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Education is one of the pillars that East Tennessee PBS relies on to achieve our mission and vision. Through the expansive range of programming, events, and opportunities, we strive to expand the minds of kids and adults alike. 

We air the most trusted, award winning, educational programming for early learners, programming to support school-age children, and programs to expand horizons, knowledge, and skills of all. East Tennessee PBS also provides free resources for parents and educators, across a wide range of topics at all grade levels and learning styles. 

New PBS KIDS Programming This Month on East Tennessee PBS!

Celebrate the Outdoors with PBSKids! 
 

PBS KIDS continues its celebration of exploring the outdoors and enjoying all things green with a lineup of new episodes from favorites such as "Nature Cat," "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood," "Alma's Way," and "Let's Go Luna." Plus you can watch favorites from "Elinor Wonders Why!" Each story will nurture kids’ curiosity about the natural world and inspire outdoor fun.

More Free Resources for Parents & Teachers!

When Something Scary Happens

When something difficult or unexpected happens, kids may experience many different feelings. Here are emergency kits, video clips and activities to help families cope in challenging times.

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Reading opens doors of opportunity and possibility, and children can practice becoming strong readers both in the classroom and at home. That is why the Tennessee Department of Education is providing the At-Home Decodable Reading Series to Tennessee families with kindergarten, 1st and 2nd graders for free.

Each packet has 7 decodable booklets containing more than 20 fun and engaging stories that are appropriate for your student's grade-level and full of sounds and words to practice reading together.