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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Recipe for Making a "Hullabaloo
WordGirl and Tobey argue about the meaning of the word "hullabaloo." Your child can use his or her imagination to make a recipe for hullabaloo, practicing new vocabulary words!
Playing pretend restaurant can be fun and help build memory and literacy skills.
Reverse-A-Ball Word Challenge
Your child can build vocabulary, spelling, and math skills while unscrambling words in this activity from The Electric Company.
You can put a new twist on a classic game with this fun I-Spy rhyming game. Can your child find something in the room that rhymes frog?
Your child can find and sort words that rhyme with frog, bug, and cat in this fun activity from WordWorld.
Ruff and Smooth Scavenger Hunt
Your child can go on a scavenger hunt, finding and recording observations of objects of different textures -- such as smooth, prickly, or fluffy!
Ruff Plushie & Game
Help your child make a plushie that can be pushed with different forces towards a target.
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.
Shape Hunt Adventure
Go on a shape hunt adventure! Your child can identify and take pictures of shapes around the house or neighborhood, and then use the photos to make a shape book.
Sharing Family Stories
Your child can practice writing and storytelling skills by interviewing family members and retelling their stories.