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Creature Power Games: Using items found in your home, make an adventure arena. Have fun, get some exercise, and learn about animals.
Free Family Event (POSTPONED)
In the interest of public health and safety, especially for families and small children, KET has decided to postpone Super Saturday until 2022.
Arthur is excited about the first day of fourth grade! Meanwhile, D.W. is nervous about her first day of kindergarten.
Recommended for Early Childhood
PBS KIDS Read-Alongs: Each week, celebrities and PBS KIDS authors read aloud their favorite kids’ books on the PBS KIDS’ Facebook page and YouTube channels. Watch them all here!
This KET series introduces math, science, social studies, art and health basics to the youngest learners.
Alma’s Way, a new series for kids ages 4-6, premieres on Oct. 4. The series centers on a confident 6-year-old Puerto Rican girl living in the Bronx.
Recommended for School-Age
Learning from Mistakes: Learning new things can be challenging. These tips encourage kids to see mistakes as learning opportunities.
Host Mr. C helps kids in grades 4-6 investigate the world through science! You can see Mr. C in person at Super Saturday!
Fresh Resources for Educators
This fun, animated video collection teaches students about dance, drama, music and the visual arts.
Take a virtual tour of the Capitol building and learn about the history of state government, the art found on the grounds and the building’s architecture.
This series explores social studies and civics topics, such as Kentucky’s legislature, notable Kentucky women, presidential inaugurations, and more.
Aimed at students in grades 6-12, this series help students brush up on math and language arts and see how these skills are useful in a variety of career fields.
Learn more about Kentucky farmers and the food they grow! This virtual field trip series brings the farms and farmers to you.
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Everything from games and activities to tips and other other resources, this newsletter will help you keep children ages 2-8 engaged.