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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Your child can learn about making materials stronger by changing their shape with this challenge to support a book using just one sheet of paper.
Talking about Arthur's eyeglasses can help your child better understand how eyeglasses work and why some people need to wear them.
Uppercase-Lowercase Matching Game
Your child can learn about uppercase and lowercase letters with this matching game.
Ups and Downs
With this activity, your child will learn to use elements of the engineering process to design, test, and reflect on how to best build a ramp to roll a ball to a target. Your child will learn about forces, motion, and properties of objects that impact motion.
Use a Number Line to Catch a Thief
Using a number line and subtraction skills, your child can figure out which items are missing in a mystery object game.
Use Detective Skills to Discover Shapes
In this "I Spy" game, your child can find shapes in her environment based on shape specific clues.
Use Fractions While Making a Bird Feeder
Combine the fun of feeding your local birds and building your child’s measuring and fraction skills while you create a homemade bird feeder.
Use Math While Baking Peg’s Honey Cake
Peg and her friends find math all around them, including in the kitchen. Together with your child, look for all the ways that you use math as you bake and decorate a delicious honey cake.
V Freeze Tag
In “V is for Vacation,” Duck finds many things that are shaped like the letter V, including a “V” formed by birds flying together. Help your child learn the shape of the letter V in this fun tag game.
Walk Like Animals
Can your child waddle like a duck or swim like a fish? Make a game of it by drawing and imitating all sorts of pets and animals.
Your child can learn more about recycling by sorting a day's worth of trash from your home into different classes and then graphing what percentage can be recycled vs. true trash.
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.
Your child can learn about predictions and new weather vocabulary as she tracks weather information on a chart.