Whether it’s giving children their first glimpse of the world beyond their backyard, working to improve literacy, or engaging kids in math, science, engineering, or personal health, WGBH’s cross-media teaching tools help educators and parents guide kids of all ages as they make exciting discoveries, learn important skills, and explore the world around them –– all while having fun.
Design Squad has everything you need to bring engineering to life for middle school kids. Resources include full streamed episodes, profiles of engineers, activity guides, a self-guided online training tool, and online games.
Find all the tools you need, including classroom activities, TV program descriptions, related Nova resources, and interactives for students, at Nova Teachers.
The Frontline Teacher Center offers lesson plans and activities to accompany Frontline documentaries in the classroom.
Find teacher's guides and activity ideas to accompany Nova ScienceNow before and after viewing, plus other useful resources, including science cafés, science news, and research projects.
Search or browse more than 1,500 features in the American Experience Teachers Area — including timelines, primary sources, teacher guides, maps, galleries, interactives, and video — to find history, civics, and other social studies resources for your classroom.
Between the Lions offers literacy resources — activities, quick tips, recommended books, and curriculum materials — for you to share with your emerging reader.
Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman offers activity guides, real-world projects to extend the teaching of the series, recommended books, and more to parents and teachers.
Find recommended books, classroom materials, and activities for parents and children to explore together at home from Curious George.
Visit Martha Speaks for activities that adults can do with a kid or group of kids — simple ways to use Martha's favorite words in everyday life.
Peep and the Big Wide World offers an Explorers Guide designed for early-childhood classrooms, plus anywhere activities, recommended books, and other resources.