April 2 | Grades Pre-K–3rd

At-Home Learning Tips

Dealing with Stress
Adjusting to At-Home Learning may be difficult for your older children. Many of the things that help adults cope in stressful times will also help your tweens and teens. Exercise, journaling and finding ways to digitally connect with their friends (e.g. on social media, texting or phone and video calls) can really help older children maintain their mental health. Read more tips on how to cope.

Thursday on Arizona PBS

5:00 a.m.

Wild Kratts: Aye Aye
Animal Fitness Lesson Plan – Activity
Elmo Sea Captain – Printable

5:30 a.m.

Cyberchase: Clock Like an Egyptian
Cyberchase: Padlock Problem – Activity

6:00 a.m.

SciGirls: Pedal Power
SciGirls: No Slip Grip – Activity
SciGirls: Pedal Power – Activity

Additional Resources

Buster’s Egyptian Adventure
After traveling to India with “Wild Kratts” and Egypt with “Cyberchase,” join Buster Baxter on his interactive trip to Cairo.

A Big List of Podcasts for Little Kids
Podcasts are surprisingly not just something for adults to listen to on long morning commutes. Here is a list of great shows loved by kids ages 2 through 6, and their caretakers.

Engineer a Rocket Ship
If Jet’s electric engine sent your child’s imagination into space, try making this rocket ship (or a pulley) to give your kid a taste of outer space while putting into practice some engineering fundamentals.

Child demonstrating the rocket ship from a Ready Jet Go! Engineer a Rocket Ship activity taking off.
Illustration of columns of a capitol building with text reading: Arizona PBS AZ Votes 2024

Arizona PBS presents candidate debates

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May 26

Submit your entry for the 2024 Writing Contest

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May 29

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