At the event, you'll meet TPT staffer KaMia (pictured below), who will guide you through some fun activities, like making a bubble wand! Gather the materials listed below to watch and participate with your kiddos during the event! Read More
To support independent filmmakers in the creation of nonfiction films that will push Minnesotans to question, understand, and be inspired by the events of 2020, Twin Cities PBS has created The 2020 Project. Read More
Ken Burns and his collaborators have been creating historical documentary films for more than forty years. Known for a signature style that brings primary source documents, images, and archival video footage to life on screen, these films present the opportunity to pose thought-provoking questions, and introduce new ideas and perspectives. Read More
Twin Cities PBS is introducing 'TPT Learn' as schools and families prepare to enter the new school year in the midst of pandemic. Read More
Is your favorite camp closed this summer? We’ve got you covered! Below are some ways that you can create an exciting, educational, and entertaining DIY camp experience- right in your own backyard! Read More
TPT Passport is constantly adding new shows to make sure our members have access to high-quality content on demand.
Get a first look at new programs below and a list of shows that are leaving soon.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, things are odd (to say the least). One notable difference this summer is obvious.
TPT has compiled some ready-to-watch sports programs to help you feel like things are the way they were - if just for a moment. Read More
As June wraps up, here’s what you need to know about new and retiring shows on TPT Passport. Happy Viewing! Read More
Summer is the perfect time to encourage children to observe wildlife- whether it’s in a wild, wooded place, in your own backyard, or even online! Read More
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