PBS39's Education Outreach

Wondering what to do with your child today? Whether you're at home, at school, or out running errands, use the Reading Activity Calendar to find fun, simple ways to make reading a part of your every day life. Flip through the calendar above for ideas, activities, and silly holidays to celebrate together. Find more free reading games and activities for kids at PBS KIDS Island!

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Wondering what to do with your child today? Whether you're at home, at school, or out running errands, use the Reading Activity Calendar to find fun, simple ways to make reading a part of your every day life. Flip through the calendar above for ideas, activities, and silly holidays to celebrate together. Find more free reading games and activities for kids at PBS KIDS Island!

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TEACHERS/PARENTS: FREE Resources are ready at the click of a button...
Teachers and parents across Indiana are turning to the PBS Learning Media for research-based online courses in reading, math, science, instructional technology, instructional strategy and more.

PBS Learning Media

Want to learn how you can take advantage of PBS Learning Media?
Click here to visit:
http://www.pbslearningmedia.org 

PBS KIDS READY TO LEARNPBS KIDS Ready To Learn is public broadcasting's response to a critical national educational goal: all children will enter school Ready To Learn. The service seeks to help America's children by providing free community workshops, quality books, and teaching materials for families, teachers, and childcare providers. The workshops' goals are to train adults how to use non-violent, commercial-free educational programming to prepare children for success in school and throughout life.

 

 

Ready To Learn encourages adults to:

• Attend face-to-face, free, instructional workshops.

• Select quality books and print materials that reinforce the content of award-winning
children's programs.

• Limit the amount of television children watch.

• Watch selected parts of programs with the children to stimulate their imagination, creativity, language skills, and foster a love of learning.

Check out the PBS/Ready To Learn website: www.pbs.org/readytolearn

Individual websites support the PBS children's educational programming. In addition, many PBS KIDS resourcesare available to parents and teachers at the individual sites. Resources include weekly online newsletters, printables, suggested activities, and games. Visit
PBS KIDS at www.pbskids.org for lots of educational fun!

For more great education resources, follow these links to learn more:

PBS Kids
http://www.pbskids.org

PBS Parents Resources
http://www.pbslearningmedia.org 

PBS Teacher Resources
http://www.pbslearningmedia.org