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Premieres October 9, 2020

PBS KIDS Talk About Race and Racism

Kids and their parents talk about race and racial justice-related topics in an age-appropriate way, offering viewers ideas to continue these important conversations at home.

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Learn at Home with PBS KIDS

The 2020-2021 school year is going to look different for families across the country. PBS KIDS is here to help no matter what learning situation your family is facing this year.

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3 Words That Reframe, “How Was Your Day?”

Even though there will be uncertainties and ups and downs as we navigate this school year, let your child know we can still find and celebrate daily successes in unexpected places.

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Staying in Touch

How do your kids stay in touch with their peers when they have to learn from home? Video chat is a great way to stay connected with friends when they can't be together in person.

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How to be Kind When You Feel So Mad

With young children, one of the most essential ways to incorporate radical kindness into our interactions is to embrace the power of the pause.

Thinkport Picks

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.

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At-Home Learning

At-Home Learning continues with our back-to-school edition to support families and educators with new digital resources and hands-on activities aligned to our PBS KIDS broadcast.

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Daily Activities Calendar

Find fun, daily activities and crafts to do with your children using items in your home and a few basic supplies.

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PreK-12 Resources for New School Routines

As teachers, students, and families enter an uncertain school year with new routines, PBS LearningMedia offers this special collection of resources to support learning from anywher

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Tips for Raising Trustworthy Kids

Rather than become upset when your young child lies — because children will! — try to see these moments as opportunities to help them develop a habit of honesty.

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Is it Tattling or Telling

There are some simple ways to help your child understand the difference between tattling and alerting a grownup when an important rule is being broken.

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Play and Learn Engineering App

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.

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Read-Along with PBS KIDS

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.

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How to Raise a Caring Child

When we lead by example and address the barriers to kindness, we help our kids learn to make caring choices.

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Paper Plate Snakes

Paper plates can be used in many crafts. In this activity, you and your child can create colorful snakes using paper plates and googly eyes.

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Paper Plate Ukulele

Add some musical fun to your Peg + Cat birthday party with this paper plate ukulele craft.

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Helping Kids Communicate with One Another

Starting a conversation can be difficult for kids — Parents can model ways to initiate meaningful communication by smiling, waving, and nodding hello to your child.

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Public Meltdowns

Staying calm and ignoring onlookers is one way to encourage your child to pull it together.

MEET THE HELPERS

MEET THE HELPERS is a public media initiative designed to introduce children to community helpers and practice emergency preparedness.

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Preschool Learning at Home

Preschoolers learn best through exploring, using all of their senses to understand their world. Here are some resources to support your child's early learning.

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Thank You Neighbors Playlist

Learn about the people that make your community special! This PBS KIDS playlist is packed with songs and stories from your favorite TV shows

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Germs Germs Go Away

"Germs, Germs Go Away. Don't come back any day" Use these tips from Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood to keep germs away by washing hands and coughing into your elbow.

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How to Talk to Your Kids About Corona Virus

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.

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PBS KIDS Role Models

These PBS KIDS role models prove that you can be anything. Check out these inspiring videos featuring a doctor, astronomer, paleontologist, engineer, and two musicians.

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Sign Up for the PBS KIDS Daily Newsletter

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.

PBS KIDS Lab

Exploring new ways to keep kids learning. Anytime. Anywhere.