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Learning at Home During the COVID-19 Crisis

At-Home Learning - A Michigan Public Media Partnership Detroit Public TV continues to respond to the learning needs of families with children at home as a result of Michigan schools being closed because of the COVID-19 crisis.

Educational Resources

Detroit PBS KIDS builds on the PBS tradition to reach young people in new ways, extend lifelong learning for adults and setting the standard for helping kids become ready to learn. From new parent support through graduation and beyond, Detroit PBS KIDS is a trusted partner and valuable resource for educators, parents and children.

For Parents

Tips, tricks, activities to encourage learning and fun – for all ages!

For Educators

Lesson plans, curriculum guides, and more for educators.

For Families

Join us for one of our virtual events – great for the entire family!

Virtual Field Trips

DIA Virtual Fieldtrip

DIA Virtual Fieldtrip

Learn the science of art conservation. Go behind-the-scenes at the Detroit Institute of Arts with Detroit Public TV Virtual Fieldtrip and go where no one has ever gone before!

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Winged Creatures 360º Virtual Fieldtrip

DPTV, the Detroit Zoological Society, Leslie Science & Nature Center, and the Organization for Bat Conservation explored winged creatures!

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Great Lakes Now Virtual Fieldtrip

Learn more about the importance of coastal wetlands, the danger of algal blooms and a deep dive into lake sturgeon.

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Do you feel angry? I do! Do your children feel angry? There is SO much going on in our world right now that can really produce anger! This message is to help you understand anger a little better as a parent. Once I learned this, I felt better equipped to take on angry behaviors from others. Take a look!

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As a parent, I feel a little helpless. Do you feel like you should do something, but don't know what to do? This is a longer video with some ideas.
To summarize, CONNECTION is what we can do. Our children go through a lot of emotions, as do we. CONNECTION is what we can do. Reach out to people. Spend time with your children. Hug them a little bit more because you can.
One of the other pieces of information that sticks out to me from this content is that anger is a secondary emotion. That means when someone is showing anger, it is usually after feeling sad or fearful. That has helped me when dealing with anger from others, especially my own children. They are displaying anger, but feeling sad or scared deep down.
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The Children's Foundation   InPACT   WK Kellogg Foundation   Kresge   Community Telecommunications Network   the Lauren and Phillip Fisher Fund for Children and Education at DPTV Donald and Mary Kosch Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation Elaine and Leo Stern Foundation Michigan Health Fund  William H Smith & Family    Viewers Like You - Thank You
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