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PBS Learning Media

Visit PBS Learning Media to gain access to abundant resources to support your children from preschool through high school. The site is easily searchable by grade level or subject. You will find amazing videos, interactive lessons, and printable activities on every topic imaginable from social-emotional development, school subjects (i.e., English Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies), World Languages, and more. Help your children expand their knowledge and motivate them to learn more through these curated resources available through the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). (NOTE: This review  pertains to the web site as a whole, not individual content posted there.)

Grade Level: Pre-K through Grade 12

Age Level: Ages 3-18


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How to Talk to your child about Covid-19

This is a challenging time for children as they try to navigate the changes in their lives brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Below are some resources that parents may find helpful including a resource designed for parents of children with autism to help their child adjust to changes and new routines.


If you are interested in reading an article about how to talk to your child or adolescent about COVID-19, click on one of the articles below:

Coronavirus (COVID-19):  How to Talk to Your Child Dr. Jennifer Shroff Pendley with KidsHealth-Nemours (en español

Sesame Street:  Caring for Eachother COVID Resources

Sesame Street and Autism:  Coping with COVID-19: A “For-Now” Normal


For Parents: You can also watch a series of brief videos on helping children adjust to COVID-19 developed by the Child Mind Institute.  A good place to start is with a video  that discusses how to talk to children about information regarding COVID-19 in a way that is appropriate for their age. 

For Children: Sesame Street is providing useful videos for young children including a video about practicing social distancing and another video about doing a virtual dance party with friends.  

PBS also has helpful videos about COVID for young children Pre K-3rd grade

For elementary school-age children, the BrainPop video that describes COVID-19 can be helpful.

If you would like to read a book to your child about COVID click on one of the books below:
The Unwanted Stranger provided by Pangea Publishing
Together, We Can! by Kerrie RH Farkas