Pack your bags, buckle your seat belts, and get ready for an Arthur road trip to the Read family farm filled with musical fun.
Let's get creative! Embrace the arts this New Year with a one-hour special from Arthur, and new resources and activities on our PBS KIDS for Parents and PBS LearningMedia sites.
Children can learn about great artists and creatives such as Leonardo da Vinci, Zora Neale Hurston, Julia Child, and Harry Houdini in this new PBS KIDS series.
Together with their friends in Pinkville, Pinkalicious and her brother Peter get into all kinds of artful adventures and use the power of creative thinking to solve problems.
Play over 100 PBS KIDS games on the go-- and sort games by skill, theme, or series--with the free PBS KIDS Games app.
Every child is drawn towards the possibilities of a blank canvas. Get those creative juices flowing art projects and rainy day activities that will inspire your child.
Celebrating a loved one's birthday soon? Add a personal touch and spark creativity by having little ones draw pictures and write letters instead of sending store-bought cards.
From fridge art to the MoMa? Here are ways to encourage your emerging artist’s skills — and the milestones to expect along the way
Did you know that arts activities can help prepare kids for success in school? Acting out stories using homemade props or drawing are easy ways to add arts to playtime.
In this beading design game from Molly of Denali, students practice using how-to text to decorate clothing and other items. (Grades 1-2)
Winter weather is the perfect time for indoor crafting! Create snowflake chandeliers with your students and turn your classroom into a winter wonderland. (Grades PreK-1)
Meet Jessica Hische, a lettering artist in San Francisco. She takes students through her studio and a day in her life as an artist. (Grades 6-12)
Every month, join us for special Storytimes at KSPS: read-alouds, songs, crafts, and free take home resources.
PBS KIDS apps are designed to help students practice early learning concepts like literacy, math, and science skills. Check out the collection of apps, many of which are free.
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.
Our Education Collection at PBSLM provides educators with over 300 video resources and standards-based curriculum to enhance student learning (Grades K-12).