Lakeland PBS Kids
Our Lakeland PBS Kids portal has educational games, videos and projects from Curious George, Wild Kratts and other PBS KIDS shows!
PBS KIDS is committed to making a positive impact on the lives of children through curriculum-based entertainment with positive role models and content designed to nurture a child’s total well-being.
With a 360-degree approach towards learning and reaching children, Lakeland PBS Kids leverages the full spectrum of media and technology to build knowledge, critical thinking, imagination and curiosity. Lakeland PBS Kids encourages children to interact as respectful citizens in a diverse society. By involving parents, teachers, caregivers and communities as learning partners, Lakeland PBS Kids helps to empower children for success in school and in life. PBS’ bottom line is measured by how much it contributes to the welfare of America’s children.
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Our PBS LearningMedia™ portal is your destination for direct access to thousands of classroom-ready, curriculum-targeted digital resources. PBS LearningMedia builds on the strength of public media and is designed to improve teacher effectiveness and student achievement. Resources are aligned to Common Core and national standards and include videos and interactives, as well as audio, documents, and in-depth lesson plans.
You can browse by standards, grade level, subject area, and special collections. You can also favorite and share resources with your class and colleagues. Best of all, PBS LearningMedia’s basic service is free for PreK-12 educators.
Visit the PBS LearningMedia Website
Legacy Educator Lesson Plans
These Educator Lesson Plans are developed based on Lakeland’s Legacy funded productions and can be utilized free of charge by educators in their classroom settings.
Check out our Lesson Plans | Learn more about the Legacy Amendment
Next Avenue provides resources for adults over 50 with the aim to create a new life stage that lies somewhere between young adulthood and “old-old” adulthood. This stage doesn’t have a name. They call it Adult Part 2.
You’re aware that many years of life lie ahead of you and, very likely, you have a different set of expectations for these “bonus years” than you had for earlier adulthood. You sense that you can somehow apply your knowledge and experiences in a meaningful way. Yet you may not know exactly how to achieve this new vision or see all the many possibilities available to you as you navigate the physical, health, work, and financial shifts that inevitably accompany this phase.
Enter Next Avenue: a group of public television people and journalists who, for the most part, are experiencing the very same things you are.