At Home Learning

About At Home Learning

Many Arizona schools transitioned to remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic, causing thousands of students to be without access to educational instruction.

As part of the public media mission to ensure all kids, regardless of their capabilities, have access to continued free educational resources at home, Arizona Public Media and Arizona PBS partnered to offer Arizonans broadcast programming and accompanying digital resources that adhere to our state curriculum to provide continued at-home learning.

On air, Arizona PBS provides At Home Learning programs for early learners on weekdays between 6 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on our main channel. Programming for grades 6-12 is available on Arizona PBS World from noon to 5 p.m. on weekdays. | Arizona PBS channel guide

Above, our weekly schedule guide includes links to activities and curriculum resources for each on-air program during the At Home Learning block. Below, find additional resources for parents, caregivers and teachers. See ideas for how to use these resources here.

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Articles for Parents & Caregivers

Articles for Educators

At Home Learning is brought to you by Arizona PBS and Arizona Public Media

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GianLuca Moldovan

GianLuca Moldovan plays the guitar

Moldovan joined us in the Arizona PBS studios to play his songs "Glycerine" and "The Madeliene," and chat about his musical background.

Nova “Alaskan Dinosaurs”

NOVA Dinosaurs

A team of intrepid paleontologists discovers that dinosaurs thrived in the unlikeliest of places—the cold and dark of winter in the Arctic Circle.

Great Performances “Reopening: The Broadway Revival”

Charity Angel Dawson, Sara Bareilles, and Caitlin Houlahan in "Waitress."

Reopening: The Broadway Revival pulls the curtain back on some of Broadway’s most popular shows, revealing how the New York theater industry undertook the monumental process of turning the lights back on after its longest hiatus in history due to the COVID-19 pandemic.