Encourage a love of reading throughout the summer! Here are a few tips from librarians to make your summer a success.
MPT invites you to day-camp from home this summer with cool crafts and activities from PBS KIDS. These fun weekly themes will keep kids ages 2-8 laughing, crafting and learning.
MPT is here to help parents and educators keep kids laughing and learning all summer long. Look to our new summer resource collections including MPT Summer On!, weekly theme-based activities, and At-Home Learning: Summer Edition for daily activities connected to our PBS KIDS broadcast. Count on MPT to always provide access to high-quality, educationally-based programming for your family. Anytime and anywhere – on-air, online, and on our free mobile app.
Look to our education website, Thinkport.org, to find safe, adult-led activities for young children, and independent student learning resources for students in grades PreK-12.
Find fun, daily activities and crafts to do with your children using items in your home and a few basic supplies.
With the disruptive circumstances surrounding the 2019-2020 school, it is critical that our students hold on to every precious skill and piece of information possible.
Along with story-time of a beloved book, each PBS KIDS Read-Along is designed to encourage engagement among families with activity ideas and questions that spark conversation.
With the new PBS KIDS Play and Learn Engineering app, kids can design machines, build towers with robots and problem-solve through an obstacle course while exploring STEM concepts.
Do you ask your child repeatedly to pick up their toys or follow directions? Here are four ways to implement limits and avoid the parent-child power struggle.
Siblings who play together as children are more likely to be close as adults, and there’s a great opportunity to build special bonds while so many of us are at home.
As families potentially face a summer without vacations, camps, and trips to the pool, these six apps from PBS KIDS keep the children safely engaged, learning, and playing.
Ice cream sandwiches are a fun and creative dessert/treat. Made with cookies, ice cream, and sprinkles, this recipe also makes a great activity to do with your kids.
Talking with young children about race and racism is tough and important. Here are ideas to help you prepare for conversations, ask questions, and model anti-racist behavior.
Here are seven ways Dr. White recommends using picture books (with questions and conversation starters!) to talk about race and racism.
Feeling stressed, scared or anxious about the COVID-19 pandemic? Breathe. Use this and other strategies to help children – and yourself – navigate these feelings.
With Coronavirus being a concern for grownups, kids might also be worrying. Here is how to talk about COVID-19 with your young children & ways to practice healthy habits.
As schools across the country are closed due to COVID-19, PBS KIDS is here to help. New weekday newsletter offers activities & tips to help kids play & learn at home.