Educational Resources

WNMU-TV WORLD At Home Learning

WNMU-TV WORLD At Home Learning is available to the Upper Peninsula and Northern Wisconsin on channel 13.1 WNMU-TV PBS from 12-5pm Monday-Friday in an effort to provide educational resources to grades 6-12 who are learning from home amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Click on a week above to download a PDF of the WORLD At Home Learning episode schedule for that specified time frame. Check back for later dates. Schedules will be released at least a week in advance.

Additional Available Resources

For Parents & Families

WNMU-TV PBS Kids Google Drive - Download PDFs

Visit our WNMU-TV PBS Kids Google Drive where you can download fun puzzles and activities from your favorite PBS Kids shows to engage and educate kids.

Fred Rogers Productions Resources

A list of all of the virtual events, activities, and other social initiatives online for Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Mr. Rogers Neighborhood, Peg + Cat, and Odd Squad.

PBS Kids for Parents

A robust website with information, activities and tips for parents, including resources for talking with kids about coronavirus, encouraging healthy habits, managing worried feelings and supporting playful learning at home.

For Teachers

PBS LearningMedia

Google Classroom friendly collection of videos, inter-actives, lesson plans and more.

PBS Education

Sections on Instructional Resources for classroom, online professional development, classroom change-makers, ideas to teach boldly.

PBS TeacherLine

PBS TeacherLine’s facilitated and self-paced PD courses are designed to benefit both beginning and experienced teachers. Topics include science, reading, social studies, math, instructional strategies, and instructional technology.

For General & Local Public

WNMU-TV Coronavirus News

Stay up to date with the latest information regarding COVID19 from WNMU-TV PBS.

NMU COVID-19 Updates

Latest news involving Northern Michigan University decisions and actions, resources to state and federal health agencies.

Virtual Marquette

Virtual event hosting in one central location for FREE, to local businesses and professionals in the Marquette area so they can offer virtual events to the community during the COVID-19 shutdown.