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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The Case of Double Duck
Two, four, eight, sixteen… Your child can practice doubling numbers to help the Odd Squad solve this case of double trouble.
The Case of the Centigurps That Keep Escaping
Five, Ten, Fifteen, Twenty… Practicing skip counting skills in this activity can help your child learn how to count to high numbers without going one by one.
The Flurry of Fifteens
Franny Fifteen is on her way and she needs lots of 15s ready for her when she arrives! Your child can help by figuring out all the different ways that two numbers can be added together to make the number 15.
The Peg + Cat Big Jig Flipbook
Your child can practice number and counting skills while making Peg and Cat dance in this simple to put together printable flip book.
The Peg + Cat Doodle it Yourself Flipbook
Your child can create her own flipbook with drawings of Peg and Cat or anything else she imagines.
The Peg + Cat Floppy Hop Flipbook
Your child can practice number recognition and ordering skills while putting together a 24 page flip book that will show Cat doing a floppy hop dance.
The Peg + Cat Sorty Sort Flipbook
Stacking these 24 printable pages together, your child can make a flip book and watch Peg and Cat move.
The Pirates' "Great Banana" Fruit Salad
You and your child can count to 10, measure height, and break down teen numbers into 10s and ones while making a healthy fruit salad.
Turn Chairs Into a Pretend Trolley
Your child can work on coping with separation by being the conductor of her own train in this Daniel Tiger activity.
Use a Number Line to Catch a Thief
Using a number line and subtraction skills, your child can figure out which items are missing in a mystery object game.
Use Math While Baking Peg’s Honey Cake
Peg and her friends find math all around them, including in the kitchen. Together with your child, look for all the ways that you use math as you bake and decorate a delicious honey cake.
Work Together by Playing a Helping Game
Being a helper can be fun! Working together at clean up time can make the job go faster.