Avoid the "Summer Slide" with Camp PBS LearningMedia

Whether you're looking for music and dance activities, science experiments, family-friendly adventures, or learning about dinosaurs (plus more!), you will find media and activity resources in the Camp PBS LearningMedia collection. 
Keep Students Engaged During Summer Break With Summer Learning Resources

This collection of videos, lessons, and activities encourages students grades PreK-12 to spend the summer exploring their own neighborhood, the country, the world, and even outer space – in person, or from the comfort of home or a local library. 
How to Talk Honestly With Children About Racism

In the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd and in the midst of protests around the country, we’re again left wondering what we should say to our children about racism in America. What is too much? What is not enough? What if they’re too young and we scare them? What if we’re scared, too?
Meet The Students of Hero Elementary

Led by their quirky and enthusiastic teacher, Mr. Sparks, Hero Elementary center around a diverse group of super students. Use the superpowers of science to help them investigate, observe, make predictions, and figure out a solution.
Share Ideas & Collaborate with Peers
View the Virtual Event Recording: Talking to Children About Race and Racism
Looking for resources for having conversations about racism with young students? Join parents, educators, child development and trauma experts in a virtual discussion on how you can talk with young children about racial injustice and violence against Black people.
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