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|Baseball is back…on PBS! With the MLB season delaying the start of its 2020 season due to the coronavirus outbreak, fans can still get their fix of America’s national pastime through legendary filmmaker Ken Burns‘ nine-part Baseball documentary series. It is now available for streaming—for free—click here!|
Tips for at-home learning that are fun!
PBS KIDS has a variety of free resources to support families:
- The PBS KIDS 24/7 channel offers anytime access to trusted educational series for kids ages 2-8 on WQLN 54.4 (a rescan of TV channels may be necessary).
- The PBS KIDS Video app is available on mobile, tablet, and connected TV devices and offers on-demand educational videos, and a live stream of the PBS KIDS 24/7 channel. No subscription required! (Search for “PBS KIDS Video” where you find your apps).
- The PBS KIDS Games app has nearly 200 educational games, which can be downloaded for offline play anytime, anywhere. Learn more about these and PBS KIDS’ other apps here.
- PBS KIDS for Parents offers information, activities, and tips for parents, including this resource on “How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus.”
Visit PBSKIDS.org for daily activities and tips to help kids play and learn at home.
Two great activities to bring learning to life from home!
|Writers Contest Deadline Extended until May 1st!|
|Kids K-3 are invited to write and illustrate their very own story! This is a great way to keep learning in step while kids spend the next few weeks home from school. Winners will receive cool prizes and a chance to read their stories on WQLN TV!
Visit www.wqln.org/writers for details and to download an entry form.
Q Kids Readers For Home
Does your child love to read? They can become a Q-Kids Reader! Kids who read five or more books a month will see their name in lights on WQLN TV! Choose PBS-related book and get reading! For more information about the Q Kids Readers and to download your book log, visit www.wqln.org/readers.