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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Ruffet Recipe Cards
Use these recipe cards with your child while cooking to predict and investigate how food tastes, feels and changes.
The itsy bitsy spider is in a web of letters. Your child can practice writing letters and words, and connecting letters of his or her name to form a web.
Secret Codes and Magic Messages
You can combine science, reading, and secret codes with this activity that uses lemon juice and heat to reveal secret messages.
Sharing Family Stories
Your child can practice writing and storytelling skills by interviewing family members and retelling their stories.
Children can use materials from around their homes to dress up Ruff for his next show! Help children explore which properties are best suited for different occasions -- such as a rainy day or a disco party!
Your child can showcase her creativity in this activity that uses text from newspapers to create new and silly sentences.
Singing together as a family can be fun. Take turns being the vocalist or the conductor to learn about tempo and beat.
Sniff and Tell
What smells fragrant and what reaks? There are so many smells around us; have your child describe the smells he or she encounters!
Super Song...Super Band
Making music in your home can be easy with these simple ideas for creating maracas, drums, and horns.
Super Street Map
Creating a map of your neighborhood can help your child develop literacy, spatial awareness, and map reading skills. Together with your child, take a walk around your neighborhood to complete this super street map activity.
Super Why Guitar
Your child can learn the letters of the alphabet as they sing along with their homemade SuperWhy! guitar.
Super Why's Super Duper Word Find!
Super Why has the power to read! Your child can practice his reading and word identification skills by finding words in this Super Why word search.
Supermarket Scavenger Hunt
Your child can develop early language and literacy skills by matching beginning letters and their sounds to items found at the supermarket.
Your child can learn about and practice coming up with synonyms for known words in this challenging game.