Our summer at-home activity booklet contains a variety of hands-on activities for children ages 3-8 to engage in fun learning experiences throughout the summer.
DISTANCE LEARNING RESOURCES
Lessons, Activities, Ideas
500+ educational videos, lessons and activities organized by grade level and content area, aligned to state and national standards to support your at-home learning needs.
PBS LearningMedia is a digital educational platform that offers thousands of free video and curriculum resources aligned to state and national standards.
KSPS's PBS Learning Media Education Collection features video and curriculum resources to support the teaching of Washington, Canadian, and Native American history.
To support caregivers who are continuing at-home instruction, PBS Parents has curated a collection of weekly activities and lessons.
Camp TV is a broadcast series from WNET, a PBS member station in New York City, that blends day camp and learning into one hour of playful fun for children ages 5-10.
The KSPS-Spokane Schools Keep Learning initiative features a collection 15-20 minute video lessons covering core content areas created by K-5 teachers. Explore the video archive.
Video resources and an informational website to help middle and high school students and young adults explore a variety of career fields and pathways.
Looking for educational programming for students in grades 6-12? Check out KSPS WORLD's daily programs covering science, history, and English from 9am-2pm PT through August 2020.
CIVIL RIGHTS AND WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE
Looking for help discussing current events and civil rights issues youth? Start with this comprehensive set of videos, lessons, and webinars curated by PBS.
This resource collection provides teachers with tools to incorporate ethics education in the classroom and foster civil dialogue about bias.
An interactive web experience that explores the protest tactics used by the suffrage movement. These tactics are brought to life through illustrations, archival photos, and videos.
Looking to bring storytime into your home? Check out our collection of virtual read-alongs read by local community members.
Children are naturally curious, full of ideas and questions . Engage your child's curiosity with these simple science activities from PBS KIDS.
There’s a lot of math and science in cooking. PBS Parents has recipes that you and your child can do together.
There are lots of questions about the new school year during COVID. But whether studying in school or at home, your child will learn and grow this year. Here's how to support them.
Want to learn more about homeschooling? Check out this comprehensive list of resources curated by PBS Parents.
Get ready to go back to school with this booklet activity from PBS KIDS! Students will have a opportunity to reflect on their fun summers and think ahead to the new school year.
Help students plan for the first week of school with this back-to-school planner.
Transitioning for the classroom to the home office can be difficult. Download one of these backgrounds from your favorite PBS KIDS shows to help fight those "virtual blues."
FREE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WEBINARS FOR EDUCATORS
Join PBS LearnignMedia in webinar where you’ll be introduced to BreakoutEDU, learn more about PBLM tools, collections and resources, and get connected with other educators. PreK-12
In virtual Edcamp style, we’re inviting educators to share their knowledge and learn from their peers. Sessions will cover a variety of participant-proposed topics,
FREE PBS KIDS VIDEO, APPS & GAMES
Your favorite PBS KIDS programs are available anytime, anywhere through the KSPS PBS KIDS 24/7 channel, online livestream, and the PBS KIDS Video app.
PBS KIDS apps are designed to help students practice early learning concepts like literacy, math, and science skills. Check out the collection of free apps.
Every PBS KIDS series has connected learning games that help your young children put concepts into action. Check them out at PBSKIDS.org
GRADES K-3. Use these seven lesson plans to help children learn to code and complete coding challenges using the FREE PBS KIDS Scratch Jr. app.