# PBS KIDS Whiteboard Resources

PBS KIDS offers many interactive whiteboard games for educators to help engage students in learning with their favorite characters. Students will enjoy participating in these collaborative, fun and engaging experiences, while exploring curriculum from trusted programs such as Curious George, Super Why and Arthur. Like our programs, all of our games are age-appropriate and vetted by educators.

#### PBS KIDS Related Resources from SMART Exchange

Cyberchase Lucky Star Math Game
Designed for grades 3-5, the Cyberchase Lucky Star game show challenges kids to compete for top scores while building important math skills. This package also includes images so you can construct your own activities using the characters from the Cyberchase PBS Kids TV show.

*A version of this game for other whiteboard products is available here.

#### PBS KIDS Whiteboard Resources: Editor's Picks

For use with many types of whiteboards

Between the Lions: Fuzzy Lion Ears
Develop listening skills and practice letter sounds with this interactive game. Choose the correct missing letter to make the word you hear.(Grades PreK-2)

Clifford: Measuring Up
Develop understanding of words associated with size, location and comparison in this interactive game. Select the tallest, lowest, longest and smallest objects as Clifford and his friends test your knowledge. (Grades PreK-2)

Curious George: How Tall?
Estimate measurements with George using non-standard units. Note: This game self-levels according to student skill. (Grades PreK-2)

Cyberchase: Lucky Star
Practice basic math and critical thinking with the story problems presented in this engaging interactive. Sharpen skills in addition, subtraction, geometry, fractions and more. (Grades 3-5)

Discover the relationship between gravitational forces and mass, the changes in speed and direction of objects and the distance between objects. Adjust the force and angle of a launcher and deliver packages to space colonists. (Grades 3-8)

Fetch!: Ruffie Wrap
Use simple addition to pack chocolates into boxes according to weight. Fit as many as you can into the package without exceeding its weight capacity. (Grades 2-5)

Martha Speaks: Catch
Build vocabulary skills by identifying who gives the appropriate answer for the question that Martha asks. Earn discs by choosing the correct definition of a word and play catch with Skits.(Grades PreK-2)

Sid the Science Kid: Say What?
Practice listening skills by matching sounds with the animals that make them. Explore animal sounds in English and Spanish. (Grades PreK/K)

Super Why: Create Your Own Superhero
Listen to letter sounds and identify the letter that makes the sound. Practice identifying letter sounds to make words and create a Princess Presto superhero. (Grades PreK-2)

WordGirl: Power Words
Build your vocabulary of action words with this interactive game. Select the word that matches the situation and help WordGirl save the city.(Grades 1-5)

WordWorld: Dog's Letter Pit
Practice letter-sound associations and phonemic awareness with this interactive game. Help Dog find letters that match sounds and spell words.(Grades PreK-2)

#### More Resources for Your Whiteboard

For more whiteboard resources for your classroom, please visit the PBS KIDS Interactive Whiteboard Games page.

PBS KIDS PLAY! Classroom Edition, PBS's cross-curricular, adaptive learning program for early child development is now available for classroom use and works with interactive white boards. Filled with innovative educational games, the Classroom Edition covers content in mathematics, science, language development, literacy, creativity, healthy development and social studies. In addition the Classroom Edition has been built to support up to 30 students in a single account and provide progress tracking for each student.

For more whiteboard resources for your classroom, please visit PBS KIDS Interactive Whiteboard Games page.

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