Listed below are several interactive resources available to our students:
A hub for all OETA resources is available at www.OETA.tv/LearningAtHome. OETA has adjusted its daytime schedule to provide curriculum-based programming for students on its broadcast channel, OETA WORLD. Programs include PBS favorites like NOVA, Nature, and American Experience as well as PBS KIDS programming. Each episode or series directly correlates to lessons and resources available on PBS Learning Media. Parents and teachers must sign up for a free account to access content.
Early Elementary (PreK-3) – Early elementary educational programming will air Monday-Friday from 6-8 a.m. on OETA WORLD. PBS LearningMedia Early Elementary includes grade-specific videos, interactive lessons, games and printable content.
Upper Elementary (4-5) – Upper elementary educational programming will air Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.- 2 p.m. on OETA WORLD. PBS LearningMedia Upper Elementary includes grade-specific videos, interactive lessons, experiments and printable content.
Middle School (6-8) – Middle school educational programming will air Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on OETA WORLD. PBS LearningMedia Middle School includes grade-specific videos, quizzes, interactive lessons, lesson plans and printable content.
High School (9-12) – High school educational programming will air Monday-Friday from 2-6 p.m. on OETA WORLD. PBS LearningMedia High School includes grade-specific videos, interactive lessons, lesson plans and printable content.
The program schedule is updated every week and will last until the end of the school year.
OETA WORLD can be accessed for free and over the air with an antenna on these channels. Some satellite and cable providers choose not to carry OETA and its sub-channels. We encourage those without access to OETA WORLD to contact their provider and ask them to carry all four channels. Find out about other ways to watch in OETA FAQs.
Moby Max (2nd and 3rd)
Prodigy (3rd and 4th)
Spelling City (1st and 2nd)
Reading Eggs (Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd)
Study Island (1st through 5th) (6th, 7th, 8th Science) (8th Math)
Google Classroom (5th)
Newsela (6th, 7th, and 8th Language Arts)
Oklahoma Library of Digital Resources Also, the Oklahoma Library of Digital Resources is a library that includes 51 courses, pre-k through high school. Most of the resources are free, although some - including various applications and eBooks - have a nominal charge.