WVPB Education
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

THANK YOU, OMU! read by the staff of West Virginia Public Broadcasting

As part of Jumpstart’s Read for the Record program WVPB's staff read this year's book, Thank You, Omu!
The program brings together millions of adults and children around the world each year to read the same book on the same day in order to raise awareness about the critical importance of early literacy.

Kids
Resources for Parents, Care Givers, and Educators
Inquire Within

WVPB is partnering with public libraries around the state to bring exciting PBS educational content to the community. Check out the calendar for community activities.

PBS LearningMedia

Provides free, direct access to thousands of classroom-ready, curriculum-targeted digital resources. Browse by standards, grade level, and subject area. Resources grades PreK-12.

PBS Kids for Parents

Learn with PBS Kids for Parents. Find activities, parenting tips, and games from your child's favorite PBS Kids shows.

Sesame Street in Communities

Provides resources, strategies, and support for parents and community providers. Sesame in Communities gives adults tools to talk about big issues in little peoples lives.

Sesame Street In Communities

Lending a Hand

Children struggling with the effects of their parents’ addiction need the support of safe friends, family members, and other children dealing with the same problem.

Sesame Street in Communities brings free video content of everyone's favorite, furry Muppet friends as they help children and the adults in their lives reach their highest potential. Grover and the gang will tackle a variety of topics

Read The Winning Stories
Students with Super Why
SUPER Day at Marshall University, Oct. 2019.
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