KTWU’s Early Learning
KTWU is one of twenty PBS stations involved in this literacy initiative that uses PBS KIDS programming and related multimedia content to help improve the literacy skills of children ages two to eight – especially those from low-income families. KTWU Early Learning is supporting early literacy in Eastern Kansas.
Learn how to incorporate PBS KIDS television programming into your curriculum and use it as an interactive learning tool to enhance children’s reading and math skills, build their vocabulary, and support their healthy physical, social, and emotional development. KTWU can show you how to help young children through instructional workshops and educational materials. Connect to the Raising Readers Lesson Planning Tool
READY TO LEARN On Demand/Broadcast
To register for Ready to Learn training – either OnDemand through iTunes
or by watching the training broadcast on KTWU – click here.
KTWU Early Learning workshops are designed to help transform television viewing from passive babysitter to a rewarding learning experience for children. To register to attend an Early Learning workshop please fill out this form below.