Over 13 million children in the United States live in a "food insecure" home.
Teach students about the life cycle of a star, different types of celestial objects and their properties, and where black holes come from!
Did you know that an estimated 20 million Americans participated in the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970?
Stores are about communication! Recognize D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read) Month with this Crash Course lesson, in which John Green asks: “Why do we read? What's the point of reading critically?”
Looking for Summer Reading ideas for kids? 'The Diary of Anne Frank' is an ideal choice.
Did you know that when Columbus first saw manatees, he thought they were mermaids?
Find out with a little help from the Science U team in this activity from Penn State and WPSU!
Join WMHT, Albany Barn, the Albany Public Library, and the City of Albany for Stories and Art in the Park this summer!
Buckle up for an all-new DANIEL TIGER'S NEIGHBORHOOD one-hour special when “Tiger Family Trip” premieres Monday, May 8, on WMHT PBS Kids.
Watch March 2017 on WMHT-TV | Join America’s favorite monkey for a PBS KIDS Curious George special.
This simple experiment with oil and water will introduce the concept of polarity and density to your child. The post...
When an acid comes into contact with baking soda, a chemical reaction occurs and carbon dioxide is formed. This...