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

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In-home Learning

Detroit PBS KIDS Education team is curating in-home lessons for Pre-K through 12th grade during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sign-up for the newsletter, view each resource by day.

PBS LearningMedia

Your direct access to thousands of classroom-ready, curriculum-targeted digital resources.

Digital Adventure: Virtual Field Trips

Go behind-the-scenes at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Venture into the Penguin habitat at The Detroit Zoo, and glide along the Metzger Marsh in Ohio.  Our Virtual Field Trips take you where no one has ever gone before!

PBS TeacherLine

Flexible, online professional development for PreK-12 educators.

PBS KIDS Interactive Whiteboard Games

Students will enjoy participating in these collaborative, fun and engaging experiences, while exploring curriculum from trusted programs such as Curious George, Super Why & Arthur.

PBS KIDS Games

Play free learning games with your favorite PBS KIDS characters anytime, anywhere. PBS KIDS Games features top shows, including Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Wild Kratts, Super Why,

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Join us to examine the new policies that impact early childhood field during Covid-19. Also, learn strategies to strengthen relationships with elected officials at the Federal, State and Local levels. Panelists include experts from Hope Starts Here Detroit, Focus: HOPE, The Policy Equity Group, and Michigan.gov.

Visit toolsforhopedetroit.org/ to register.
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As we have food Desert in the city of Detroit we have child care deserts as well. W hat can be done to increase the number of child care businesses that may be strggling to survive as well as those attempting to start? this is crucial to improving the economy.

Hello! Welcome to this evenings Tools For Hope! You can put questions in the chat and we will address them at the end of our session! Glad you could join us!

Meet our next Early Learning Champion, Felecia! Check out her story here:) Thank you Felecia for being a champion for the families that you serve and love on! ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations Felecia ♥️I absolutely love the back pack project!

Carissa Orr — please make sure to share on our Wayne RESA page so our entire GSRP field can celebrate along with Felecia & DPSCD!

Have you checked out our Beta? More coming on Jan. 4 when we add a brand new channel! Teachers and families, we are here to partner with you to reach students! ... See MoreSee Less

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Detroit PBS KIDS is brought to you by:

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  United Auto Workers (UAW)  Viewers Like You - Thank You
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