Learning at Home
Whether it's at-home, in-school or hybrid learning PBS Kids has ways to support children’s feelings of confidence and security, practice routines, and cope with emotions.
Early Learning Resources
Find resources to use with children to support literacy development and explore science in their everyday lives.
Count and sort with Peg + Cat, practice patience and empathy with Daniel Tiger, learn about science with Cat in the Hat, or explore the great outdoors with Nature Cat.
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PBS Kids on YouTube
Watch full episode and short digital features from your favorite PBS Kids programs and serial collections. These include the series of "Read-alongs" and "Healthy Habits" videos.
Sesame Street in Communities
Sesame Street is here for you with activities and tips for the challenges and joys along the way.
Sesame Street Toolkits
Sesame Street Toolkits provide opportunities for adults to talk with kids about difficult topics. Kits are available to support conversations about: divorce, incarceration, eating well, autism, grief, healthy teeth, and more.
At Home Learning
PBS Kids offers educational programming and resources to extend learning outside the walls of classrooms and into homes.
Student Podcast Challenge
NPR's 2022 Student Podcast Challenge offers a fantastic opportunity to explore media production.