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Bring the World to Your Classroom

WYES and PBS have curated FREE, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans and more for teachers like you.

PBS is committed to supporting the entire ecosystem in which children learn, which relies on their parents, caregivers and teachers — as well as local organizations that support education, including PBS member stations. This community-based approach is grounded in research that shows that when the adults in their lives are engaged, kids’ learning outcomes improve.

Our mission is to use the power of media to open worlds of possibilities for all children, so that every child can reach their full potential in school — and in life.

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Questions or comments? Contact WYES Outreach Manager Monica Turner at mturner@wyes.org.

As some schools move back into virtual learning, don’t forget:
 

Learn at Home Resources on PBS LearningMedia.

The PBS Teach Your Way Calendar for January is available on

 PBS LearningMedia 

And, check out the latest articles on

PBS KIDS for Parents pbs.org/parents

PBS KIDS Games to Play Together as a Family

Playing games together — whether they are digital games, board games, or party games — are a great way to spend quality time together as a family. No matter what games you play, this time interacting together can help contribute to all sort of positive outcomes for children.

Marian Anderson

AMERICAN MASTERS  "Marian Anderson: The Whole World in Her Hands"explores the life, career, art and legacy of the African American contralto and civil rights pioneer in her own words using archival interview recordings. Marian Anderson’s singing and speaking voice are heard throughout the documentary, providing new understanding of the woman behind the music.

The documentary premieres nationwide Tuesday, February 8 at 9pm ET on PBS (check local listings), pbs.org/americanmasters and the PBS Video app in honor of Black History Month and Anderson’s 125th birthday (February 27, 1897).

WYES-TV will air the program on Tuesday, February 8 at 8pm.  You can also watch online at https://www.wyes.org/live/ and on the WYES and PBS apps.