Thanks for joining us for our virtual family event!  We’ve gathered some of our favorite Sid the Science Kid activities for you to explore with your young scientists. We can’t wait to see you at our next virtual family workshops!

Sid the Science Kid Coloring Page

A tree stump can be a great habitat for little creatures. After your little ones finish coloring, have your young scientist draw the creatures they think Sid and May are observing.

Here’s another tip:  Go outside and explore! Encourage your little one to find interesting items in nature. When you go back inside, ask them to draw the items they discovered during your adventure.

Kid-Approved Sid the Science Kid Games

Detroit PBS Kid Mateo

We asked our good buddy, Mateo, to test some Sid the Science Kid games. Here are his top picks:

 

Sid the Science Kid Extension Activities

If your little one enjoyed our time together making shadows, they’ll enjoy these additional extension activities that allow them to explore light and darkness. These ideas could be used in a classroom setting, or at home as family-bonding activities.

Light Scavenger Hunt

There are lots of different sources of light. Some are natural — like the sun or stars — and some are artificial — like light bulbs in lamps. We’re going on a scavenger hunt to identify light sources in the environment.

Cave of Darkness

Sid and his friends agree. Sometimes darkness can be scary. Finding out that things don’t change in the dark and that darkness is just the absence of light helps Sid feel better about the dark. Exploring darkness in a fun way helps, too!

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Whether exploring science on a family walk, testing out math skills by measuring ingredients for dinner, or strengthening self-awareness and self-esteem by listening to family stories, PBS Kids for Parents is committed to supporting you with parent advice and learning activities that will help your child thrive this year — in school or at home.

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