We've gathered a multimedia treasure trove of educational (and entertaining!) learn-at-home resources for students, families and educators. Subscribe to our weekly Learn At Home newsletter for fresh ideas and content every week.
Connecticut Public is participating in the CT Learning Hub with the Connecticut Department of Education to provide educational resources and content to supplement the work of Connecticut’s local school districts.
Teaching Children About Plastic Pollution
Each week, we pack up a selection of brain-healthy "Learning Snacks" to satisfy your curiosity. This week, we're learning about plastic pollution: what it is, why it happens, and what we can do to help.
Is Your Fleece Jacket Polluting the Oceans?
Find out what we can do about microfiber pollution in this week's Above the Noise video.
Breakthroughs: Ideas That Changed the World - The Telescope
From WORLD At-Home: Meet the brilliant minds throughout history, from Galileo to Edwin Hubble, responsible for the groundbreaking invention. Watch on CPTV Create.
This Week's Question
Thinkalong introduces topical reports from NPR, PBS and public media stations to help students think critically about media, develop informed opinions, and practice respectful, civil discourse.
At-Home Learning Programs Now on CPTV Create Channel
Connecticut Public is supporting distance learning for students in grades 6-12 by offering WORLD At-Home Learning on CPTV Create.
WORLD At-Home Learning offers educational programming Monday through Friday from noon to 5 p.m. Tune in to CPTV Create for programs on science, history and English language arts, plus find out about related learning resources from PBS LearningMedia, a free online service of thousands of educational resources.
- DOWNLOAD THIS WEEK'S AT-HOME LEARNING PROGRAM LINEUP
- Here's how to find CPTV Create on your cable channel.
- View the full CPTV Create schedule, including the At-Home Learning lineup, here.
CPTV Kids Content & Games Available on TV, Online and on Mobile
CPTV broadcasts 11 1/2 hours of high-quality, trusted PBS Kids programs every Monday through Friday, as well as from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Saturdays and 6:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. Sundays. See the full CPTV Kids broadcast schedule here.
CPTV PBS Kids 24/7 on the Web and on Your Mobile Device
We bring you round-the-clock streaming live TV and interactive games online and on your mobile devices with the Connecticut Public Mobile App. Download it at Apple App Store or on Google Play.
Thinkalong - Current Events for the Curious Classroom (And Beyond!)
Using trusted source materials from PBS, NPR and local public media stations, Thinkalong is a free, interactive program that helps middle school students think critically about current topics in the media, develop informed opinions and practice respectful, civil discourse. Browse topics and get started.