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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Mindy's Wheel of Planets
Your child can complete a craft and play a game to learn more about the planets in our solar system.
Missing in My Room
Peg and Cat have so much stuff! Your child can help them find what they are looking for by searching through this printable seek and find picture.
In this math and engineering activity, your child can explore how some objects are found naturally and some are people made and how each can be large or small.
Ms. O's Coldest Cases
Determining which information is important can help when solving a mystery. Your child can use deductive reasoning skills to help the Odd Squad solve four cold cases.
Nature Trackers: Connect the Stars
Tiny is going on an adventure to observe the night sky. Your child can count by ones to connect the stars and form a constellation for Tiny to see.
Odd Squad Crest
Your child can practice following directions in this color by number printable featuring the Odd Squad crest.
Odd Squad Number Line
Using this printable number line, your child can practice many math skills including addition, subtraction and skip counting.
Odd Squad Quiz: Which Agent Are You?
Is your child most like Otto, Olive, Oscar, or Ms. O? Find out with this Odd Squad quiz.
Playing this card game can help your child develop early math skills by counting to 10 and knowing what is more or less than 10.
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.
Planning and Building a Structure for a Favorite Toy
Building a structure for a stuffed animal or toy car can help your child develop spatial reasoning skills and better understand length and width.
Play "How Many Ways Old Are You?"
Does your child love to tell people his age? Together with your child, explore numbers and counting by figuring out how many ways your child can express his age.
Play Thinga-Ma-Jigger Hide-And-Seek
You can help your child sharpen their spatial reasoning skills with this hide and seek game. Help guide your child to the location of a hidden object using direction words.