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The secret for summertime media use, as with many other things in life, is balance. Here are four tips for preventing summer "brain drain" from PBS Parents.
PBS's newest animated series Molly of Denali premieres July 15. Alaska Native Molly Mabray & her friends go on daily adventures, from fishing to visiting a volcano by dog sled.
Sunny days and warm weather are the perfect recipe for a learning adventure! Here are seven ways to include the library in one of your family's or classroom's stops this summer.
Is your family on-the-go this summer? Here are four word games to turn a walk around the block or a trip to the grocerys store into fun moments to boost reading skills!
Celebrate this Fourth of July with fireworks, flags and the Founding Fathers! This collection of books brings history and festivity to kids ages 0-12.
Take a break from the heat with books full of picnics, theme parks, camping trips and more.
This curriculum resource helps your students to create their own recipe of who, what, when, where and why, great scaffolding for writing practice.(Grades 1-3)
Castles, dragons & princesses might be some things that come to mind when you think about fairy tales. Help your students learn what fairy tales mean to them through this lesson.
Listening to folktales from around the world can enrich children's understanding of many cultures. Turn a folktale into a play with this activity. (Grades PreK-1)
In a world full of false information, how do we decipher the truth? Students can interact with this lesson to learn how to identify credible & non-credible news sources.
Looking to begin a mentoring program between older & younger students next year? Observe a mentoring program at Marshall Hill Elementary & get inspired for your own classroom!.
In this online course for K-3 educators, learn how to model, recognize and encourage use of sophisticated vocabulary for early learners. This course begins July 17, 2019.
Join us this summer for special Storytimes featuring Daniel Tiger, Clifford the Big Red Dog, and Abby Cadabby at local libraries in the Spokane area.
Ages 2+. The PBS KIDS Tablet comes preloaded with over 23 educational games, 120 video clips, songs, and music videos that help teach reading, math, and more.
Here are 10 apps the PBS KIDS team recommends to download for all your kids’ interests. All apps are available on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon.
Smart media engages kids' minds and makes them think even harder or grow a new skill. As a parent, you have the power to use media that best fits your family.
Not all screen time is equal. Here's how to ensure your young children are getting the most out of screen technology.
AGES 3-8. Use these seven lesson plans to help children learn to code and complete coding challenges using the award-winning PBS KIDS Scratch Jr. app.
Our Education Collection at PBSLM provides educators with over 300 video resources and standards-based curriculum to enhance student learning (Grades K-12).