Have a favorite show on PBS? Of course you do. Covering the broadest variety of content, PBS' programming addresses the spectrum of topics from science to drama, history to athletics, early childhood to advanced research. But an often overlooked resource is their platform PBS LearningMedia, offering more than 100,000 free digital resources to PreK-12 educators nationwide.
Organizations like the National Archives and Digital Public Library of America, along with well-known PBS shows like American Experience, NOVA, and Curious George, have curated lessons, videos, and interactives. For schools that face the challenge of restrictions on which websites are available, PBS offers some of the most prized content from Youtube, like the Crash Course series or even Khan Academy. Below, you'll see how to get quick access to robust content through several different methods.
Aside from the simplicity of using the search and filter features on the PBSLRM homepage, there are also content area search tools just a scroll away. In the screenshots below, you can see the subject area boxes available science, social studies, Math, and ELA. Just click a content area and you're off!