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At Home Learning Resources for Educators, Parents, and Kids

PBS and Prairie Public are here to help parents and educators think about how we can extend learning outside the walls of classrooms and into our homes. Additional updates will be made as new resources become available, so check back often!

At-Home Learning Resources

Many of our popular television and digital programs for PreK - 12+ grade learners include PBS LearningMedia Collections and lesson plan resources. To better understand how our content is aligned academically, see the resources below. Additional resources can also be found on our Young Learners, Education Resources, and Community Education pages.

PK-12+ Resources

These FREE collections are searchable by grade, subject matter, content, and standards. Many of the lesson plans and supplemental resources can be printed and completed by watching television or videos online.

One Teacher's Tips

Read this helpful article from one teacher with her thoughts on distance learning, and other insightful blog posts that can be found on the PBS Education Teachers Lounge.

Integration Help

These pre-recorded webinars with PBS trainers and educators share tips for successful distance learning and other popular integration tools like Schoology, Flipgrid, etc.

Getting Started

This is a great place to start if you need to find PK - 12+lesson plans immediately. You can curate and build on these for your students, as you know their needs best.

Advance Search & Browse Features

Use these helpful features to find the perfect resources that will enhance your at-home learning lessons.

Google Classroom Integration

Learn how to sync PBS Learning Media resources, class rosters, share folders and assignments.

Using Remind

Does your school use Remind? This guide shows teachers how to integrate resources using the Remind app.

Virus Protection

This PBS Learning Media collection offers information specifically for understanding the virus and healthy habits for protection from it.

PK - Grade 12 Resources for New Routines

For home, hybrid, or in school learning, Bingo packets and Teacher Planning kits offer four to eight weeks of educational resources that can be used in connection with PBS Kids tv or video content and PBS LearningMedia offerings.

Grade 4 - 12 World Channel Resources

These can be used with TV or video content. Click on the image to go to the World Channel At Home Learning page, which includes a link to the most current at home learning resources.

PLEASE NOTE: In Central & Mountain Time zones shows will air 1 - 2 hours earlier than listed.

StoryCorps Connect Toolkit

These multimedia lesson & resources willsupport young people as they learn to interview, record, and listen to family and community members, and become part of American history. For more info, go to: StoryCorps ConnectInitiative and the StoryCorpsAnimated ShortVideos.

Prairie Public Education Content

This comprehensive spreadsheet shares info on the education content of programs that air on Prairie Public, plus links resources for each program. See our television schedule, check local TV listings, or view content using the PBS Video App.

How to watch PBS Kids Shows

See Prairie Public's television schedule, check local listings, or watch on our digital live stream.

PBS Kids Program Learning Goals

PBS Kids programs listed according to education content areas. See what kids can learn from watching their favorite shows!

PBS Kids Apps Learning Goals

Learning can be fun! Many of our PBS Kids apps, listed here by education content areas, can be down loaded for offline play.

How to Talk to Little Learners about Coronavirus

Keeping our youngest learners safe is more important than ever. Read about "E.A.S.Y." tips for helpers, and more.

This series collection is being created for teachers—by teachers—to bring together content experts and educators from all backgrounds. With an emphasis on fun, engaging, accessible, and free tools for classrooms, these bite-sized opportunities are designed to connect educators with each other and PBS shows, themes, and content.


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