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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Millie's Calm Down Jar
Creating a 'calm down jar' can give your child something to focus on when he feels anxious.
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.
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 Cat Plant Journal
Journaling is a fun way to keep track of plant growth over time. Your child can use this printable Nature Cat plant journal to record her observations.
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.
Parts of Peg
Using the 2-D printable shapes in this activity, your child can build her own Peg paper doll.
Planning a festive party can be fun! Your child can create a plan and host a party for stuffed animals or friends.
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.
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.
Play Pretend: Resolving Conflict
Role-playing possible solutions to bullying or peer arguments can help your child know what to do when faced with a social conflict.
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.