Play and movement are an important part of healthy brain development. Children learn at a very early age how to engage and interact with the world around them through play.
Learning Through Play
As children play, they explore their world and learn skills crucial to brain development. These resources encourage playing to learn.
Play Helps Kids De-stress
Play can help regulate children's stress response in addition to supporting their development and other skills needed to grow strong.
Play 'Simon Says' with Dot and her friends in the car, at dinner time, or even bath time to practice listening and following directions.
PBS KIDS Games to Play Together
Playing games together—whether they are digital games, board games, or party games—is a great way to spend quality time together as a family.
Online Games Help Children with Disabilities
PBS KIDS games are a great way to introduce children with disabilities to online games. Learn tips to make sure your child has fun.
Nature Cat Scavenger Hunt
Go on a scavenger hunt with Nature Cat then ask kids to locate goods around the house and even foods at the grocery store.