What a reason to be excited! In 1987, Congress declared March to be Women’s History Month, and there’s so much history to learn about. While March is about to end, that doesn’t mean you can’t keep teaching about the amazing contributions women have made to the world.
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Mini-sized videos — such as this one for George Washington from PBS LearningMedia’s 60-Second Presidents — provide an engaging way to focus attention on any of our country’s leaders. In this collection, you’ll also find activities such as Continue reading
Happy Valentine’s Day. Ladybugs are unlikely to conjure images of love as do doves, swans and puppy dogs. Many may think of ladybugs as harmless creatures that walk along window sills and occasionally take wing. But this video from KQED San Francisco and presented by PBS Digital Studios shows them gathering after long winter flights to hibernate and find mates in a ritual that is sure to fascinate students.
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Regardless of the grade you may teach, please take a few minutes to watch this joyful Sesame Street Season 50 Anthem that launches a year-long celebration.
Sesame Street is now the longest-running children’s show in American television history. As a recent press release explains, “Set against the backdrop of the civil rights movement and the war on poverty, Sesame Street was created to answer a simple question: could television be used to Continue reading
Lesson plans, videos, discussion questions, and digitized primary sources at PBS LearningMedia help teachers inspire students’ curiosity and strengthen their personal connections to black history and culture.
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The homeless — we may notice them on sidewalks or at traffic lights. Sometimes they’re holding signs, sometimes they’re rummaging through trash or pushing carriages packed with bags. How much do we really know about this population to which virtually none of us would want to belong?
A two-part series about homelessness in our region that recently aired on WGBY’s nightly program, Connecting Point, explores Continue reading
Happy New Year from WGBY Education! We wish you the best in learning & teaching with students of all ages in 2019 and promise to do our best to support you in your important work.
To bring real-world, timely relevance to your classroom as we start the New Year, you’ll find Continue reading
As students can see in this video clip from American Experience, the first Thanksgiving wasn’t the same holiday we celebrate today — in fact, the Pilgrims didn’t even call it “thanksgiving.” PBS resources such as this one can capture students’ imagination and open their minds to learning about their history as well as their present world.
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The Daily News Story takes the best of the PBS NewsHour news program and pairs it with discussion questions, lesson plans and stories developed specifically for students. In partnership with PBS LearningMedia, this respected, in-depth programs creates a collection that helps teachers and students Continue reading
While we know that kids of all ages — yes, that includes teachers! — will be dressing up and celebrating Halloween, we hope not too many sugary treats find their way into students’ bags and bellies.
You’ll find plenty of enriching Halloween resources for PreK-12 students in Continue reading