Sizzling Summer Support for Students and Families

Alas, we have reached the finished line… but is there ever actually an end point when it comes to learning? As we bid farewell to...

Virtual Field Trip: Explore the Outdoors with Nature Cat

Tally ho! This week is Natural Wonders Week for Nature Cat on PBS Kids. Fred is a house cat that transforms into Nature Cat, “backyard...

Distance Learning in Style - Virtual Backgrounds from PBS KIDS

Transitioning for the classroom to the home office - or dining table - can take a lot of effort. Download one of these special...

Attacking Snack Time: Fostering Healthy Appetites and Attitudes

Thanksgiving has always been my favorite holiday of the year. As the fall chill begins to creep in, we are beckoned indoors to enjoy the...

The Power of Teachers: Ordinary People Can Change the World

The teacher who changed my life didn’t do it by encouraging her students to stand on their desks, like John Keating in Dead Poets...

Back to School with PBS KIDS: Design an Inclusive Classroom

If you’re like me, you’re anxiously awaiting the start of the new school year. You’ve probably been gathering opening week lesson...

We Are All Digital Citizens

We are all digital citizens! No matter, how much you engage with technology, you are a digital citizen. And it’s our responsibility to...

Launch Your Class to the Moon and Back

31 Ways to Bring Lunar Science into Your Classroom The Moon is a constant celestial companion in classrooms around the world. Lunar...

Making the Classroom Ready for Educational Media

The school year is coming! The school year is coming! As schools across the country are opening for a brand new year, excitement mounts...

Tools for Anti-Racist Teaching

Educators are acutely aware of the impact of systemic racism and the inequities that exist in the education system. Because of this, we are...

Teaching with Molly of Denali

Many of us have already fallen in love with Molly of Denali--a pint-sized bundle of joy, from a small village in Alaska, who uses a vlog to...

Distance Learning with PBS LearningMedia

Teachers, as you plan for a variety of scenarios in response to the Coronavirus health crisis--and other possible threats--we wanted to...

Unlearning History: The Women’s Suffrage Movement

One hundred years ago, all women in the United States were guaranteed the right to vote. FALSE This year marks the centennial of the...

Decolonizing Our Classrooms Starts With Us

Being an antiracist is an active and ongoing practice one engages in for life. It takes patience, reflection, and commitment. I believe...

10 Tips on Talking to Kids About Race and Racism

As children, many of us recall being shushed or scolded by adults whenever we pointed out people’s differences such as skin and hair...

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