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Baby Activities & Games

These online activities from PBS KIDS help older babies learn about cause and effect relationships and basic concepts. Older babies will enjoy watching as their parents or older siblings play these games and talk about them. They may even be able to press keys to initiate an action on the screen.

Barney & Friends: Happy, Mad, Silly, Sad
Explore different emotions when you match the clown’s face with his feelings.

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood: Alphabet Doors
Click on a letter to see what object is hiding behind the door!

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood: Story Corner
Read along with Mister Rogers as you listen to some of his great stories.

Mister Rogers’ Neigborhood: Songs
Express feelings when you sing Mister Rogers’ songs together.

Teletubbies: Nursery Rhymes
Listen to the voice trumpets recite favorite nursery rhymes.

Sesame Street: Color Me Hungry
Organize different fruits and vegetables by color as you learn more about them.

Teletubbies: Peek-a-Boo
Play peek-a-boo with your favorite Teletubbies.

Teletubbies: Splat
Experiment with color and sound with the click of a mouse.

Use the PBS Parents Activity Search to find more reading and writing projects, games and stories.

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