PBS Kids is your access point to videos and online resources designed to teach children essential content, skills, and behaviors for school and life success. PBS Kids offers extensive resources related to the beloved children’s programs like Clifford, Curious George, SuperWhy!, Peg + Cat, Cat in the Hat, Sid the Science Kid, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, and more.
What can a flock of birds teach children about the world? Lots if it is PEEP and the Big Wide World. Through the PEEP science videos and resources, preschoolers actively investigate their world by exploring water, sound, plants, color, shadows, and movement.
How can children learn to be thoughtful caretakers of the earth? Leave it to an alien to help children six to nine and their families see the earth in a whole new way on the Plum Landing webisodes. Games, printable activity sheets, free apps and more.
Printable Activity Sheets:
Biodiversity Bingo Cards!
Biodiversity Bingo Hands-On Activity Sheet
Sound Safari Hands-On Activity Sheet
Sound Safari Chart
Roots and Shoots Hands-on Activity Sheet
Pin the Moose on the Mountain Hands-on Activity Sheet
Pin the Moose on the Mountain Cards
Habitat Sweet Habitat Hands-On Activity Sheet
Habitat Sweet Habitat Creature Cards
Evaporation Station Hands-On Activity Sheet
Catch Me If You Can Hands-On Activity Sheet
Build a Watershed Hands-On Activity Sheet
Preschoolers blast off with the Space Racers, young spaceship cadets at the Stardust Bay Space Academy, to explore the Solar System. Children learn about the power of scientific investigation and observation, the wonders of space exploration, and the importance of working together as a team. Videos, free apps, parent/teacher resources are available online.
Things count and add up in the world of Peg + Cat where math rules the day. Children 3-5 years of age learn pre-math skills like measurements, shapes, and patterns through the adventures and games of the charming duo.
Whether it's new apps focusing on math or an augmented reality game using camera phones, you'll be able to find the latest and greatest at PBS KIDS Lab
LPB Raising Readers resources help build reading skills at home, at school, in child care, and in the community.
LPB Kids Club
provides members birthday announcements, games, activities, coloring sheets and more.
LEAP 21 - Making the Grade
Video help with the LEAP test.
Middle and high school students step into U.S. history through the four Mission US interactive games. What better way to learn history than to be there! Teacher guides
Does math homework make you laugh? It will if you are part of the PBS Math Club
. A collection of fun webisodes and instacram clips aligned to 6th- 9th grade Common Core Standards illuminate topics such as adding and subtracting integers, equations, ratios and proportions, and statistics.
The public TV series where kids teach kids about money and business.
PBS NewsHour Extra provides educational resources related to current issues and events to help high school students answer the question “Why should I care?” about the news.
In this lesson students learn about pollutants, mitigation and how to monitor air quality. In the first activity students apply what they have learned to identify sources of pollution in their neighborhood, city or state. Students strategize how to reduce pollutants and protect air quality. The final product is a written plan or a creative work such as a flyer, commercial, multimedia presentation, or illustrated journal. In the second activity students learn how to read and interpret air quality data. In the third activity students identify how they or their school may be contributing to air pollution through their own activities and suggest ways to mitigate their pollution. In the fourth activity students research occupations in which they are interested and identify how they contribute to pollution, cope with the effects of pollution, or work to reduce pollution.
Louisiana: 200 Years of Statehood
is a one-hour documentary that looks back at the first 200 years of Louisiana’s history produced in partnership with the Louisiana State Bicentennial Commission. Download the Teacher Desk Reference
is a trusted resource that’s filled with information on child development and early learning. It also serves as a parent's window to the world of PBS KIDS, offering access to educational games and activities inspired by PBS KIDS programs.
If you want to strengthen your life skills like reading, writing, vocabulary, math, science, and finance then check the TV 411
videos, web lessons, and activities.