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Free PBS KIDS Digital Boxes for Early Learning Educators

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The PBS KIDS Digital Box is designed for early childhood educators to easily implement into their classroom. Each PBS KIDS Digital Box contains a curriculum-based lesson plan from PBS LearningMedia, links to related PBS KIDS video clips, instructions and resources for an associated hands-on classroom activity, teaching tips to help educators make the most of the experience, a subject-based media and technology resource guide, and take-home activities to help students practice skills at home with parents or caregivers. The boxes cover a broad range of topics from STEM to Social and Emotional learning.

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Five Out-of-the-Box Math Activities You Can Do with Cereal Boxes

Kids love chowing down on cereal, leaving many households swimming in empty cereal boxes. But there’s no need for those boxes to head to the recycling pile immediately! Try repurposing them to use in these five easy activities that also help boost math skills.
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Family Math Activity: Counting with Fishes

In this hands-on craft activity, children will practice counting from one to 10 using colorful fishes.
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Three Outdoor Activities for Kids to Practice Sorting and Creating Sets with Nature

Things from nature like pinecones, sticks, leaves, flowers, rocks, shells and acorns are just waiting to be used to develop kids' math skills. Here are three simple ways you can use them to tap into your child’s mathematical thinking outdoors.