Head Start teacher Denise Nelson blogs about using the Peep Explorer's Guide with her students in Worcester, Massachusetts. Denise reflects on the discoveries both she and the children make with their hands-on, in-depth investigations of shadows, water, plants, sound, color, and ramps.
Explore Shadows, Water, Plants, Color, Sound, and Ramps with your preschoolers. Teacher tips, Classroom Close-Ups (glimpses into what our activities look like in action), and photos make the Guide easy and fun to use. Family Science letters extend the learning into the children's homes. An animated PEEP story highlights each specific science concept and several live-action videos show real kids playing and experimenting with those concepts.
Our PEEP Event Kit offers resources to organize three different science events for preschoolers: Exploring Shadows, Exploring Structures, and Exploring Ramps. Each event has an Event Leader's guide detailing the setup of hands-on activities, a flier to promote the event, and take-home materials for families in English and Spanish.
Peep and the Big Wide World is localized for a Cambodian audience through a partnership between WGBH and World Education, an international nonprofit organization. In Cambodia, Peep is the first educational, locally-adapted show targeting Cambodia's preschoolers.
WGBH and Education Development Center (EDC) introduce teachers to the PEEP Explorer's Guide and the fundamentals of science inquiry instruction in this recorded presentation.