Molly of Denali
Our brand new, multi-platform project set in Alaska.
Search It Up
Discover how everyday kids use technology with “Search It Up!” It’s a delightful, new mini-series from WGBH and PBS Kids. Real kids talk about how they use the internet, navigate with GPS, keep in touch with family, and have endless fun with phones. The series was produced by WGBH with support provided by Internet Essentials from Comcast.
The Ruff Ruffman Show
Games, videos, songs and app for kids 4-8 are part of Ruff’s all-new adventures in the Ruff Ruffman Show.
Self-leveling math, science, and engineering games in English and Spanish.
PEEP and the Big Wide World
Charming games and videos in English and Spanish put even the youngest kids in the driving seat. Science and math for kids and caregivers with a suite of free apps available for both Apple and Android devices.
Design Squad Global
Pinkalicious and Peterrific
Pinkalicious and Peterrific come to life at ‘GBH with their own brand of creativity with TV, games and more!
Up Close: Youth in World War II
A stunning HTML5 project for high students, produced in partnership with the International Museum of World War Two.
Our first major VR project, for Windows Mixed Reality Platforms, launching this summer.
Ruff Ruffman: Humble Media Genius
A digital media literacy site starring Ruff Ruffman. Videos and even a game about distracted driving. Spanish versions available!
Rare: Creatures of the Photo Ark
This innovative classroom activity lets students explore animal adaptations.
Bringing the Universe to America’s Classrooms
Funded by NASA*, WGBH’s “Bringing the Universe to America’s Classrooms” project will develop an extensive collection of K-12 digital resources infused with NASA and WGBH multi-media content to support STEM instruction. These resources will be distributed free of charge through PBS LearningMedia, reaching millions of students and teachers nationally.
Early Science with Nico & Nor
A suite of research-based science apps and activities for preschool classrooms from WGBH’s First 8 Studios.
Early Math with Gracie & Friends
An app-based early math curriculum supplement based on the Next Generation Preschool Math research project funded by the National Science Foundation.
Finding Our Way Around
Research and development of an app and hands-on activities created to support parent engagement with their preschool children around spatial thinking. Funding support provided by the Heising-Simons Foundation.
Ongoing development of an e-book in partnership with Boston Medical Center and the University of Florida to support diabetes nurse educators and children diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Provided in both English and Spanish.
Small Moments, Big Impact
In partnership with Boston Medical Center, this initiative focuses on the small interactions that parents have with their children and leverages videos and digital tools to be used during and between well-child visits with pediatricians.
FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman
Postcards from Buster
Between the Lions
Time Warp Trio
Photographic news service for tweens with beautiful images from the Associated Press.
FETCH! Augmented Reality Game
Museum of Fine Arts
A walking tour of the Art of the Americas Wing at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts. This iPod app introduces kids to 48 works of art.
Honey Bee Market
Design, illustration, and game development for a nutrition research project. Designed in collaboration with Hive5 and the Hood Center.
Sparky the Firedog
A game within a game for the National Fire Prevention Association. When the smoke alarm sounds just stop playing and head for the door! Now also offered as a free app for iPhone.
Resources for Early Learning
Funded by the Massachusetts Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge Grant (RTT-ELC) this free online platform features a centralized library of digital resources.
*The material contained in this product is based upon work supported by NASA under cooperative agreement award No. NNX16AD71A. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.