At-Home Learning Resources During the COVID-19 PandemicAt-Home Learning Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic
To support students, teachers and parents in navigating the new learning landscape, KQED is offering at-home learning resources for all children and youth in California and beyond. These resources include a new educational television schedule on KQED Plus in the Bay Area as well as free, online learning media and activities for use outside the classroom. These At-Home Learning educational resources are made possible through an unprecedented collaboration between KQED in Northern California and PBS SoCal/KCET in Southern California.
Summer Learning Resources for Parents and Caregivers
Here are some ways to keep your children engaged at home.
- See KQED Plus TV schedule and get tune-in information for KQED TV.
- These hands-on-activities, apps and videos for PreK-2 support literacy development and allow families to explore science in their everyday lives. Activities are available in English and Spanish (from PBS KIDS).
- Sign up for the PBS KIDS for Parents daily newsletter for tips, tools and support while children are home this summer
- Blog series with video playlists and activity ideas for older children
Explore the Nature Around You
Explore Dance, Place and Culture
Resources for Educators in PreK-12
Going back to school in fall 2020 will look different. Whether your school will have classes online or on campus or take a blended approach, our free professional learning courses and lesson plan resources will help you adapt to the new teaching landscape.
- Explore all teacher resources here: How Teachers Can Navigate School Closures Due to the Coronavirus
- Stay up to date. Sign up for the KQED Education newsletter.
Educational Programming on KQED Public Television
KQED is broadcasting additional educational television programming, developed with PBS SoCal/KCET. This TV schedule is intended to help provide equitable access to learning throughout the summer. This special summer educational programming runs from June 15 to August 28 on KQED 9, KQED Plus and KQED World. See daily schedules for all KQED TV channels and get information on how to tune in. Summer programming is time blocked for different ages and grade levels.
- TK-3rd grade: weekdays from 6am - 2:30pm on KQED 9 and our PBS KIDS channel every day, all day
- 4th-8th grade: weekdays from noon - 3pm on KQED Plus
- 6-12th grade: weekdays 9am - 2pm on KQED World
- 9th-12th grade: weekdays from 3pm - 6pm on KQED Plus
Get the latest coronavirus information from KQED News.