This National Video Game Day Explore PBS Kids Digital Games!

Wednesday, July 8th is National Video Game Day and what better way to celebrate than sharing some of our favorite PBS Kids Games!

PBS KIDS Games let’s your family play free learning games with everyone’s favorite PBS KIDS characters anytime, anywhere — from top shows like Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Wild Kratts, Super Why, The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That!, Dinosaur Train and more.

Games for children age 2-8 encourage them to engage in skills related to science, math, creativity, teamwork, reading and more in gameplay alongside their favorite characters!

Give these great games a try for trusted, fun and interactive screen time! And don’t forget to explore the PBS Parents Activity Finder to search for games and apps by age, topic and each of your child’s favorite shows.

Build Sandcastles with Daniel Tiger! 

Children’s creativity thrives in open-ended play, like building sandcastles. Just like playing at the beach or in a sandbox, there is no right or wrong way to play this game.

All Around Birdwell with Clifford

It’s a perfect day to explore Birdwell Island. Your child can take a stroll around the island to help out and play with Clifford’s friends along the way.

Curious George’s Bubble Pop

Your child can practice counting by ones with bathtime bubbles in this Curious George online game.

Alaskan Adventure with Molly of Denali

Explore the Alaskan wilderness with Molly, her mom, and Nina. Take photos of amazing animals and record what you find in your notebook.

Join the Pinka-Perfect Band!

Your child can explore music and sound by building unique instruments and joining in song with Pinkalicious and her friends.

Cases with the Odd Squad

Things are getting odd around here. In this online game, your child can be an Odd Squad detective and use math skills to solve multiple cases of oddness!