Make Mini Piñatas!

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Piñatas were the best part of parties when I was little! I knew I wanted to make one for Cinco de Mayo.

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Reycled Paper Roll Daffodils

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Learn how to make your own Spring bouquet.

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Make a Difference on Earth Day April 22, 2017!

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Help your students discover ways they can use science and engineering to protect our planet.

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Earth Day Portraits

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To celebrate Earth Day and in the spirit of recycling and looking after our beautiful planet, here’s a neato bottle top craft for you.

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April Activities from the SD Game Fish and Parks

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SD Game Fish and Parks

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PBS KIDS Family Night on SDPB

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PBS KIDS Family Night debuts Friday, April 21 on the new PBS Kids 24/6 channel.

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TP Roll Spring Chicken

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Happy making, playing and storytelling!

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YFS Kids Fair 2017

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Join SDPB, Buddy and Science Steve at the 2017 YFS Kids Fair in Rapid City on April 28-30.

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Mini Easter Baskets

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An adorable Easter craft the kids can make as favors for friends, or for their dolls. Have fun!!

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PBS KIDS Premieres Episodes of WILD KRATTS and NATURE CAT in Celebration of Earth Month

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This April, PBS KIDS is celebrating Earth Month with its annual Explore the Outdoors initiative, which encourages families to head outside and discover the natural world around them. The celebration kicks off April 10 with new episodes from favorite PBS KIDS series, WILD KRATTS and NATURE CAT, all week long.

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At 5, Girl Becomes Youngest To Qualify For National Spelling Bee

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The folks at Scripps are already calling Edith Fuller the latest "spellebrity." She beat eighth-graders and other students in Tulsa., Okla., to advance to the big bee.

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Interactive: You've Got Braille

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Translate your own messages to braille, in this activity from Arthur. This feature introduces children to a form of communication used by some people who are blind or visually impaired. Encourage children to keep an eye out for Braille in the real world.

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Working Class Students Answer: Is College Worth It?

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NPR's Michel Martin visits Madison, Wis. for "Who Needs College?" the latest live event in the "Going There" series. UW-Madison student Sam Park discusses the value of a college education.

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Statement from PBS President and CEO Paula Kerger On Proposed Cuts to Federal Funding for Public Broadcasting

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Proposed budget cuts on Public Broadcasting

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Education Budget Cuts, Student Aid Problems And More

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National K-12 and higher ed news came fast and furious this week. Here are our highlights to help you keep on top.

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