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 Get Ready for A Summer Of Adventure with PBS KIDS and LPB!

Countdown to Summer

Let LPB and PBS KIDS help you make plans for a summer of exploration and learning. Download our super summer checklist, bookmark and activity booklet, and check out our tips and ideas for a summer filled with fun learning! You'll never run out of fun learning activities!

Backyard Explorer

Sometimes, all kids need is a simple reason to go out, even into their own backyard or local park to explore. Kids can their very own Park Explorer Kitto explore the backyard or park to look for unexpected treasures along the way.

In a GPS world, where synthesized voices tell us when to turn to get from point A to point B, do kids really need to learn how to read a map? Maps support spatial thinking by helping children visualize where objects, places, cities, and countries are in relation to one another. Read on.

 Fabulous Fathers: Children’s Books for Father’s Day

Dads are great. They fix broken toys, sing silly songs, and open our eyes to the wonders of the world around us. Most of all, they give us lots of love. Celebrate the fabulous fathers in your lifewith this selection of favorite books for kids ages 0-9.

Make Dad’s Day Extra Special with Handmade Goodie Bags

Looking for a unique way to wish dad a happy Father’s Day? How about making him a super secret spy code card! Children practice their math, spelling, and writing to create a coded message for dad to decipher. It’s a totally cool and fun way to tell dad you love him! Learn how.

Just for Kids: WILD KRATTS: Super Summer Marathon

It’s a WILD KRATTS takeover! For the first time ever, PBS KIDS will be creature adventuring all day and all night. The marathon kicks off at 5 PM on LPB KIDS Friday, June 15.

 Grab the Passport to Adventure!

Get ready for a WILD KRATTS adventure during the WILD KRATTS marathon by downloading the WILD KRATTS Adventure Passport. Then, take note of the creatures you see on your very own creature adventures.

LPB hopes you have a wonderful and safe summer! Take care, Nancy Tooraen