PBSLM offers thousands of free educational videos and learning activities for families and child-care providers. Activities are available for every PBS KIDS educational program.
These free resources support learning inside the home and within Pre-K and childcare settings.
Video segments and viewing guide that help parents, caregivers, and early childhood educators explore the science behind brain development and early learning.
Nacido para aprender: Ciencia del cerebro y aprendizaje temprano explora la fascinante ciencia detrás del desarrollo del cerebro y el aprendizaje temprano.
Life's Little Lessons uses Fred Rogers'social-emotional learning curriculum and "strategy songs" to help young children manage emotions and develop key social and emotional skills.
Hundreds of bilingual resources that cover topics such as exploring emotions, helping kids grieve, and traumatic experiences.
AIM is a social, emotional, & character development curriculum wherein students partner with cross-age buddies to work on interactive comics on themes such as empathy & honesty.
Resources and activities designed for educators to support the use of the PBS KIDS Scratch Jr app in both formal & informal learning settings.
Free, research-based resources that help teachers, caregivers and parents build early science and literacy skills in children, especially those from low-income communities.
Meet the Helpers, through video profiles and activities, introduces children to community helpers and helps them practice emergency preparedness.
PBS KIDS educational programming such as Daniel Tiger, Wild Kratts, and Clifford the Big Red Dog are now available on-air and via streaming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
PBS Parents is a trusted resource filled with information on child development and early learning. Resources include a child development tracker, craft ideas, & parenting tips.