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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Piggy Bank Saving
Creating a piggy bank and counting money can help your child better understand the concept of saving.
Pirates and Peaches -- A Peg + Cat Board Game
Your child can practice fair shares, counting and number recognition in this fun printable board game from Peg + Cat.
Play Pretend: How to Include Others
Brainstorming and role-playing how to cope with being left out can help prepare children for a time when they might be excluded from play.
One way you can praise your child for taking steps to learn to use the potty is to give him or her these printable potty badges.
Practice Being a Good Sport
Playing catch and talking about being part of a team can help your child develop empathy skills and practice being a good sport.
Practice Math While Making Peg’s Perfect Pizza
Who says pizza has to be round? Together with your child, practice using standard units to measure ingredients to make a triangle, square or octagon pizza.
Practice Self-Control by Playing Freeze Dance
Playing a game of freeze dance can help your child develop self-control skills.
Prepare a Breakfast Feast Fit for a Dinosaur!
After watching the Pteranodon Family enjoy breakfast on the Dinosaur Train, your junior chef can build self-confidence in the kitchen by making some dinosaur inspired dishes for your family.
Pretend Play: Caring for Baby
Young children are often interested in babies. Have your child learn more about caring for an infant by role-playing with a doll or stuffed animal.
Pretend Play: Going to the Doctor
Playing doctor can help your child work through fears and anxieties about visiting the doctor.
Put on a Puppet Show
Let the Peg + Cat show begin! Your child can use simple shapes and craft materials to create Peg and Cat stick puppets for his own puppet show.
Really Useful Cargo
Your child can create a Sodor inspired cardboard box and then fill it with needed supplies to donate to charity.
Role-Play: How to “Make Up”
Knowing how to resolve conflicts between friends can be difficult for children. Help your child establish good conflict resolution skills by brainstorming and role-playing solutions to possible scenarios.
Salt Painting Our Solar System
Using glue, salt and food coloring, your child can create a colorful picture of our solar system and its planets.