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These free resources support learning inside the home and within Pre-K and childcare settings.

FEATURED FAMILY RESOURCES

Grandpa's Drum | Molly of Denali

An old photograph sends Molly and friend Tooey on a mission to find out why Grandpa Nat no longer sings or plays his drum. As they uncover Grandpa's past, using visual clues and the internet, they understand more about their own heritage and the importance of cultural identity.
 

Sharing Family Stories Home Activity I Martha Speaks

Your child will learn composition and how to compose opinion pieces and informational/explanatory texts with this Martha Speaks home activity. Your child can conduct interviews with family members about who they are, what they like, and things they've done. Then, they will write and illustrate those stories to share with everyone!
 

"It’s Okay to Make Mistakes:" How Being Wrong Can Help Us Learn

To preschoolers, getting something wrong often results in frustration, a feeling of failure, and an explosion of big emotions. Making a mistake while building a block tower may seem like a blip on the radar to grown-ups, but problems like this are very real and incredibly significant to our children.  The next time they hit a roadblock, we’re going to explore how being wrong can help us learn something new, just like the characters do on the new PBS KIDS series, “Donkey Hodie.”
 

AT HOME LEARNING RESOURCES

KSPS Virtual Storytimes

WA educators, librarians, and community members read favorite children's books. Watch with your little ones and try some of the fun activities at home.

 

Social/Emotional Learning

Daniel Tiger's Life's Little Lessons

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.

Sesame Street in Communities

Hundreds of bilingual resources that cover topics such as exploring emotions, helping kids grieve, and traumatic experiences.

Arthur Interactive Media Buddy Project

AIM is a supplemental social, emotional, and character development curriculum wherein students partner with cross-age buddies to work on interactive comics on themes such as empat

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

PBS LearningMedia

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.

PBS KIDS APPS

Use this chart to find free PBS KIDS apps that align to your child’s grade level. Download the apps on your on your tablet device to play online, offline, or anytime.

PBS Parents

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.

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Education Director
Bukola Breczinski
bbreczinski@ksps.org
509.443.7748

Education Specialist
Braden Marjerison
bmarjerison@ksps.org
509.443.7735