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Celebrate Women's History Month with LPB and PBS KIDS!

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum Movie Event -- I Am Madam President

In this exciting one-hour adventure, Xavier’s sister Yadina Riddle goes on a journey into the past to meet some of the great female trailblazers in history. From those heroes, including Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Amelia Earhart, and Sally Ride, Yadina learns that just because something’s never been done before, it doesn’t mean you can’t do it! Even if that something is becoming the first female President of the United States!

Premieres March 16 on LPB at 8AM & 3:30 PM and on LPBKIDS at 6 PM!

Take LPB's 2020 Survey by March 20th for a chance to win a 55" Smart TV!

Louisiana Public Broadcasting, Louisiana’s statewide public television network, wants to learn more about the public’s viewing habits. At the start of a new decade in a rapidly changing media landscape, LPB is launching its 2020 Viewer Survey to gather public input and information about how viewers watch LPB content, what LPB programs are valued most, and how LPB can better serve the citizens of Louisiana. Today, media content is available on a wide array of devices and platforms, and LPB wants to make sure it creates and presents content that enhances the lives of all Louisianans and that viewers can watch public television programs when they want and where they are. The short survey only takes a few minutes to fill out and respondents who complete the survey by Friday, March 20 will be entered to win a 55-inch Smart TV. THANK YOU!

How to Raise Strong Girls

When girls get the message that they have the ability to work through difficulty and learn new things, they stop giving up and start finding their way through their struggles. Try, “I'm working on this.” to help your daughter remember that learning takes time

Tips for Encouraging Girls in STEM

Scientists and engineers are professional question-askers and problem-solvers. Assure girls that it's okay not to have all the answers and invite questions to help them build these important skills

Booklist: Children's Books About Amazing Women

Celebrate amazing women, who have affected more lives than they could have imagined, with this collection of books for kids aged 2-8

Positive Organizations Can Help Young Girls Find Their "Inner Girl Power"

Getting young girls involved in positive organizations can build their self-confidence and help them discover what they love. @PBSKIDS for Parents shares eight organizations that help girls do just that.

How to Raise a Self-Confident Girl

Self-confident girls grow up to be amazing women! Here are five ways to nurture self-confidence. (These tips work great for boys too!)

You are Your Child's First and Best Teacher - Bright by Text

Be a great first teacher for your child!  Bright by Text...text LPB to 274448

March PBS KIDS Family Nights - Starting @ 6 PM on LPB KIDS!

March 6 -- What makes a good monster-sitter? Find out in tonight's @EsmeandRoy @PBSKIDS Family Night marathon as Esme and her pal help little monsters keep calm, show kindness and practice bravery!

March 13 -- Tonight's @PBSKIDS Family Night is a Cat in the Hat Double Feature! In this marathon, Nick, Sally and The Cat go camping and visit space!

March 20 -- What does it take to become a leader? Join Yadina Riddle in tonight's @XavierRiddleHQ @PBSKIDS Family Night special to find out!

March 27 -- Tonight's @PBSKIDS Family Night special is a road trip with @ArthurPBS! Find out how llamas and a little bit of music come together to show Arthur and his friends the true meaning of family.

Celebrate March with lots of love, laughter and family time!  There's nothing better!

Take care, Nancy Tooraen,