades.
Your child can practice engineering skills by building a bridge out of cardboard that won't collapse under the weight of a pile of books.
What's In There?
Your child can refine her scientific investigation skills in this game where she uses her senses to guess the identity of a hidden object.
What's That Shape
Your child can practice identifying and drawing basic geometric shapes with this set of shape activities from Curious George.
What's That Smell?
This activity can help your child understand sense of smell by using his nose to identify items that he cannot see.
What's The Buzz?
You child can learn about sound by making an instrument that anyone can play – a kazoo – and get the buzz on sound vibrations!
What's Your Job
In this activity, your child can create a spinner that shows chores he can do to feel confident in new skills and contribute to the family household.
Spend some time with your child exploring wheels in your neighborhood and at home. Try some of these simple ideas.
Which Would You Choose?
Would you rather have a pet elephant or a pet monkey? You can expand your child's vocabulary and critical thinking skills by asking this and other 'would you rather' questions and comparing answers to other people's preferences.