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Learn at Home with MontanaPBS

MontanaPBS will dedicate its daytime weekday schedule to Montana state standards-aligned educational programming provided by MontanaPBS and the Office of Public Instruction. The 6:30am to 5:30pm weekday schedule includes specific blocks of time for pre-K through 8th grade levels and covers subjects including language arts, social studies, science and math. MontanaPBS’ regular primetime schedule is not affected by this change.

If you have questions about taking your class online or want to learn more about specific resources, please contact our education team:

  • Nikki Vradenburg | Director of Education | nikki@montanapbs.org
  • Deanna Mydland | Early Learning Specialist | deanna@montanapbs.org

Did you know you can stream MontanaPBS online? Click below to view our livestream and have instant access to our broadcast curriculum-based programming.

Updated Weekly Schedules

Curriculum Resources

Watch Learn at Home programs on air and online! These videos were hand-picked by our Education team. Enjoy the video below and then click the buttons to explore FREE digital teaching resources on PBS LearningMedia. Reach out to our Education team for help using Learn at Home programming in your classroom!

Indian Relay

Indian Relay

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Follow teams from different American Indian communities as they prepare for Indian Relay

PBS KIDS

PBS LEARNING MEDIA | Martin Luther King Jr. Day | PBS KIDS

The third Monday of January is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a day where, in celebration of the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., people are encouraged to give their service and volunteer. How would you like to volunteer your time on the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr.?

Find more teaching resources at http://pbslearningmedia.org

Virtual Learning & Professional Development for Educators

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Teacher Planning Kits

As teachers, students, and families enter a school year with new routines, both in-person and virtual, PBS LearningMedia offers this special collection of flexible resources.

Nikki Vradenburg

Tech Talk Tuesday: Coding

This webinar provides a brief overview of the principles of coding and how it promotes critical thinking, storytelling, problem solving and literacy.

Nikki Vradenburg

ParentsPartners: Digital Tools for Parent Communication

Effective communication between homes and schools can be essential in helping students experience success in the classroom.

Nikki Vradenburg

The Perfect Blend! Blended Learning in the K-5 Classroom

Nikki Vradenburg presents a session to elementary teachers about blended learning tools and strategies.

Unplugged Learning Menus for Grades 1-12

These fun unplugged activities will help keep you and your family busy and active while your school is closed or while practicing social distancing. Click on the poster image below to download the PDF. Questions? Contact Deanna, our Early Learning Specialist, at deanna@montanapbs.org.

Unplugged Learning with MontanaPBS Grades 1-2
Unplugged Learning with MontanaPBS Grades 7-8
Unplugged Learning with MontanaPBS Grades 3-4
Unplugged Learning with MontanaPBS Grades 9-10
Unplugged Learning with MontanaPBS Grades 5-6
Unplugged Learning with MontanaPBS Grades 11-12

Additional Resources for Learning at Home

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Learn Along Bingo Packets

These bilingual, weekly Learn Along Bingo packets (one for PreK & K, one for Grades 1 & 2) will include a range of thematic learning opportunities for children to choose th

Press Releases

Learn From Home Curriculum Returns Sept. 8

As schools navigate balancing in-person and distance learning, MontanaPBS will continue to support educators and families by launching a fall Learn at Home broadcast curriculum and

PBS and WGBH to Provide At-Home Learning Programs

As schools across the country close in response to the COVID-19 virus, PBS and WGBH Boston have partnered to support distance learning.

MTPBS Partners with OPI to Support Students at Home

MontanaPBS partners with OPI to support students learning at home with free online resources and a revised broadcast TV schedule of educational programs beginning Monday, March 30.