Building puzzles helps to build skills for people young and old. Did you know that the work that WFSU does in communities also encourages skill-building using media and games? Similar to the skills gained by doing a puzzle with a friend, WFSU works to lift up children's learning through supportive adult interaction. Read on to find out more.
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WFSU Public Media offers great content for kids, but did you know we have resources for teachers as well? Find out more about our free professional development opportunities.
What tastes like fall? Well, soups, of course! Go straight to the utmost expert on soups. Take a trip through the PBS time portal with WFSU.
Looking for some quality family time away from the hustle and bustle? Check out our pick of Tallahassee's top parks.
Learning about music has changed throughout the years. With today's multimedia resources, teaching about music has become easier than ever. WFSU has partnered with the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra to create video and teaching resources for elementary-aged children. Read on to learn more.
The Information Age is a double-edged sword. While we have access to more information than ever, with that comes exposure to misinformation. Holocaust distortion and denial are not only dangerous for the Jewish community, but also a danger to the fabric of society. Find resources to teach your students the truth about the holocaust.