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FAMILIES

Explore our favorite resources to help make learning come to life for your family.

Celebrating Kentucky’s Black History

From Martin Luther King, Jr.’s March on Frankfort to honoring The Greatest in Louisville, these resources will help your family celebrate Kentucky’s rich African American history.

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Kentucky’s Black History and Culture
These resources focus on Black history and culture. The Antebellum Period sub-collection tells the story of Black enslaved people and the contributions they made to Kentucky. The MLK Jr. March on Frankfort sub-collection tells how Kentuckians organized a march in 1964 to press for a civil rights bill in the state.

A watercolor painting by boxer Muhammad Ali shows him fighting against Zora Folley in the boxing ring at Madison Square Garden surrounded by many, many white circles against black representing the heads of people in the audience.

Kentucky Virtual Art Museum: Muhammad Ali Center
This collection features resources from the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville. The Center’s museum captures the inspiration in Muhammad Ali’s life story and the six core principles that fueled his journey–confidence, conviction, dedication, giving, respect, and spirituality.

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Arthur Takes a Stand
Discover ways to protest injustice and have your voice heard using this video from the PBS KIDS series ARTHUR. Arthur begs the principal to hire help for Mrs. MacGrady in the cafeteria and encourages students to boycott. After a pep talk from Congressman John Lewis, Arthur stages a peaceful protest.

Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum
The series follows the adventures of Xavier, Yadina and Brad as they tackle everyday problems by traveling back in time to learn from real-life inspirational figures like Marie Curie, Harriet Tubman, Jackie Robinson, and others when they were kids.

More Resources for Parents and Caregivers

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Watch Now
From Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood to Molly of Denali, your child’s PBS KIDS favorites are available to stream online, anytime.

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What’s on KET?
No matter the time of day, we provide safe, educational and entertaining programs for your children.

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KET Parenting Newsletter
The games, activities and tips in this newsletter will help you keep kids ages 2-8 engaged.

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Let’s Learn Kentucky
Developed and curated by KET, these resources help parents and caregivers navigate kids’ early years, from birth to when they start school – an important time in their development.

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Recursos en español
KET ofrece muchas actividades, consejos y recursos en español.

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Family Fun Club
When you become a KET member, you can enroll up to four children in Family Fun Club for benefits such as on-air birthday greetings and invitations to exclusive club events.

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KET Everyday Learning
This KET-produced collection uses original animation and visual images to introduce the basic concepts of math, science, social studies, art and health to the youngest learners.

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Sesame Street Parents
Access Sesame Street videos, games, ebooks, apps, printables, merchandise, and more on this family-centered website powered by the Sesame Street Workshop.

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PBS Parents
This trusted resource is filled with information on child development and learning. It also serves as a parent’s window to PBS KIDS with access to educational games and activities inspired by PBS KIDS programs.

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