Mississippi Public Broadcasting in partnership with PBS realizes the challenge parents and educators are facing right now with schools closed due to coronavirus.
Let our new MPB At-Home Learning web page help during this time. We are sharing resources to assist you to keep your children and students learning at home.
There are also fun and informative resources for children as well. In addition, MPB Television programming on our main channel will change from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday to educational content for PreK-12 students.
PBS KIDS 24/7 channel remains available for younger viewers.
For most of us, life feels anything but normal right now with the COVID-19 pandemic, schools closed and working from home. But you can create a new normal for your family by having consistent routines.
Children thrive on routines. To little ones, there is so much new in their worlds, their brains and their bodies every day that making things predictable is reassuring. Kids need that reassurance more than ever. ( READ MORE ... )
A few weeks ago, my eight-year-old daughter made a glitter jar for my students: “Tell them that when their brain has a glitter storm, they can shake this up and take deep breaths as the glitter falls.”
We could all use some help settling our glitter right now.
If you are feeling stress about the COVID-19 pandemic, your brain isn’t misfiring. Stress is a normal, healthy biological response to perceived threats and challenges. It’s a response that gets us ready to act — to protect ourselves and our loved ones. ( READ MORE ... )
C Spire is working with Mississippi schools to provide free wireless data access to approved learning websites for Mississippi K-12 students as they continue their studies from home.Read More
Resources to help you teach remotely.