Volunteering with Kids

As a PBS Parent, you probably already understand the value of engaging with or giving back to your community. Did you know that children as young as three can learn the value of helping people in need? Now is a great time to start a lifelong commitment to giving.

Laura Lewis Brown offers some tips on successfully volunteering with your children. From serving as a good role model, to enlisting friends and family to participate, to finding fun existing opportunities, to thinking outside the box and coming up with your own volunteering ideas, Brown’s advice will help you cultivate that habit and help you have fun while doing it. Read more here.

What is the
Learning Triangle? 

Use this simple three-step process at home or in an educational setting.

View: TV

Use the magic of Wisconsin PBS Kids to spark your child's sense of curiosity and love of learning.

Do: Activities

Transform educational ideas into concrete, hands-on experiences for children.

Read: Books

Make connections between what you view and what you read.
 

Resources

We recommend the following resources for more information.