Arizona Learning Media

Celebrating Spring Bingo: PreK and K

In this bilingual lesson, children compare and contrast objects and organisms and learn how to describe similarities and differences in greater detail. Explore More
Social Studies

PBS LearningMedia "The U.S. and the Holocaust" Collection

Examine America’s response to one of the greatest humanitarian crises of the 20th century, consider a range of relevant questions, and learn how media can be used as a tool to bring critical conversations about the Holocaust into the classroom. September 15, 2022

LearningMedia Summer Camp Collection

Fill Each Day with Possibilities! This collection of resources leverages fun, educational activities to include in your daily schedule, as well as resources to help seed ideas for introducing topics to your campers. July 14, 2022

Education in the Summer

Working to close learning gaps. A focus on education and the summer ahead. June 20, 2022

Biosphere 2 Virtual Field Trip

This free virtual learning venture is an interactive, deep-dive into the Biosphere 2 Rainforest June 17, 2022

WONDERLAB: Learning about Life in the Sonoran Desert

AZPM and the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum team up for a Virtual SciFest lesson. June 8, 2022
Social Studies

Seven Books for Celebrating Juneteenth

A great start for important conversations about understanding the history and traditions of Juneteenth. June 7, 2022
Social Studies

Celebrate Pride

AZPM celebrates LGBTQ+ Month throughout June with a collection of special programs, stories, and resources. June 1, 2022
PBS Kids

Difficult Times & Tough Talks

Familiar Sesame Street faces help students cope with grief and anxiety in difficult times. May 25, 2022
PBS Kids

When Something Scary Happens

Resources to help families manage difficult moments. May 25, 2022
PBS Kids

Meet the Helpers

A public media initiative designed to introduce children to community helpers and practice emergency preparedness. May 25, 2022
Professional Development


What Can Schools and Counselors Do to Address the Teen Mental Health Crisis? April 20, 2022
Social Studies

PBS LearningMedia "Benjamin Franklin" Collection

Lesson plans to accompany Ken Burns' documentary on America's most compelling and consequential founding father. April 13, 2022

Upcoming Events

PBS Books Virtual Event - Visions of America: A Journey to the Freedom Tower September 27, 2023 Join host and Institute of Museum and Library Services Director Crosby Kemper as he explores the interior of the Freedom Tower with Miami Dade College President Madeline Pumariega. Watch on YouTube Live, Wednesday, September 27 at 5 p.m.
Preview Screening of Native America: Language is Life October 14, 2023 Join Arizona Public Media for a special preview of "Native America: Language is Life." For over 500 years, America’s First People have fought to ensure their unique ways of speech could be preserved. Now, a renewed effort to revitalize traditional languages is unfolding across Native America. Language Is Life showcases the beauty of Native American communication, and how their voices continue to shape 15,000 years of world changing history. This free screening will take place at the University of Arizona ENR2 building on Saturday, October 14 at 6 p.m. This event is free but registration is required. Free parking available in the 6th Street garage.
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Mental Health Toolkit

Not Broken An original documentary about young people living with mental illness Lesson PlansNot Broken clips and lessons on PBS LearningMediaMental Health ResourcesResources for mental health care, treatment, and information
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