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It can be a scary time for families as normal routines are disrupted.
Printables for Emergency Closures (G. PreK-K)
How to thank the essential workers in your community (G. PreK-2)
This collection is designed to engage preschoolers in everyday learning by teaching core skills in Math, Literacy, STEM, and Social and Emotional Development.
The resources at Sesame Street Communities can help families cope during challenging times. (G. PreK-2)
Whether children have been exposed to traumatic events in your neighborhood or across the world, you can help them feel safer and more secure.
When you help children express and understand their emotions, youre helping them to overcome challenges, understand others, and communicate.
Use these "Arthur" activities to help children understand themselves and those around them.
This free service is for parents and adults who care for young children newborn through age 5.
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Get creative with DIY science experiments, homemade bird feeder tutorials and tips on mastering card tricks. (G. K-5)
Printables for Emergency Closures (G. 1-2)
Green It Up is a hands-on program designed for children ages 6-8 to inspire a deep appreciation for nature, build STEM skills, and help students feel empowered to take action in their communities to care for the planet.
How to talk to kids about coronavirus. (ages 2-8)
The Friday Zone offers a safe media experience that encourages kids to investigate and understand the world around them. (G. K-3)
Start with a Book offers parents, caregivers, summer program staff and librarians lots of engaging ideas for getting kids hooked on reading, exploring and learning. (G. 1-5)
KQED breaks down multiple perspectives around election issues. (Middle & High School)
Get inspired by their powerful commentaries, covering everything from the COVID-19 pandemic to climate change and immigration. (Middle & High School)
While students today may think of the Civil Rights Movement as part of the past, its clear that many of the problems are still with us. (G. 3-13+)
The resources in this collection provide educators with tools to incorporate ethics education in the classroom, promote understanding of differing viewpoints, and foster civil dialogue about bias. (G. 6-13+)
Americas school-age population is more racially diverse than its ever been before. Yet schools have become more and more segregated over the last 30 years. (G. 6-12)
Use these materials with middle and high school students to help them understand the long history of anti-Black racism in the United States. (G. 6-13+)
Engage students in the study of transformational moments in American history. (G. 6-8)
Find lesson plans surrounding 12 themes, including tips for fostering discussion. (G. 4-12)
Discover this country's rich history in this collection of media-based resources. (ages 5+)
StoryCorps Connect is a first-of-its kind platform that enables you to record a StoryCorps interview with a loved one remotely using video conference technology. (G. 5-13+)
PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs is building the next generation of informed media creators and consumers. (High School)
Why is Coronavirus Hitting People of Color so Hard? (Middle & High School)
KQED Learn is a free platform for middle and high school students to tackle big issues and build their media literacy and critical thinking skills in a supportive environment. (Middle & High School)
We bring you a new topic every other week to discuss with students inside your classroom and from schools around the country. (Middle & High School)
Ken Burns and his collaborators have created historical documentary films for over 40 years. Bringing primary source documents, images, and archival video footage to life on screen, teachers can use these films to pose thought-provoking questions and introduce new ideas and perspectives. (Middle & High School)
Talking about race, although hard, is necessary. The National Museum of African American History and Culture provides tools and guidance online.
Reading Rockets celebrates and learns about the lives and contributions of African Americans.
A free resource for PreK-12 educators that supports distance learning, and includes tips to help explain the virus and promote healthy habits. (G. PreK-12)
Offers information, activities and tips for parents and caregivers. (ages 2-8)
Summer is full of opportunities to play and learn and we want to make it easy for you to find inspiring, kid-friendly activities! (G. PreK-3)
KQED Teach offers free, hands-on professional learning focused on Digital Media. Educators can build skills in digital storytelling, data visualization, and critical media use. (Middle & High School)
How to look for the helpers (and be one!) during coronavirus.
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