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Space Racers! »»»
Coming to LPB May 11th, each Sunday at 7:30 a.m.! This new, animated series geared toward preschool children presents an excellent opportunity to stimulate interest in STEM learning at a very early age, and will help inspire our next generation of scientists and engineers! Click here. Learn more!
Greetings, Earthlings! »»»
Don't miss the newly released PLUM LANDING! Watch online webisodes, play online games, free apps and hands-on science activities. The live action videos help connect 6- to 9-year-olds to nature and get them pumped up about their role as caretakers of the planet.
Weekly Content Themes »»»
New! Check out our Weekly Content Themes from LPB LearningMedia to enrich and support your curriculum. Click here.
PBS Math Club »»»
Check out this new web series for a mix of pre-algebra & teen culture! The new “PBS Math Club” is designed to teach critical pre-algebra concepts to middle-school students using the style and techniques of web video.
Peg + Cat Resources »»»
New! Peg + Cat Series for Ages 3-5 teaches measurement, shapes and patterns and a wide range of fundamental pre-math skills, as established by the NAEYC and NCTM. Uses an inquiry-based approach to problem solving. For more information click here!
The Hollow Crown Series »»»
If you teach literature, theater, or language arts, or just like Shakespearean plays, then you might want to catch up on The Hollow Crown series: Richard II, Henry IV, Part 1 and Henry IV, Part 2, and Henry V airing on LPB. Once an episode airs, the full episode will become available online. A teacher's guide is also available.
|Electronic Field Trips|
Our great Electronic Field Trips have started! With a one-time registration, you receive a login for ALL of the Electronic Field Trips for the 2014-2015 School Year as well as our field trip archives. Register below to receive your user name and password, then visit http://www.lpb.org/etrips any time!