Monthly Activities for Pre-K to K

May 2022

May is National Inventors Month and Asian American and Pacific Islanders Month. PBS is celebrating Exploring the Outdoors and Sharing Your Creativity. Explore these PBS LearningMedia resources on these topics to incorporate into your classroom or home:

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Art: Bubble Prints

Bubble Prints is a hands-on science and art exploration for young children and their teachers, parents or caregivers.

Suggested for Grades 9 to 12

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English Language Arts: We Are Water Protectors

Read Carole Lindstrom’s We Are Water Protectors with Claire Fleitz from NYC Children’s Theater. This book is inspired by indigenous-led movements to safeguard Earth’s water.

Suggested for Grades 9 to 12

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Health & PE: Exercise For A Healthy Me

In this short video Miss Kelsey encourages kids to go outside and exercise. Keeping our body healthy provides energy and is a great way to love ourselves. Get your kids excited to go outside and exercise!

Suggested for Grades 9 to 12

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Math: That’s A Pattern

In this interactive, children are asked to complete a series of six simple, random patterns by choosing the missing image. The player can pick between four themes: space, polar animals, insects and flowers, and dinosaurs. This interactive is available in both English and Spanish. Launch the game to choose your language and play.

Suggested for Grades 9 to 12

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Science: Paws For A Minute

This collection of one-minute videos features a range of animals housed at the Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence, Rhode Island. Each video profiles a specific animal, and demonstrates a number of physical and adaptive features and behaviors.

Suggested for Grades 9 to 12

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Social Studies: Meet The Species!

In this Dinosaur Train clip, the Pteranodon kids and their friends, the “junior conductors,” travel to the Cretaceous, Jurassic, and Triassic Periods in one day.

Suggested for Grades 9 to 12

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