Learn At Home
Watch and Learn Archive
This continually updated collection of activities encourages families with younger students to continue exploring and learning at home.
A great resource for PreK-3 grade levels.
Keep your child engaged with this watch and learn guide that focuses on a different theme each week! Click on a week and theme below to get started!
HOW TO TALK ABOUT THE NEWS WITH YOUR KIDS
Read, Do and Make
These resources, activities and videos can help you and your child cope when upsetting new events occur.
Read and Do
Check out these tips from a father and researcher to help you talk with your kids about scary news stories.
Watch, Do, Make, and More
These resources can help families cope in emergencies and other challenging times.
Students will learn about a basic element of art—shape—by analyzing shapes used in works of art. They will then create a cut-paper collage based on a theme they select.
Creature Power! Learn about underwater sea life by collecting missing creature power suit parts while impersonating wildlife.
An old photograph sends Molly and friend Tooey on a mission to find out why Grandpa Nat no longer sings or plays his drum.
In this game, children help animals get dressed for each season as they observe the way the earth changes with each season.
Primary grade students practice addition and multiplication using the scores from baseball and basketball games.
Players strive to create a balanced desert ecosystem in which each animal has enough food to survive over a period of 12 days, in this interactive game
Use this Molly of Denali Guide to learn about birds in your neighborhood.
Use these guides and organizers to come up with an exciting story!
Build vocabulary while baking a treat for your four-legged friend.
Create a memory book of events from the last year.
Read this fun story and learn vocabulary words like transportation, rotate, and gears.
Learn about the 26th President of the United States with this booklet.
Learn about the first woman to fly over the Atlantic Ocean alone with this booklet.
Use this recipe book based on Molly of Denali to get cooking with family and friends!
Bake your favorite cupcake recipe and help your child learn about measurement and math.
Use a hundreds chart as a playing board in these fun and simple games.
Explore shapes while making this yummy pizza recipe.
This activity will help children practice sorting and measurement skills and understand the connection…
Counting forward and backward by 1’s lays the foundation for addition and subtraction…
This Fetch activity will help children understand the concept of days, weeks, and months…
Find out how many of these objects in nature your students can spot with PBS KIDS Bingo!
Children can explore how animals and humans use their senses to learn about the world around them…
In this Cat in the Hat activity, have children predict what will sink or float, test out their predictions in water…
Explore kitchen chemistry and make a cool rainbow popsicle in this activity from The Ruff Ruffman Show.
Explore wearable science and try to make it to the finish line of this special relay race without breaking…
Use these related resources to learn more about mixtures together…
Make predictions, observations, and investigate with these ramp activities.
See the wind at work by making this Cat in the Hat pinwheel! Invite children to observe what happens…
Is your child ready to invent their own planet? In this activity from…
These How-To Cards introduce multiple pathways and features to help children get started using…
Practice sorting natural and human-made objects in a variety of ways.
Design your own monster, play a sequence game, build a catapult…
Make your own stick puppets of the Cat in the Hat, Nick, Sally, Fish, and Thing One and Thing Two.
Encourage children to explore core science concepts in this activity based on The Ruff Ruffman Show!
Use this Cyberchase chart to keep track of how many steps you take each week.
Support children’s motor skills while they learn about the movements of various animals.
This lesson puts a physical twist on the traditional game, rock, paper, scissors!
Read playing cards so the suit determines the type of physical activity, and the face value…
Help children learn easy ways to stay physically fit, in this guide from Arthur.