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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Word Girl/Miss Power Face-Off
Your child can help WordGirl defeat Miss Power using by identifying antonyms!
Word Magic, Word Find!
Breaking down compound words from WordGirl into smaller words can help your child learn new vocabulary and recognize words. Try it with this activity.
Oh no, Manny's Word Mangler is breaking words into pieces! Your child can grab the word parts to build new words with the pieces before time runs out.
In Truman's bunch of mini-games, your child can learn new words and act them out with her favorite characters from Martha Speaks!
Your child can practice spelling and unscrambling new and familiar words in this printable activity.
WordGirl Confronts Mr. Birg
Appearances can be deceiving! Word Girl defines "EMPLOYEE" and "DOPPLEGANGER" in this clip where Mr. Big hires a lookalike to trick her.
Word Girl defines "DAWDLE" in this clip to describe Mr. Two Brain's behavior (and also, her own)!
WordGirl Doesn't Get Tricked... Much
Your child can learn about journalism, facts, and opinions in this clip where Becky is upset over a newspaper article written by Scoops about Word Girl.
WordGirl Superhero Training
WordGirl is training superheros! Your child can be a superhero and practice reading, listening to multi-step directions, and learn about synonyms in this fun app.
WordGirl's Robot Buddy
Word Girl has to team up with Tobey to defeat the Coach! But first she has to explain the word "CACKLE" when she hears his evil laugh.
In this activity, your child can work on conflict resolution skills by using two stuffed animals to role play and brainstorm solutions to solve a conflict.
Write a Play
Just like Princess Pea and Red, you and your child can work together to write and put on a play as a way of practicing writing skills and creative thinking.
Together with your child, write a story based on a memory. Then help your child read the story back to you.