KET is dedicated to making a positive impact on the lives of children, teachers, and families, with high-quality early childhood instructional resources and in-person and online training opportunities.
Early Childhood News
2017 Young Writers Contest
February 3, 2017 - KET invites children in kindergarten through third grade to submit illustrated stories and fourth and fifth graders to submit short stories to the annual KET Young Writers Contest. New this year, sixth through eighth graders are invited to submit their poetry.
Apply Now to Become a 2017 PBS Digital Innovator
December 14, 2016 - Calling all Classroom Changemakers! Are you a PBS Digital Innovator? We’re looking for educators who love what they do, and who have found creative and thoughtful ways to integrate technology and digital media into their instruction. Apply today!
American Academy of Pediatrics recommends PBS KIDS
November 21, 2016 - Recently, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) revised its recommendations on children’s media use. The new guidelines suggest that children as young as 18 months may benefit from high-quality educational media, such as that provided by PBS KIDS.
Election Resources: PBS KIDS You Choose
October 4, 2016 - PBS KIDS You Choose introduces kids to non-partisan, democracy-related topics through interactive exploration and video. Kids can create their own campaign posters about anything they care about, collect presidential trading cards of past U.S. Presidents and First Ladies, and watch videos that focus on important issues relevant to them!
Videos and interactives in the Everyday Learning collection on PBS LearningMedia use original animation and images to introduce basic concepts of math, science, health, social studies, and art to students in preschool through first grade.
Child Care Training
KET programs can help Kentucky’s licensed, certified, and registered early childhood education professionals earn credit toward state licensing requirements.
2016-2017 Education Resources Book
Explore education resources in the 2016-2017 Education Resources Book.