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Early Learning Partnership

Inspire curiosity with free kid-tested games, programs, and activities based on PBS KIDS shows! Childcare providers can earn free Wisconsin Registry credit through PBS Wisconsin Education virtual and in-person professional learning events. Visit pbswisconsineducation.org/earlylearning for more information!

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The Ways

The Ways is a series of stories from Native communities around the central Great Lakes. This online educational resource for 6-12 grade students features videos, interactive maps, and digital media exploring contemporary Native culture and language.

Explore The Ways

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.

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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!
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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

The character Molly of Denali peeks up from behind the Molly of Denali logo against a backdrop wheat pattern

The Night Manager

This “Molly of Denali” clip and lesson plan from the Ready to Learn collection helps children improve text by adding or updating content.

The character Daniel Tiger faces us with a cooking whisk in his hand over a mixing bowl

Music Explorers

Explore percussion instruments with “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” clips, games and more. Support materials available in English and Spanish.

Characters from Xavier Riddle stand below a large photograph of the author Zora Neale Hurston

Zora Neale Hurston

Learn about Zora Neale Hurston with this “Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum” clip, biosketch reader and more. Support materials available in English and Spanish.

Wild Kratts characters stand in a forest wearing elaborate, majestical suits.

Aviva’s Powersuit Maker

Play this “Wild Kratts” game to help Aviva to design powersuits. Decide what animal features are best for certain environments.

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.
The Legend of the Lost Emerald

The Legend of the Lost Emerald

Take a deep dive into maritime mysteries with your students in this point-and-click adventure 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

U.S. History Collection

U.S. History Collection

Expand students’ understanding of U.S. History with culturally inclusive resources that bring the major people, events, and trends in history alive, while integrating often untold stories.
The Ways

The Ways

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

Election Collection

Keep up with with election news, study the history and process of elections, learn about voting rights, and engage in classroom debates with these videos, activities, and lesson plans.
Above the Noise

Above the Noise

Above the Noise host Myles Bess takes viewers along on his journey to cut through the hype surrounding controversial topics in the news to find out what's really going on.

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