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Explore our favorite resources to help make learning come to life for your family.

Save the Date!

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Plan to join us!

Mark your calendars and plan to join us for Super Saturday at KET this fall. This popular annual family event will be held this year on Saturday, October 19.

Stay tuned here for more information or, better yet, sign up for the KET Parenting Newsletter to stay up-to-date on all things family!

In the Spotlight

New resources on Let’s Learn Kentucky

Have you checked out the Let’s Learn Kentucky website lately? It’s a kindergarten readiness resource hub for families and caregivers of young children. Let’s Learn Kentucky encourages families to read, talk, count, play, move and connect together. KET has added NEW resources to each “together” page under “What You Can Do”.  

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Featured Program

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Smart Start: A KET Special Report

This KET special report examines the importance of a child’s early years of development.

Host Renee Shaw is joined by a panel of childhood development experts who discuss ways parents and caregivers can support children in their early years and how the Commonwealth and local communities can help address the state’s shortage of workers in the early childhood development field. The program also features stories from across Kentucky examining how organizations are using innovative programs to enrich early learning experiences for children. The program is funded in part by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.

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New Series

Mecha Builders

Need help? Mecha Elmo, Mecha Cookie, and Mecha Abby will be there on the double to “Plan it, Test it, Solve it!

Sesame Street Mecha Builders reimagines Elmo, Cookie Monster, and Abby Cadabby as robot heroes-in-training who use their STEM superpowers to solve wacky larger-than-life problems.

Mecha Elmo, Mecha Cookie Monster and Mecha Abby are always ready to save the day, and while they may not get it right the first time, they won’t give up until they do! There’s no problem too big or too small for this super team to solve!

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Lyla in the Loop

This funny and engaging new animated series for kids ages 4-8 centers on Lyla Loops and her blue sidekick, Stu, who use creative and strategic problem-solving and critical thinking skills to help their family, friends and community. From building homemade carnival games to creating a new sandwich for the family restaurant, Lyla, Stu and the whole Loops crew tackle challenges with equal servings of humor and heart.

Watch Now

Bring learning to life whenever and wherever you’d like!

From Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood to Molly of Denali, your child’s PBS KIDS favorites are available to stream online, anytime.

PBS KIDS Family Night

Pop some popcorn and gather ’round!

PBS KIDS Family Night airs on KETKIDS every Friday evening for two hours starting at 7/6 pm.

The Family Night block repeats on Saturday and Sunday evenings at the same time.

Get out(side)!

Become a backyard explorer
Nature Cat (a backyard explorer extraordinaire) and his buddies inspire viewers to get outside and make connections with the natural world.

Creature adventures
The Wild Kratts crew encounters fascinating animals in their habitats and learns about adaptation, hibernation, extinction and more.

Breaking big jobs into little ones
Three marsupials live with their grandmother in a treehouse and solve problems in their Treeborhood by putting their heads together.

Resources for Parents and Caregivers

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What’s on KET for kids?
All day, every day, we provide safe, educational and entertaining programs for your kids. Open up a world of possibilities for children with programs like Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Sesame Street, Wild Kratts and so many more.

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KET Parenting Newsletter
The games, activities and tips in this newsletter will help you keep kids ages 2-8 engaged.

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KET Everyday Learning
This KET-produced collection uses original animation and visual images to introduce the basic concepts of math, science, social studies, art and health to the youngest learners.

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Let’s Learn Kentucky
Created and curated by KET, these resources help parents and caregivers navigate kids’ early years, from birth to starting school – a very important time in their development.

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Recursos en español
KET ofrece muchas actividades, consejos y recursos en español.

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Family Fun Club
When you become a KET member, you can enroll up to four kids in our Family Fun Club for benefits such as on-air birthday greetings and invitations to exclusive club events.

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Sesame Street Parents
Access Sesame Street videos, games, ebooks, apps, printables, merchandise and more on this family-centered site powered by the Sesame Street Workshop.

PBS Parents
This trusted resource is packed with info on child development and learning. It’s also a parent’s window to educational games and activities inspired by PBS KIDS programs.

Apps and More

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