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ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES FROM PUBLIC TELEVISION

 

Teachers from coast to coast utilize PBS programs and resources in their classrooms. The following Web sites can help you develop dynamic lessons, integrate technology into your classrooms, increase your students' achievement, and save time.


PEEP and the Big Wide World

Ages 3-6

Celebrate the curiosity and adventure of young children with simple science exploration.

http://peepandthebigwideworld.org

Curious George

Ages 3-6

Discover science, engineering, and math in the world around us.

http://pbskids.org/curiousgeorge/

Fetch with Ruff Ruffman

Ages 6-10

Put problem-solving skills to the test to tackle science challenges inspired by the ones seen on the show.

http://pbskidsgo.org/fetch

Cyber Chase

Ages 8-11

Support STEM education with over 40 interactive math games for kids and a wealth of multimedia resources for parents and teachers.

http://pbskidsgo.org/cyberchase

Dragon Fly TV

Ages 8-12

Get the 411 on inquiry-based science projects featuring real kids doing real science!

http://pbskids.org/dragonflytv

Design Squad

Ages 9-13

Unleash your kids' ingenuity and get them thinking like engineers through hands-on activities.

http://pbskidsgo.org/designsquad

Meet the Greens

Ages 9-12

Investigate environmental issues and take action to protect the planet.

http://meetthegreens.pbskids.org

Engineer your Life

Ages 14-18

Meet inspiring women engineers who make a real difference in the world. Find out if engineering might be your dream job.

http://engineeryourlife.org

Teachers' Domain

Educators

Use this media-rich library of teaching resources to make concepts come alive in engaging and interactive ways.

http://teachersdomain.org

NOVA Science

Ages 11 and up

Find out the latest research and meet intriguing personalities in science and technology.

http://pbs.org/nova/sciencenow

NOVA

Ages 11 and up

Dig deep into science topics with classroom-ready resources from the most-watched science television series on PBS.

http://pbs.org/nova


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