Just in time for summer, PBS KIDS for Parents has a new look! The new site features a variety of material including age-by-age parenting tips, hands-on activities and games. PBS KIDS for Parents is full of activities and resources to help children play and thrive and covers topics ranging from emotions & self-awareness to social skills and character, literacy, math and science. With a show by show break down, parents and caregivers can even tailor t heir experience to feature their childrens’ favorite characters!
Looking for resources to boost learning (and fun) this summer with your children? A special summer feature on the site is Camp PBS KIDS, your go-to guide for making this season a summer full of creativity and fun!
With Camp PBS, parents and caregivers can learn how to beat the summer brain drain, read articles from experts or use printable handouts, worksheets, games and apps from favorite shows such as Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood and Sesame Street.
For hands-on activities, using Camp PBS KIDS’ Super Summer Bucket List, families can dive into summer mode with helpful suggestions for outdoor activities including hiking, playing in the park, or building a fort. Other suggestions include snack recommendations and ideas for rainy days such as learning a song by heart.
Here are some of our favorite resources from PBS KIDS for Parents:
Camp PBS KIDS Summer Fun:
Hands-On Activities for your little ones:
Articles for Parents and Caregivers: