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WBGU-PBS

Using PBS Resources to Support Social Emotional Learning

WBGU Educational Services Coordinator Kelly Pheneger demonstrates several resources from PBS and WBGU-PBS that support social-emotional learning for children of all ages.

WBGU-PBS

The Journal: Back To School during COVID-19

For children and their parents starting the school year has taken on a whole new meaning. In this Journal we’ll discuss how parents and caregivers can support children learning at home, how they can assist children as they return to school or participate virtually, and self-care for adults during COVID-19.

Creating Routines

Whether your child will be headed back to the classroom or settling in for virtual at-home learning, a good way to prepare is to start practicing a daily routine. Use these printables and activities to help children to prepare for returning to school.

Staying Healthy: Resources for Younger Children

PBS KIDS for Parents

Prepping for a Very Different School Year

PBS KIDS

Wild Kratts | Wear a Mask Like the Wild Kratts! | PBS KIDS

PBS KIDS

Learn Healthy Habits: Social Distancing! | Odd Squad | PBS K

Meet the Helpers

The Best Way to Stay Healthy is to Wash Your Hands Often

Staying Healthy: Resources for Older Children and Teens

It's Okay To Be Smart

Why Soap Is Still Our Best Weapon Against Coronavirus

Above The Noise

How Do Masks Really Help Us?

Above The Noise

Survival Guide: How to Handle Family Stress