At Home Learning

PBS Wisconsin is committed to ensuring equitable access to free and trusted resources in a variety of formats to help meet the needs of all learners in any learning environment. In partnership with Milwaukee PBS and the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI), we are continuing our At-Home Learning TV broadcast schedule for the school year, accompanied by curriculum-aligned digital resources.

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Watch online or broadcast on TV weekdays on PBS Wisconsin-1, on The Wisconsin Channel, or PBS Wisconsin-2, and every day on the PBS Wisconsin 24/7 KIDS channel, or PBS Wisconsin-4.

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Find Out More About At-Home Learning

For any learning environment, PBS Wisconsin keeps middle and high school students connected with free and trusted educational content on-air, on-demand and via livestream.

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Resources for teaching American Indian Studies

Map of Wisconsin's current reservations and tribal lands

Nov. 30, 2020

Wisconsin First Nations

Are you eager to bring American Indian Studies to your classroom but don’t know where to start? It is natural to have questions when teaching about different cultures and governments! Find answers to some of the questions you might have on the Wisconsin First Nations FAQ page. (PK – 12)

Visit Wisconsin First Nations

Explore. Play. Learn

Below you will find content that parents, caregivers, teachers and students can start using now to boost learning. They are free, curriculum-based and kid-tested.

PBS Wisconsin Education

PBS Wisconsin Education

Free to use, standards-aligned, Wisconsin-focused media, including videos, games, educator guides, and more.
PBS KIDS Website

PBS KIDS Website

Educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts and other PBS KIDS shows!
PBS Parents Website

PBS Parents Website

Resources, tips and activities created by expert educators and child development professionals.

``It's good to be curious about many things.``

—Fred Rogers
``It's good to be curious about many things.``

Early Learning & Elementary School

PBS KIDS Learn Along Bingo

Weekly, printable packets for PreK-2nd grade.
PreK-K packet
Grades 1-2 packet

Nov 30, 2020

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PBS KIDS “Bingo Aprendiendo”

Paquetes imprimibles para los grados PK-2, actualizados semanalmente.
Paquete para PreK-K
Paquete para primer y segundo grado

Nov 30, 2020

Daily Activity Calendar

Try a new PBS KIDS activity each day!

November 2020

Bright by Text

Sign up to receive free tips and learning games with Bright By Text, a free, localized tool for parents and caregivers of children under 8.

Upper Elementary & Middle School

Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin

Re/sound: Songs of Wisconsin

Meet contemporary musicians and explore connections between music, culture and emotion.
Wisconsin Biographies

Wisconsin Biographies

Discover life stories from Wisconsinites of the past to understand their contributions to Wisconsin and U.S. history.
Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case

Jo Wilder and the Capitol Case

Think like a historian in this Wisconsin history mystery video game!
Meet the Lab

Meet the Lab

Relate to people in science careers and learn about the real-world problems that research works to solve.

High School

Let’s Talk About Election 2020

Let’s Talk About Election 2020

Students have a lot to say about Election 2020. Get inspired and participate in a youth media challenge!
The Ways

The Ways

Hear stories of culture and language from First Nations community members around the central Great Lakes.
Above the Noise

Above the Noise

Videos and activities to facilitate drawing informed conclusions while inspiring media literacy and civic engagement.
NOVA

NOVA

Spark and enrich student knowledge of STEM with over 1500 resources from NOVA’s broadcast and digital productions.

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Generous support for At-Home Learning with PBS Wisconsin is provided by:

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