Check out these PBS Resources to help support educators and parents as they discuss topics such as race, protests, and bias with their students and children.
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Discover our latest Bytes & Books with activities you can do together! This week it's all about bugs!
Being thankful neighbors brings our community closer. In this special virtual edition of Bytes & Books, we read a digital book from Sesame Street in Communities, co-viewed an episode clip of Clifford the Big Red Dog, and we worked on a fun activity to send thank-you cards to our local community helpers. Plus we danced...
While we're practicing social distancing, don't forget to go outside and connect with nature. Our staff put together a great list of outdoor activities to keep the learning going and get some sunshine.
Full-week printable schedules for the weeks of March 30 and April 6.
While we are all doing more at home, some things might be more challenging in an apartment setting. Our team put together ideas for apartment dwellers living with children.
“I’ve understood that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will always remember how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou. Hi! I’m Alexa and I’m a new intern of WFSU Public Media. I am a proud Seminole double majoring in Media Communications and Family and Child Sciences, pursuing a...
Meet WFSU’s New Education and Engagement Coordinator, Haley Babcock!
The education team has compiled a list of online resources that will help you to communicate with your ...