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Summer

Summer Learning with WUCF

As families, educators and little learners look to summer break as a time to reset, PBS KIDS and WUCF is here to help celebrate the simple joys and special moments. Kick off a summer of possibilities, with our new content, resources, and community-based support geared toward fun and learning all summer long – encouraging new adventures and true appreciation for the little things. 

Printables for Summer Learning

Parents can find resources that inspire their kids’ curiosity and play this summer through the following printables, available in English and in Spanish. These printables encourage kids to explore new things and try new unique summer activities.

On My Way to K with PBS KIDS

WUCF's On My Way to K with PBS KIDS Guidebook follows a whole-child approach to prepare children for kindergarten through resources that support the key developmental areas -  physical, social, emotional, and cognitive - a child needs to be successful and become life-long learners.

Additional Resources

PBS KIDS Learning Goals

Explore the learning goals of the PBS KIDS programs from Donkey Hodie to Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood to Odd Squad to Wild Kratts. Think about the many ways you can introduce PBS KIDS resources into your classroom and learning programs.

Metas de aprendizaje de PBS KIDS

Explore los objetivos de aprendizaje de los programas de PBS KIDS, desde Donkey Hodie hasta Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Odd Squad y Wild Kratts. Piense en las muchas formas en que puede introducir los recursos de PBS KIDS en su salón de clases y programas de aprendizaje.

PBS KIDS Program Information

PBS KIDS program one sheets include information on target grade level, curriculum, website, app, and games related to each program.

Below are our recommended apps for summer learning (and road trip distractions). Kids can also find curated game collections on pbskids.org and video playlists on the PBS KIDS YouTube channel.