On this MPB At-Home Learning web page we share information, resources and activities to keep students learning at home.

MPB At-Home Learning Television Programming

MPB Television programming on our main channel is educational content geared towards PreK-12th grade students from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

PBS KIDS 24/7 channel is available for younger viewers.

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Exploring Careers while Sheltering-in Place

Right now COVID-19 is the news that is most prevalent and most talked about, but there’s still so much other news going on. Our students are bombarded with COVID-19 stories and are most likely not taking in too much else. The public broadcasting station in Kentucky, KET, has created a 15–minute current events program for students that help keep them in the know about current events in the world. News Quiz offers short news stories, a corresponding quiz and other resources. Parents can encourage their children to watch this for enrichment or teachers can make it a part of their weekly class lesson. The host is engaging and students will like it. Give it a try by clicking here.

Schools Closed? How to Make a New Home Routine
How You and Your Kids Can De-Stress During Coronavirus
Workforce Development
Parents are Teachers Too
Nature Cat Virtual Field Trip

Looking for creative ways to keep kids and families engaged? Buckle up for a virtual field trip to some amazing and wondrous places without having to leave your home!

Feeling Worried

When children feel worried, grown-ups can help them feel safer, calmer, and more secure.

Heroes in Your Community

Talk about heroes: there are superheroes in movies, shows, and books, but a real-life hero is kind, helpful, and brave, and there are lots of heroes working hard in every neighborhood right now.

Coping With Sickness

When a loved one becomes ill with COVID-19 and is isolated, there are ways to offer comfort and honest explanations, and to stay connected to the person who is sick.

PBS Parents Play & Learn

PBS’ first app designed specifically for parents, PBS Parents Play & Learn provides more than a dozen games parents can play with their kids, each themed around a familiar location.

Sesame Street Caring

Sesame Workshop launched the Caring for Each Other initiative—a commitment to supporting families throughout the COVID-19 crisis. The initiative’s landing page, SesameStreet.org/caring is home to resources designed to provide comfort, manage anxiety, and foster learning at home.

Daniel Tiger for Parents

The Daniel Tiger for Parents app empowers parents and caregivers with songs and videos from the hit PBS KIDS series Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.

Is your child learning about sharing? Struggling with trying a new food? Working on what to do with mad feelings? Daniel Tiger for Parents has a song for these important social-emotional skills – and many more of life’s little lessons!

Sesame Street Health Emergencies

Another piece of this initiative created especially with providers and caregivers in mind: Health Emergencies, a new topic page on Sesame Street in Communities.

At-Home Activities for Pre K- 8th Grade

Download fun family activities in English to boost reading, math, critical thinking, and mental health. No materials or preparation required.

How Play Helps Kids Navigate Difficult Times

Child development experts tell us that play is an essential part of childhood. It’s not frivolous. It’s not an extra. Play supports kids’ cognitive, social, emotional and character development.

PBS Kids Daily Share

PBS KIDS’ new weekday newsletter offers activities and tips you can use to help kids play and learn at home. Sign up here!

PBS Kids Backgrounds for Your Next Video Chat

Want to make your next video chat with family and friends just a little extra special? Download one of these special backgrounds from your favorite PBS KIDS shows! Pretend that you are imagining with Daniel Tiger in the Land of Make Believe, discovering new animals with the Wild Kratts or playing with Molly in the general store in Alaska!

PBS Nature

Even though you may be staying inside more, you can still experience the beauty of nature. Check out PBS NATURE at-home learning resources and activities and find ways to stream episodes HERE.

PBS Learning Media
PBS Teachers' Lounge

Engage with other teachers from around the world and share resources, insights, materials and more! This is a dedicated page for teachers created by PBS. Read blog posts, articles and find lesson ideas posted by fellow teachers from across the country. You can also find professional development opportunities offered by PBS national.

e-Learning for Educators

Mississippi e-Learning for Educators provides high-quality, research-based, online professional development facilitated by exemplary Mississippi educators.

Workshops last for four weeks and emphasize theory-to-practice applications.

Ed Said lives on the internet in webisodes at EdSaid.org, and in animated music video interstitials that broadcast on MPB’s television channel. Ed Said uses his rhyming skills to incorporate fruit and vegetable facts into songs that children can enjoy.

Play and Learn Engineering is an educational, fun-filled app that helps your kids learn through play. Explore and learn engineering concepts with games that grow with your child.

PBS KIDS 24/7 channel offers anytime access to trusted educational series for kids ages 2-8

Go on adventures with Molly of Denali from PBS KIDS! In this app, kids ages 4-8 can play with Molly and friends in her Alaskan village, Qyah. The Molly of Denali app teaches children to use familiar texts such as books, diagrams, and captioned photos to solve problems, accomplish tasks, and help Molly’s friends!

The PBS KIDS Video app is available on mobile, tablet, and connected TV devices and offers on0-demand educational videos, and a live stream of the PBS KIDS 24/7 channel.

With PBS KIDS ScratchJr, kids can create their own interactive stories and games featuring their favorite characters from Wild Kratts, Nature Cat, WordGirl and Peg + Cat! The storytelling possibilities are endless with this creative coding app for children ages 5-8.

The PBS KIDS Games app has nearly 200 educational games, which can be downloaded for offline pay anytime, anywhere.

Put your vocabulary skills to the test and see if you have what it takes to be WordGirl’s sidekick! Create superhero avatars and train with WordGirl in this adventurous PBS KIDS app designed for kids 6 to 8.

Hold a Family Awards Ceremony
Make a Pop-Up Card
PBS KIDS Thank You Neighbors Certificate
Meet the Helpers

Wearing a Mask Helps Stop the Spread of Germs

You can be a germ buster by wearing a cloth mask. Medical masks should be saved for Helpers, like doctors and nurses, who are working to make people feel better. To learn more, go to meetthehelpers.org

The Big Sneeze! | Sid the Science Kid FULL EPISODE | PBS KID

Sid’s parents tell him to wash his hands to keep away germs. But Sid can’t see any germs on his hands, so why should he wash them? Sid and his friends learn that germs are so small that you can’t see them. And they discover that a great way to stay healthy and keep germs away is by washing their hands with soap and water!

Germs Germs Go Away | Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood | PBS KIDS

Daniel imagines that he can make all of the germs on his hands go away.

Watch and play more games at https://pbskids.org or download the *FREE* PBS KIDS Video and Games app at https://pbskids.org/apps/

Easy At-Home Activities for Pre K- 8th Grade

Download fun family activities in Spanish to boost reading, math, critical thinking, and mental health. No materials or preparation required.


Recursos para ayudar a las Familias durante el COVID-19