Education at WDSE
Look to WDSE •WRPT for Educational Content for All Ages!
As well as our educational television programming, there are other exciting opportunities and resources that make WDSE WRPT a great educational resource for the Northland:
Look to PBS KIDS for reliable, educational programming for your youngster. Our programs serve all children, but are optimized for kids 3-8 years old. Watch PBS KIDS every weekday on PBS North from 7am - 6pm, or ALL DAY every day on the PBS KIDS Channel!
Find resources to compliment PBS KIDS episodes, as well as games and fun activities, at pbskids.org.
Find more information on additional PBS KIDS resources, including information about helping young kids in relation to COVID, on our PBS KIDS Resources page.
PBS Learning Media and At Home Learning
For kids in grades 6-12, find a specially-curated line up of educational programming from PBS and other trusted national partners every weekday from 12pm-4pm on the Explore channel with At Home Learning . PLUS every show has corresponding learning materials. Find the schedule for the next couple of weeks and links to the educational materials on our At Home Learning page.
Locally Produced Program Resources
In addition, WDSE WRPT has created lesson plans to accompany many of its popular shows and documentaries! See the list below for links to shows, full documentaries, and their free lesson plans - all FREE to stream ANY TIME!
- Drawn to Write
- Making It Up North
- The PlayList for Teachers
- Native Report for Teachers
- Brew North
- Duluth Parks: An Outdoor Tradition
- Fires of 1918
- Glensheen & the Congdon Legacy
- Historic Trails of Northern Minnesota
- Lost 50s
- Lost Duluth
- Lost Duluth II
- Lost Iron Range
- Minnesota's Lost Mining Towns
- Steamship America: A North Shore Legend
- This Town
Finally, our Education Resources page provides links to outstanding free lesson plans, activities for children, as well as resources for parents and teachers on special education and other topics.