Public Broadcasting Industry Receives National Education Association's Highest Honor

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The NEA Friend of Education was awarded to Patricia de Stacy Harrison, president and CEO of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Paula A. Kerger, president and CEO of the Public Broadcasting Service.

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See YouTube Science Sensation Emily Graslie at Outdoor University in Rapid City

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“The Brain Scoop” creator piques the curiosities of young geniuses at this year’s Outdoor University in Rapid City.

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WILD KRATTS Wild Wednesdays in July

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July is jam-packed with WILD KRATTS fun every Wednesday, starting July 1st with "Back in Creature Time."

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PBS KIDS Shows Now Available On-Demand On Xbox One

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The PBS KIDS Video App features thousands of videos from favorite PBS KIDS series.

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Free Meals for South Dakota Youth

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Organizations across South Dakota are serving free meals to the state’s youth this summer.

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Glow Worm Bracelet

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These easy to make Glow Worm bracelets are a fun summer craft activity for kids. 

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How Many Alligators Long Is a Triceratops?

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Fun with math from Dinosaur Train. 

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Join SDPB and Friends at Neutrino Day in Lead!

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Join SDPB and friends for a weekend of educational fun at Sanford Underground Research Facility’s Neutrino Day.

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New PBS Kids Series NATURE CAT Premieres in Fall

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PBS KIDS premieres NATURE CAT, a new animated series that encourages children to explore nature, this fall.

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Get Moving! — A Time Trials Math Activity

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This Time Trials Activity injects some educational fun by calculating their mph while your kids ride, skate, pogo or scoot.

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DINOSAUR TRAIN: ZEPPELIN ADVENTURE premieres June 15

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PBS KIDS Summer Safari kicks off in June with the premiere of DINOSAUR TRAIN: Zeppelin Adventure. 

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New Study Shows Educational Benefits of Watching Sesame Street Similar to Those of Attending Preschool

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The most comprehensive study ever conducted on the educational benefits of Sesame Street demonstrates a long-lasting impact on the scholastic achievement of millions of Americans.

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Amazing Underwater Explosion Using Dry Ice and Liquid Nitrogen

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Backyard Scientist displays an underwater explosions using Dry Ice, and Liquid Nitrogen. This experiment is captured in high definition slow motion.

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Kids Poster Challenge Helps Spread the Word About Aquatic Invasive Species

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South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks is asking kids to help repel an invasion — of aquatic invasive species, like zebra and quagga mussels, and Asian carp.

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New Odd Squad Episodes

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New Odd Squad episodes all week beginning May 25.

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