SuperWHY's Comic Book Adventures

There is a science and magic to learning how to read. As parents, we don’t need to be reading pros. We can do simple things to help young children read, like helping them learn letters and sounds by turning to fun books and shows we can trust. The creators of “Super Why’s Comic Book Adventures” know that the more we get the science right, the more we can help kids unlock the magic that comes from reading a good book on their own. Watch with your kids and unlock a new reading resource for your family.

Teach Your Way Early Learning Collection

Teach your way during the 2023-24 school year with this timely collection of flexible PBS KIDS resources, aligned to themes and skills for PreK-2nd grade students. From exploring resources like video clips, interactive games, printables, self-paced professional learning opportunities, classroom posters and more, choose which you will integrate to support your young learners.

Innovator Insights

What drives Nebraska’s innovators, big thinkers, risk takers? How do they think? What influences their ideas? Who have they learned from? We explore this in Innovator Insights, an educational toolkit that empowers students to answer their own What If...?

PBS Digital Studios Collection

Explore these teacher-curated selections from the Digital Studios library. The engaging, educational, and entertaining short videos will grab students’ attention, provide an entry point or supplement to exploring featured topics, and inspire your students.


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