PBS KIDS Lab website offers new resources to help children build math skills

Did you know that The Public Broadcasting System has expanded its PBS KIDS Lab website, which offers more than 50 cross-platform games designed to help children ages 2-8 develop their math skills, by adding new features to support caregivers and teachers.

These additions include bilingual translations of parental instructions, math tips for families and teachers to use in their daily activities, and a new blog series with content related to children and media. PBS and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting are partners on the project, which is part of the federally funded Ready To Learn Initiative.

Available free of charge, PBS KIDS Lab offers interactive math content centered on PBS KIDS television shows and characters. It aggregates games by age and skill area, so parents and teachers can search for the games that will be the best fit for their kids. The site also helps parents and teachers learn how the games support learning by providing information about the games’ curriculum-based content.

Check it out and share with your parents.

Thanks in part to eclassroom news for this update.
Post by Dani Hall



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