Send Your Drawings to Buddy!

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Please send in a drawing of your favorite PBS KIDS show or character.

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A Box Elder Teacher's Tech-Savvy First Graders

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Meet Heidi Coffin -- South Dakota's PBS Digital Innovator.

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South Dakota Is Burning UP!

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Temperatures are dangerously HOT across SD! So how do you stay cool?

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DIY: Handmade Bird Feeder

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Kids can craft a handmade bird feeder by recycling a milk carton and using a few other household supplies. Hang your feeder then wait and watch to see if you spot any birds.

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Arthur Bookmarks

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A great way to save your place in your favorite book is to put a bookmark there. It's easy - just choose your bookmark, print it out, and read.

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Skunk Bear: How Old Is Your Body, Really?

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Do all of your cells get switched out for new ones every seven years or so? Does anything remain with you throughout your entire life? NPR's Skunk Bear examines the human body.

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Skunk Bear: Secrets Of The Snowy Owl

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NPR's Adam Cole followed a young owl named Baltimore's PRECISE route from a beach in Maryland to an island in Canada.

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Coffee Filter Earth Day Craft

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This lickety-split Earth Day art project is a quick, fun project for all ages. It’s very easy and chances are you have these items on hand.

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Join SDPB at Outdoor University Central in Pierre!

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The annual day of outdoor family fun comes to Pierre this year on Saturday, June 11.

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Four of Buddy’s Common Bird Friends

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The Western Meadowlark, Mountain Bluebird, Red-tailed Hawk and Ring-necked Pheasant are just a few of the birds commonly found in South Dakota.

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New Stargazing App Helps Kids Identify Constellations and Explore Space

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With curriculum backed by NASA, the free READY JET GO app encourages kids to visualize space. Point your device at the sky and move it around to map stars in real time!

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Enhancing Tech in the Classroom: PBS Announces iBooks for K-8 Teachers

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New series of subject-targeted iBooks includes curriculum-based videos, lesson plans, and more.

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What Does The Inside Of A Giant Wasp Nest Look Like?

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A dad buys a giant wasp nest on eBay from someone in Wisconsin. He then cuts it open to see what the inside looks like. Click here to see what they found...

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Gardening with Kids: How It Affects Your Child’s Brain, Body and Soul

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All kids could benefit from a little more physical activity and the sunshine they’ll get while gardening.

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New Study Finds First-Graders’ Math Knowledge Increases with PBS KIDS’ ODD SQUAD

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Research shows that content from popular PBS KIDS series helps children from low-income families boost knowledge of numbers and operations, algebraic thinking.

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