Colorado teachers will lead literacy lessons on public television
posted by: Mile High Mamas
To our fellow parents who feel like they’re failures at this homeschooling gig: we have help!
In response to school closures across Colorado, Rocky Mountain Public Media in partnership with the Office of the Governor, the Colorado Department of Education, and the Colorado Education Initiative, will provide K-3 learners, their families, and caregivers with direct-to-home remote literacy learning on broadcast and online.
Starting May 18, K-3 literacy lessons will be broadcast Monday-Friday from 8 am-10 am on Rocky Mountain PBS. Lessons will also be available for free streaming online at rmpbs.org/coloradoclassroom and on the PBS Video App.
Thanks to the generous support of Gary Community Investments, teacher-guided lessons will be broadcast in English with Spanish closed captioning.
Accompanying lesson plans and student work packets will be posted on this website. These printed materials will be shipped without charge to families without internet access, on request, by calling 800-274-6666.