With content available free over the air on Ball State PBS Channels 49.1 and 49.2, these educational programs can reach all families, including those who do not have internet access or computers at homeview schedule »

The resources in PBS LearningMedia, which were developed based on feedback from educators, are aligned to curriculum standards in every state and contextualized for educational use. These resources include grab-and-go activities, lesson plans, interactive lessons, and media that illustrate specific topics or themes and support materials across subjects.

Let’s hit the road!

For over 20 years we’ve been working like mad scientists to refine and perfect the formula for “electronic” field trips. Join us as we continue to remix education. What we’ve come up with may just knock your socks off! We can’t wait for you to give it a try. And, best of all, it’s free!

Free Features for Teachers:

  • Explore resources aligned to state standards
  • Save, download, and create content using your favorite resources
  • Access teacher tools to build quizzes, puzzles, and storyboards
  • Share content easily with Google Classroom and Schoology

In addition to our on-air educational programming, PBS offers countless high-quality and FREE educational resources for grades K-12.

  • PBS LearningMedia’s Full-Time Kid Collection
    Get creative with DIY science experiments, homemade bird feeder tutorials and tips on mastering card tricks.
  • PBS KIDS
    Find FREE educational games, videos, hands-on activities and more from your favorite PBS KIDS programs. Resources are appropriate for ages 3-8.
  • PBS Apps and Games
    Find educational apps from your favorite PBS KIDS programs. Resources are appropriate for ages 3-8.
  • PBS KIDS for Parents
    Offers information, activities and tips for parents and caregivers, including a guide on how to talk to kids about coronavirusResources are appropriate for ages 2-8.
  • PBS Kids Daily Newsletter – Sign up for the daily newsletter from PBS Kids to receive daily tips and activities sent
    directly to your inbox.
  • Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum
    Use these video clips, teaching tips, and historical figure biosketches to support students’ social-emotional, literacy, and social studies skills.
  • American Experience
    Discover this country’s rich history in this collection of media-based resources from the series.

INITIATIVE PARTNERS INCLUDE

STATION CONTACT   –   Lori Georgi, Director of Content, 765.285.2982, lgeorgi@bsu.edu
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