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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Two Words Become One
In this activity, your child can have fun learning about compound words by cutting out or drawing pictures of simple words and pairing them together to make new words.
Uppercase-Lowercase Matching Game
Your child can learn about uppercase and lowercase letters with this matching game.
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.
Your child can learn about predictions and new weather vocabulary as she tracks weather information on a chart.
What Am I?
You can expand your child's vocabulary and knowledge of different professions by playing this fun game of charades.
Which Would You Choose?
Would you rather have a pet elephant or a pet monkey? You can expand your child's vocabulary and critical thinking skills by asking this and other 'would you rather' questions and comparing answers to other people's preferences.
In WordGirl's Word Find, your child can search for and practice spelling many of the words from the show!
Your child can practice spelling and unscrambling new and familiar words in this printable activity.
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.