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2019 Rochester Teen Film Festival Playlist

Check out the films honored in the 2019 Rochester Teen Film Festival!

Scavenger Hunts

Summertime means more outside time! Here are some scavenger hunts from your favorite PBS KIDS friends to do while you're out and about!

Curious George: Extended Learning Resources

Curious George inspires children to explore science, engineering, and math, and be curious about the world around them.

Culinary Arts: Cooking, Baking, & Kitchen Science

WXXI Education has pulled together recipes, baking series, kitchen science activities, and more!

Resources for Young Children on Race, Racism, and more

WXXI Education staff collected the following resources to support families and educators of young children as they talk, watch, read, and learn about race and racism.

Resources on Race, Racism, Civil Rights, Current Events, and more

WXXI Education staff collected resources from PBS LearningMedia to support educators and families while discussing the following topics: race, racism, protesting, civil rights, Black history and historical individuals, bias, past and current events, and more. 

Bright By Text: Get the latest information for raising kids 0-8 years old

Mon, 09/07/2020 - 7:10am

Parents and caregivers can join Bright by Text to get custom age specific texts for  their child (0-8 years old) due to WXXI's partnership with Bright by Text, a national parent texting program, to put expert tips, games and child development information directly into the hands of parents and caregivers. 

Take a Family Break

Sometimes you need to take a quick break to help calm down and give your brain an opportunity to reset. That's exactly what WXXI's Family Breaks are!

Asian Americans PBS LearningMedia Collection

PBS LearningMedia has a wide range of learning resources for students in grades 7-12th grade, focused on Asian and Pacific Islander American Heritage and PBS's Asian American series including the full Asian Americans series

Meet the Helpers

Research has shown that introducing children to community helpers in a safe and fun environment can help them react better during times of crisis.

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