A new math game GASHA GO! for kids in kindergarten through third grade build kids' number sense.
If you missed the special 2-hour kick-off episode, watch it now on GPB.org and find out how you can be a part of the voting process to choose America’s #1 book.
Truck driving jobs are going unfilled at alarming rates, but these positions pay well and they're here to stay.
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GPB is releasing all-new content and resources for summer to help keep kids active and encourage exploration.
Teachers are continuously learning and striving to become better instructors, so we're making some of their work a little easier with these PD resources.
This one is truly for all ages. It’s completely adaptable and limitless in the realm of possibilities. You’ve likely got everything you need in the same room with you.
Using cubes or dice, write...
Summer reading is vitally important to retention. It’s probably the easiest way to be sure your child is retaining the fundamentals of the past year. Even my little guy is picking up on words,...
Summer break is here (or almost here for the last few districts still in session this week). This begins that tricky season of keeping the kids entertained while keeping their brains from napping.
Ah, summertime. Pool parties, backyard barbeques, vacation and a time when families and children unwind, relax and take a break. That is, after all, why many call it summer break or summer vacation...
Are your kids crying “bored” this summer or do you need a way to challenge your upcoming class of students? NPR has a video contest to submit “big ideas,” which could be a more effective way of...
The PBS KIDS summertime theme weeks continue with “Monkey Business Week”. Curious George is the star of this week’s theme.
It looks like the rain is going to keep us indoors this week. You can give the kids a break from their chores by giving them some fun learning time with this week’s special ”Super Why and the Around the World Adventure.”