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Who said you ‘can’t learn anything’ from TV?

We’re excited to announce “Let’s Learn NYC!“, a new educational public television program produced by WNET/ THIRTEEN in collaboration with the NYC Department of Education (DOE).

Airing weekdays at 11 a.m. (E.S.T.) on THIRTEEN between now and the end of the 2019–2020 school year, each episode of “Let’s Learn NYC!” features lessons for children in grades 3-K through second that help supplement their existing remote instruction. Episodes will focus on foundational reading skills, literacy, mathematics, social studies, and science, and added supports will be included for students with disabilities as well as multilingual learners.

Maria Begg-Roberson and her daughter, Mia

Each episode of “Let’s Learn NYC!” includes a “story time,” which helps students connect the stories they are hearing with important facets and moments in their lives.

Every “Let’s Learn NYC” episode will also include “Parenting Minutes,” which are short videos created by the WNET Group with information on social-emotional and early childhood learning for families to use with their children.

In addition to daily weekday broadcasts on THIRTEEN between now and the end of the academic year, City families can also watch previously broadcasted episodes on THIRTEEN’s “Let’s Learn NYC!” website—each archived episode will include English and Spanish captions.

To learn more about “Let’s Learn NYC!” and to watch previously-aired episodes, check out THIRTEEN’s program webpage. And watch new episodes of “Let’s Learn NYC!”, every Monday – Friday, 11 a.m.–12 p.m. on your local THIRTEEN channel.

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