As a result, the STEM programming offerings have expanded, to the delight of science enthusiasts. WCVE News/88.9 FM will offer STEM favorites, including Freakonomics Radio and BBC’s Crowd Science.
Articles by Brynn Markham
If you're looking for access to books to read for your child, please check out these resources in RVA.
Kindergarten registration is Thursday, April 19. Are you ready? PBS KIDS Ready To Learn is proud to partner with Smart Beginnings Greater Richmond again this year in their efforts to promote consistent messaging about kindergarten registration across 15 school divisions in Central Virginia.
Fifty years ago, the world heard Fred Rogers, for the first time, ask the question, “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” As he made his way on to the set of Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood each day, shedding his formal blazer and dress shoes and donning his trademark red cardigan sweater and casual sneakers, he gave an air that put you at ease and let you know that you were, indeed, welcome in his neighborhood.
Spend the holidays with your favorite PBS KIDS characters throughout the month of December. Included in the mix are classic one-hour specials, along with all new holiday episodes of your favorite PBS KIDS shows.
While carving pumpkins can be fun, most parents know that they wind up doing all the work if they have little ones they’re working with. Sharp tools don’t always mix well with youngsters. So, we’ve put together a few alternatives to carving pumpkins that your kids are sure to enjoy and are able to participate in more fully. For those of you that are bound to carving traditions we’ve also included stencils of your favorite PBS KIDS characters as well!
While we know that Curious George’s Boo Fest is at the top of everyone’s list for little ones at Halloween, Richmond has even more to offer during the fall season. We’ve rounded up a list of the family-friendly options that are tried and true favorites in RVA. Choose from hayrides, pumpkin patches, corn mazes and Halloween movie favorites. There’s something for everyone.
WCVE Forum is proud to present Historically Black, a podcast series created in partnership by American Public Media and The Washington Post, highlighting stories inspired by pieces from the Smithsonian’s new National Museum of African American History and Culture.