Curriculum Resources

Find quality resources that accompany broadcast television programs and outreach initiatives. From The War of 1812 to The PBS KIDS Writers Contest, you can view video and access lesson plans and resources right here.
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Classroom curriculum, to be used with the television program Understanding the Opioid Epidemic, has been developed to be used with 7th-8th grade students but include ideas for adap

How did the friendship between Wright and his wealthy Buffalo client affect the structural aesthetic of a major American city and make significant impact on architectural history?

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Through these lessons, teachers and students can examine not only the causes, battles and results of the War, but also delve into the personal stories and perspectives.

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Olmsted's interests and skills go beyond landscape architecture. He was an advocate for green space, a journalist, a committed anti-slavery reformer and a believer in urban health.

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Students can learn from Shaw. He was ingenious and thoughtful enough to create essentially a work of art out of controversial topics that made an impact.

Resources can be used to help students explore hidden messages in songs and hymns, uses of records and writing, as well as a deeper meaning of the Fugitive Slave of 1850.

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Included here are activities designed to enhance the understanding of Buffalo Niagara waterways, as well as broader, relatable themes to be used in your classroom.

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Find valuable resources based on the Tragedy and Hope: Stories of Painkiller Addiction. An essential component of combating this epidemic is awareness and education.

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This PBS KIDS Writers Contest encourages children in grades K-3 to celebrate the power of writing and illustrating their own stories.