April 13 | Grades Pre-K–3

At-Home Learning Tips

Consistency is Key for Children with Autism
To help your child grow accustomed to the changes of distance learning, stay consistent with your language and pair it with visual guides, especially if they have Autism. For example, schedule blocks of activities that vary by color to offer variety within a structure. For example, tell your child, “It’s time to pick a yellow activity, do you want to do A or B?” Find more tips to support your child in this guide.

Daily Programming

Monday on Arizona PBS

5:00 a.m. Xavier Riddle and The Secret Museum: We are the Wright Brothers/ We are the Bronte Sisters

Model Airplanes – Educators Guide
Painting Cookies & Poetry – Activity


5:30 a.m. CyberChase: Find Those Gleamers!

Operations and Algebraic Thinking – Interactive Lesson
Balancing Number Sentences – Lesson Plan


6:30 a.m. SciGirls: Mejorando Procesos/Process Power

Food Rescue – Activity
Mobile Food and Book Bus – Document

Additional Resources

ARTICLE: Sesame Street – 50 Years of Representing Viewers Like You
“If ‘Sesame Street’ is any indication, seeing people who represent all of us should be an established, assumed fact and not a novel feature in media.” This Autism Awareness Month, read about how the beloved show evolved into being the standard for representation and diversity on television, and a home for everyone, including people with other abilities, like Julia.

Julia, the first Muppet with autism, draws with a crayon. | Courtesy of Sesame Workshop and Richard Termine
Julia, the first Muppet with autism, draws with a crayon. | Courtesy of Sesame Workshop and Richard Termine

VIDEO: Not Just Any Ol’ Graph
Crack the case of why Sensible Flats ran dry along with the Cybersquad. Discover with them that the water levels started decreasing drastically around the seventh of the month. Your child will learn how to interpret and use line graphs to show trends over time

ACTIVITY: Kids in the Kitchen – Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Just as Leo discovered how a simple grilled cheese sandwich can be a work of art on today’s “Let’s Go Luna!” episode, unleash your mini chef’s creativity for lunch time and allow them to add a new ingredient to this easy recipe for a cheesy classic. If your child has mastered the basic grilled cheese sandwich and is ready to put an international twist on it, test out this Croque Monsieur recipe instead to add a French flair as the “Let’s Go Luna!” team did in Paris.

A grilled cheese sandwich, made with Gouda, Hoisin sauce and hot Asian mustard. | Riffraffselbow / Creative Commons License

ARTICLE: April Showers Bring Action, Not Fear, with Autism Awareness
April is Autism Awareness Month, with many wonderful events supporting the autism community. Learn what you can do to give your child the best chance to succeed in school and life, whether or not you discover autism or another developmental problem along the way.

Illustration of columns of a capitol building with text reading: Arizona PBS AZ Votes 2024
airs April 16

Arizona PBS presents candidate debates as part of ‘AZ Votes 2024’

The Capital building with text reading: Circle on Circle: Robert Lowell's D.C.
May 2

An evening with ‘Poetry in America’

Graphic for the AZPBS kids LEARN! Writing Contest with a child sitting in a chair writing on a table and text reading: The Ultimate Field Trip
May 12

Submit your entry for the 2024 Writing Contest

Poetry in America image with photos of four poets and the name of the show
airs April 18

Mushrooms, Weakness and Doubt 

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