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Going to School

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Getting Kids Ready For School With PBS KIDS

With curriculum that helps kids learn important social, emotional and life skills as well as academic skills like early literacy, math, science and more, PBS KIDS is a great place to find age-appropriate resources that help kids get started for a lifetime of success.  Learn more and get simple tips on how to help your child get ready for school.


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Grade-by-Grade Learning

Discover the many subjects that kids learn about in school by grade, from preschool to 5th grade.


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Talking with Kids

Tired of this conversation? “How was your day?” “Good.” “What did you learn?” “Nothing.” Find the most effective ways to talk to kids about school and figure out what they’re really thinking.

Parent Involvement

Supporting Your Learner

Your Child's Social Life


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More Learning Resources

Learn how children develop math, literacy and science skills and how to nurture their natural curiosity.

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    Cardboard Rings

    Help your child turn their favorite shapes into adorable rings!


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    Decadent Fudge Brownies

    Next time your family needs a brownie fix, these brownies will definitely hit the spot.


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    DIY Spinning Carousel

    Want to make a fun DIY toy that moves? This kinetic carousel spins wildly and demonstrates potential and kinetic energy.