How does a solar eclipse occur? Learn more about this phenomena! 

Register for the webinar that highlights the release of a new feature- the ability to create your own class roster! 

Explore a lesson plan that asks students to analyze the consequences of fake news and build skills needed to question and verify what they view online.

On August 18th, 1920 the 19th amendment to the constitution was ratified giving women the right to vote. Learn more about suffragists like Alice Paul, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and other women of the Progressive Era.

PBS LearningMedia: PBS LearningMedia New York Edition

  • Good to Know

    These videos explain math topics taught in PK-Grade 4 Common Core curricula.

  • About PBS LearningMedia New York

    New York State's nine public television stations produce PBS LearningMedia classroom content, offer outreach programming to schools, provide professional development for teachers, and host educational family events. Contact your local PBS station to learn more!







  • Kids in Motion

    Get your K-5 students moving with this collection of videos from WSKG.

News from PBS LearningMedia

  • PBS Teachers' Lounge Blogs

    Looking for teaching inspiration? Explore blogs written by teachers like you in the PBS Teachers' Lounge. 

  • Productivity Tools for Teachers

    The Puzzle Builder, Quiz Maker, and Storyboard tools make it easy to personalize learning.

  • Professional Development Courses

    Give your career a BOOST with an online, graduate-level course from PBS TeacherLine. Check out the course catalog!

  • PBS Digital Innovators

    Calling all classroom changemakers: Are you a PBS Digital Innovator? Learn who the PBS Digital Innovator class of 2017 are and more about the community!