Educational games, activities, and videos with positive role models and content designed to nurture a child’s total well being.
Panhandle PBS supports children’s entire ecosystems - kids, parents, caregivers and teachers. We are a trusted educational partner for learners ages 2-18+. It is our mission to inspire, entertain, and educate. Let’s learn with these trusted PBS resources and links to help kids succeed in school, in at-home learning, and in life!
Panhandle PBS presents PBS Kids daytime programming on our primary channel and on our 24/7 channel with quality educational content for all, including those without access to reliable Internet services.
See our daily on-air schedule here.
Online and Mobile Resources
In addition to our on-air resources, we've also compiled a selection of online resources to help children, families and educators with their at-home educational journey.
The PBS Kids Video App is a child-safe environment that provides access to thousands of free videos, including full episodes and clips from your favorite PBS Kids shows.
Free text messages sent to your cell phone with easy, practical tips and activities from trusted partners like PBS and Sesame Street.
PBS KIDS is here to help with at-home-learning resources no matter what uncertain situation your family is facing during the 2020-2021 school year.
Parent resources to help you raise kind, curious, and resilient children with tips, activities, games and apps inspired by PBS Kids programs.
Thousands of free, standards-aligned digital resources including videos, lesson plans, interactives and more for teachers and students K-16 to enrich classroom instruction.
Camp TV boosts at home learning with a fun, educational, twice-a-week televised day camp experience on Panhandle PBS.
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) content abounds in Panhandle PBS Kids shows, with Maverick Boys and Girls Club encouraging viewership.
Learn more about local resources and tips for families with content spotlights from Panhandle PBS.