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Teach your way with homeschool resources from PBS Wisconsin

September 1, 2023 Marci Glaus Leave a Comment

PBS Wisconsin Education provides a world of educational media and supporting resources for educators, including parents and caregivers who homeschool their children! From English language arts, mathematics, social studies, science and health, we have content you can include as part of your educational plan.

Teach Your Way

Spark curiosity with your littlest learners with the PBS KIDS Teach Your Way collections from PBS LearningMedia! The math collection includes a media gallery featuring Peg + Cat to practice counting, measuring and problem-solving while on pirate and circus adventures.

The science collection provides opportunities to explore animals, seasons and plants with children’s favorite PBS KIDS characters. Teach health and emotional concepts like motor control, cooperation, identifying and using self-regulation and appropriately expressing a range of emotions with the All About Me collection.

Peg and Cat cartoon

Teach About Wisconsin

PBS Wisconsin Education creates free-to-use, Wisconsin-focused media, including videos, games, interactive content and educator guides. Enrich your social studies and literacy educational plans with stories from Wisconsin Biographies. This collection features notable Wisconsinites’ stories with short animated videos, digital books with audio, galleries of historical images and activity ideas.

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Then, introduce learners to scientific research through a human lens with Meet the Lab. From cancer research to visual reasoning, this resource features scientists from Wisconsin labs. Hear about their work, learn why their research matters and how their work impacts individual people in the state. Then put the learning into action with the science practices activities.

Scientist with graphs image

However you organize your learning time, be sure to explore these and other high-quality education resources all year long at

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