Welcome summer! We’re celebrating the return of warmer weather by kicking off Camp PBS Parents — a summer program focused on fun and learning. Get a jumpstart with these seasonal activities kids will love!
Whether you’re at home or on the road this summer, PBS KIDS can be your partner in on-the-go learning. With our award-winning mobile apps (including the PBS KIDS video player) and PBS KIDS video available for download you can ensure your kids will have a trusty educational travel companion all summer long. Stop by our PBS KIDS Raising Readers home at iTunes and download a free episode this week!
Starting June 3, WordGirl will fly onto screens from coast-to-coast and flex her crime-solving muscles in 20 never-before-seen episodes on PBS KIDS. After the show, have your own adventure with these super summer fun activities and printables.
Need help coming up with ideas to keep your child’s reading a writing skills improving over the summer? Reading Rockets (the creators of our popular book lists!) is offering Reading Tips to Go, a mobile service that sends fun tips and activities right to your cell phone. Learn more.
Encourage your kids to help you make these wonderful warm weather recipes!
Get everything you need for summer reading by downloading the I Can Readathon event kit. Look for events at your local bookstore and PBS member stations nationwide.
All summer, find free PBS KIDS episode downloads and special collections available on iTunes!
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