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Children’s Media & Engagement Resources
The future of North Carolina depends upon the cognitive, physical and social-emotional well-being of our children. PBS North Carolina Education connects early learners and their caregivers to educational and developmental resources. Fostering belonging and serving communities through partnerships, access and engagement opportunities create equitable opportunities for all.
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PBS KIDS Video App
Access thousands of free videos, including full episodes and clips from top PBS KIDS series. With this app, kids can watch their favorite PBS KIDS shows anytime, anywhere. Browse and watch videos at home, on the road or anywhere with a mobile or WiFi connection.
New Videos Every Week
New full episodes come out every Friday from your favorite PBS KIDS shows.
PBS KIDS for Parents
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Text CONNECT to 274448 for free parenting resources for your little ones.
Events & Immersive Activities
Celebrate North Carolina's rich history of innovation & deep connection to nature. The Explore NC app encourages learning through interactive games and allows learners of all ages to experience new technologies such as augmented reality.
Explore NC is available for iOS and Android devices at Apple and Google app stores.
Move to Include seeks to elevate the voices and experiences of people with disabilities in telling their own stories. It also provides professional development for educators and families.
Your care and support can make a huge difference in the life of a young child. Sesame Street is here for you with activities and tips for the challenges and joys along the way.
Each weekday from noon to 5 PM, the North Carolina Channel presents one block of educational programs for students sixth through twelfth grade (air times may vary). This programming block features curated programming covering science, math, social studies, English language arts and more.
Watch the program block on the North Carolina Channel or online with our livestream.