Dinosaur Train Christmas Special
What's better than snow during the holidays? Watch Dinosaur Train dance and sing in celebration of the weather and the season!
Sid's Holiday Adventure
The holidays – Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa – are Sid the Science Kid’s favorite time of the year! Since Sid is traveling to Minnesota to celebrate the season, he decides to investigate the science behind cold weather.
Daniel Tiger + Holidays
Celebrate the season with this collection of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood holiday resources that teach the value of friendship, individuality, cooperation and more!
Peg + Kat: 8 Days of Hanukkah
As we know, Hanukkah is observed for eight nights and days. Invite students to sing-along with Peg + Cat – and Albert Einstein – in celebration of this magical number!
Peg + Cat: Peg and Cat Save Christmas
Peg + Cat show us that we can do almost anything – deliver Christmas presents, dance gracefully, or even count to 100 – if we take it one step at a time!
Mrs. O Naughty or Nice? Odd Squad
Ms. O is on Santa's "Naughty List"! Find out how Santa came up with the nice-versus-naughty equation in this "Odd Squad" segment.
Twelve Days of Fitness
Get your fitness on this Christmas with a holiday-themed workout that encourages students to exercise while singing along to a traditional Yuletide song!
Wilson & Ditch: We love the holidays
Give kids an overview of the traditions of Chanukah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa with this sing-along featuring fun-loving gopher brothers Wilson and Ditch!
Word Search | Kwanzaa
Unity, heritage and creativity – students learn more Kwanzaa-related vocabulary with the help of this holiday-themed word search puzzle!
Is Santa Real? A Scientific Analysis
In this episode, It's Okay to be Smart unravels some our most vexing holiday mysteries, including: "How is Santa able to circle the Earth and deliver presents to the good little children of the world in less than 24 hours?"
Mercy at Christmas
Compassion teaches valuable lessons. Hear how the spirit of the season revealed itself through one World War II veteran's act of mercy during the war on Christmas Day.
Have you ever wondered what it would take to figure out the current required to power all of the tiny bulbs that make holiday lights glow? Crash Course has the physics lesson.
PBS Idea Channel | Yule Tube!
Warm your hands by the screen just like they did in the '60s with this history lesson on the tradition of the yule log! From PBS Idea Channel.