More Educational Resources
A collaboration with neighborhood libraries. It encourages family engagement and a love of learning through hands-on, family-centered activities supported with PBS programs.
The 2020-2025 round of Ready to Learn focusses on the rural community of Washington County. Our partners will learn about PBS resources to increase family engagement and to bring their communities together.
A collaboration with local schools to bring teachers, students, and families research-based, parent trusted PBS resources into the classrooms to create innovative and impactful learning experiences.
An initiative that equips teachers and students in grades 5 – 8 to participate in engineering activities, leading up to a culminating design challenge event.
Our student-focused program offers filmmaking classroom experience at WQED’s studios. Teaching artists and professional mentors teach a curriculum of the basics of digital media arts.
A WQED Education interactive kit developed to engage young learners to discover and explore classical music. Educators don’t need to be an expert to help children create and share music.
“Know What’s Right, Do What’s Right” campaign reaches young children—in preschool, kindergarten, and early elementary school—with solutions that begin to prepare them to confront this troubling behavior.
Students grade K to 3 submit original stories and illustrations to encourage literacy, reading, and career exploration through the theme of writing about their future.
TEAMology’s mission is to understand and improve emotional health to enhance every child’s ability to succeed in school, career, and life.
You can explore libraries around Pennsylvania and beyond from your home or in-person! Collect pins, complete fun activities, and get prizes!
This series of one-minute videos featuring fun and fascinating learning experiences that children and families can do anywhere!
Visit PBSkids.org for videos, games, resources, and much more!
Educators, discover what WQED Film Academy On Location can do in your school or camp! We bring studio experience to you!
Parent resources, tips, hands-on activities, games, and more featuring your favorite PBS Kids shows and resources from early learning experts.
WQED EDU offers professional development for educators as well as Act 48 continuing education credit, featuring useful, child-engaging resources from PBS and WQED.
Bring the World to Your Classroom. WQED and PBS have curated FREE, curriculum-aligned videos, interactive lesson plans, and more for teachers like you.
Engage in WQED produced history documentaries and resources to bring local history into your learning space.
WQED Education brings the classroom to your kitchen! Simple and fun educational videos to try with the family.
Documentaries, community forums, video shorts and more–all shining a light on the people and organizations reshaping education and ultimately the future of our children.
An Emmy Award-winning program about parenting in the digital age that empowers parents with new knowledge and tools to successfully guide their children in the use of digital media and technology.
Internationally syndicated Pittsburgh cartoonist Joe Wos takes viewers of all ages through the creative steps of drawing cartoon characters while sharing tips and educational facts.
Bringing the wonder of science directly to your doorstep, offering captivating experiments, learning, and exploration opportunities for all ages.
An approach to empower educators, support caregivers and lead to school readiness for students. We provide tools for educators to use PBS resources to support students in the classroom and parents at home.
A universally-designed project that engages students and crosses various curriculum and grade levels.
Learning occurs everywhere: at home, at school, and in your community.