SEPTEMBER: BACK TO SCHOOL
As kids, parents and teachers transition from summer time to school time, our resources are available to support important social-emotional school readiness skills.
KIDS
PARENTS

GOING TO SCHOOL BOOKS

The backpack is packed, the lunch money is in hand, and oh it’s time for a new school year! Kids ages 0-9 will enjoy these recommended children’s books all about going to school.

BACK TO SCHOOL CHECKLIST

Is your family back-to-school ready? Try this checklist to ensure your little learners know what to expect throughout their day during the first week of school.

BACK TO SCHOOL WEEKLY PLANNER

Help families establish daily routines the first week of school with this weekly planner where they can map out specific goals and activities.

TEACHERS

MAKING THE CLASSROOM MEDIA READY

Tips from a PBS Digital Innovator Educator on how to create a media rich environment from the moment your new students enter the room this school year.

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OUTREACH WITH SESAME STREET IN COMMUNITIES

Through a grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, KSPS will be supporting rural families and education with resources from the Sesame Street in Communities program.

RESOURCES
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BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

Looking for books for your classroom, home, summer or after school program? Check out these wonderful book recommendations from PBS.

PBS KIDS DIGITAL RESOURCES

10 KIDS APPS TO DOWNLOAD IN 2019

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.

CODING WORKSHOPS

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.

EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS & CURRICULUM

Video resources and an informational website to help middle and high school students and young adults explore a variety of career fields and pathways.