March 27 | Programming and Activities | Grades Pre-K–3rd
Today we explore the outdoors and go on archaeological digs with our programs, activities, videos and games for Pre-K–3rd grade.
At-Home Learning: PBS SoCal and KCET, in partnership with LAUSD and in collaboration with California PBS stations, are offering broadcast programming with digital resources that adhere to California’s state curriculum. Download this week’s schedule.
Wild Kratts: The Amazing Creature Race Friday at 5:00 a.m. PST on KLCS What are the differneces between a crocodile and an alligator? This question turns the Creature Quiz challenge into a Crocogator contest!
Nature Cat: Cave Conundrum/Daisy’s Colossal Fossil Friday at 7:30 a.m. PST on PBS SoCal While digging in her garden, Daisy unearths a giant fossil, which belonged to a Wooly Mammoth! Wondering about what life was like back then leads Daisy’s imagination to take over as she and her pals go back to explore prehistoric times!
Dinosaur Train: Don’s Hole-Iday/We’re Not All Dinosaurs Friday at 12:00 a.m. PST on PBS SoCal Speaking of digging, Don is disappointed when he’s told he can’t dig anymore holes around the nest. Also, the Pteranodon kids meet a new, small mammal friend who helps them realize something huge — not all Mesozoic creatures are dinosaurs!di
ACTIVITY PLAN: Wild Kratts – Animals and their Habitats
The evil inventor Zach Varmitech has captured five baby animals and hidden them away in the forest! During this adventure (which could be split over the weekend), children will help find the animals, while learning about habitats and using their math skills (addition, subtraction, measurement, fractions, mapping, and sorting) to set them free. The plan includes videos, online games, mobile apps, hands-on activities and book suggestions.
LIVE CAM: Big Bear Bald Eagle Nest
Are your children itching to explore the outdoors after watching today’s episodes about nature but the weather (or working from home) doesn’t allow it? Tune into this bald eagle live cam with them to hear the sounds and see the sights of Big Bear, California from an eagle’s nest viewpoint.