We’ve expanded our kids TV lineup

With schools closed, WHYY is bringing the classroom home with free resources for students, parents and teachers! On this page you will find fun and educational material for students of all ages to support their at home learning experience. We have expanded our PBS kids programming and curated our Y2 Channel with content that directly meets the Common Core Standards for what students grades k-12 would be learning if they were still in the classroom.

Check out our TV Schedule and visit the grade pages below for access to educational shows and links to lesson plans on PBS Learning Media.

You will also find interactive Learning Shorts created by local educators and resources for parents to help their children stay engaged.

Programs for kids of all ages

For Grades 3-5

For Grades 6-8

For Grades 9-12

middle school science teacher Brianna Barkus introduces us to the many caterpillars in a local Delaware garden
For Students

Butterflies with Ms. Barkus

Delaware middle school science teacher Brianna Barkus introduces us to the many caterpillars in a local Delaware garden.

1 year ago

Biodiversity in the Delaware Bay
For Students

Biodiversity in the Delaware Bay

Delaware middle school science teacher Brianna Barkus takes us to the Delaware Bay to show us the many organisms that call this area home.

1 year ago

Educating Voters using Vote411
For Students

Educating Voters using Vote411

Getting ready to cast your first ballot this year? Delaware educator Ms. Wells walks us through how to use the website Vote411.org.

1 year ago

Student life during the pandemic
For Students

Students of COVID-19

Maizy Mennuti, junior at Haddon Township High School in NJ, checked in on how students from their school are handling the current shutdown.

1 year ago

Gabriel Perez Setright teaches Spanish vocabulary useful to the pandemic
For Students

Spanish for COVID-19

Join WHYY Media Lab instructor Gabriel Perez Setright as they walk us through a Spanish lesson of vocabulary words that are useful to know during the COVID-19 pandemic.

1 year ago