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PBS KIDS is committed to making a positive impact on the lives of children through curriculum-based media.
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Deborah Farmer Kris Dec 11
My father would have turned 80 this year. He never got to meet my two kids, and as they grow older I think a lot about how to help them feel connected to their Grandpa Jim. My thoughts on *how*
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Gilbert Gottfried 8h
I just recorded the voice of Digit for a new game
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Fred Rogers Productions 7h
Odd-some news, Agents -- has been nominated for two Awards! We're so grateful to share this honor with our partners at and .
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PBS KIDS 5h
Have the boogeyman and other monsters become frequent guests in your child's room? Sharing relaxation skills, such as belly breathing, stretching and imagining a safe place, are a few ways to calm fears.
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Sesame Street Dec 12
We are proud to announce new resources on around the topic of family homelessness. With activities, storybooks & more, our resources can offer help, healing & hope to families without a permanent place to stay.
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Fred Rogers Productions 14h
The Pirates have a REALLY big problem! Help 's sea-faring friends use their treasure map to find their snacks by playing Hungry Pirates. Play today online at :
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PBS KIDS 14h
In search of card inspiration? Get the entire family involved with this simple craft that turns family portraits into your very own sELFies. Here's how it works:
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PBS KIDS Dec 12
We're in awe of this awesome ambrosia recipe from a PBS KIDS parent! Screenshot this recipe to try it or use our recipe cards to share your own!
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PBS KIDS Dec 12
Not all screen time is created equal. Make the most of it by offering pretend play and family activities as options for play time.
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PBS KIDS Dec 11
“Don’t worry about a gorgeous facility. The most important thing to look for is how the adults interact with children.” —Suzanne Bouffard, author and education researcher
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PBS KIDS Dec 10
How does your family deck the halls during the holiday season? In this activity, kids use watercolors and coffee filters to design their own garland!
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PBS KIDS Dec 10
If you're stuck at the South Pole, will Santa be able to find you? In today's special, Luna and the kids find out and learn about holiday traditions around the world along the way!
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PBS KIDS Dec 9
Did you know that 30 percent of the human population never wash their hands? Here's a breakdown from NPR on the importance of hand washing and a 6-step process many of us have never heard of!
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PBS KIDS Dec 9
A snowball that doesn't leave your fingers icy? Find out how to create your own using yarn and glue!
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PBS KIDS Dec 8
How does gratefulness happen? Hear scholar David Steindl-Rast explain the connection between happiness and gratefulness.
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PBS KIDS Dec 8
If your child could design his own village, what would it look like? Grab chalk markers and a few empty cereal and hot cocoa boxes to find out!
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PBS KIDS Dec 7
Are you ready for PBS KIDS Family Night? Get a head start on tonight's special by browsing books featuring The Highway Rat, Stick Man and The Gruffalo! Can your child identify any differences between the books and the show?
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PBS KIDS Dec 7
Hi, Neighbor! Teacher Harriet starts her mornings with a walk! Can your child describe your family's morning routines?
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PBS KIDS Dec 6
True or False: Kids need to know how to read in order to start coding. False! 5-year-olds can learn coding concepts and parents can support them by encouraging kids to ask questions and try different approaches.
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PBS KIDS Dec 6
Leadership is a learned trait. Parents can boost their kids confidence by encouraging them to practice focusing on their friends, making eye contact, sharing ideas, listening to other kids’ perspectives and showing respect.
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