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Twin Cities PBS Brings the Classroom Home

March 19, 2020


Schools are off-limits across the state which means that kids are stuck at home and many parents and caregivers have suddenly found themselves taking on the added role of educator in ways that they may not be accustomed to. Fortunately, TPT has free resources and activities that can make your job easier! Go to for a more comprehensive list for students at all grade levels.

Twin Cities PBS is here to provide you with the support you need as you face the growing challenge of keeping your kids active, healthy, connected, and on track for success. We understand how important it is for your children to continue to build valuable skills in reading, math, science, and more outside of the classroom. Map out your daily schedule with educational resources from America’s most trusted source.

Be among the first to find out about updates from TPT and PBS Kids, be sure to do the following:


For a more comprehensive list of resources, go to


TPT PBS Kids 24/7 Channel is always available
Smart, safe, and entertaining TV that parents trust and kids love – anytime!  Every day, thousands of Minnesota families turn to TPT for educational programming on air and online. With the TPT PBS Kids 24/7 channel, your children can watch from home on any device at any time, and you can feel confident that your children are watching a trusted source.
Find out where to watch free over the air. Or stream with the PBS Kids Video app.


Learn and have fun
Find games, activities and videos for pre-school through grade 2 at or the PBS Kids apps. And, visit PBS Kids for Parents for articles, tips, advice and family-friendly activities and recipes.


Free teaching resources on PBS LearningMedia
Learning and teaching at home can seem overwhelming at first. You’ll find free, interactive, standards-aligned videos, lesson plans, interactive tools, and activities at! From Pre-K to High School, social studies to language arts to engineering, PBS has curated lots of resources. Here’s a great place to start.

We are committed to curating the best research-driven, curriculum-based content from our nation’s most trusted resources. We’ll continue to add to this list, but here are some top picks to get you on your way.


What would you like to see more of? Let us know what is most useful to you.  Fill out the form below to share your ideas and tell us how we can make your experience a little bit easier.

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