New Hampshire PBS Educational Services provides outstanding media-rich programs, services, and resources to enhance learning outcomes for students, educators, and learners of all ages.
Support for NHPBS Educational Services provided by Parenting New Hampshire.
The Games Are On!
Grab your kids and let’s get cooking!
Thousands of well-paying jobs in New Hampshire are going unfilled
Together We Stand Against Racism
RESOURCES TO HELP YOU TEACH AND LEARN WHEREVER YOU ARE!
Send Us Your Stories!
What You Need to Know
Every Vote Counts
Working Together to Connect New Hampshire
Quizzes for elementary, middle, and high school students focused around a single theme.
Be Part of the Fun!
Provides PreK-12 educators with access to free, standards-aligned digital content.
In 1896 Edward MacDowell and his wife Marian purchased a farm in Peterborough, New Hampshire.
Discover the natural world with NatureWorks, a series for students in grades 3-6.
Working to Connect New Hampshire
The New Hampshire Authors Series featured writers who live, summer, teach, or were born in New Hamps
Voting in the Age of Covid
NH's Green Scene
Explore the science behind early childhood development.
A stirring speech that is as meaningful today as it was on that day.
How many of the 100 books have you read?
Exploring the Night Sky
A lively, music-filled program that helps elementary school kids learn how to deal with bullying.
Explore the natural world!
Check out our series that fosters STEM education in a K-2 curriculum.
A weekly round-up of educational features and programming from NH and beyond.
NHPBS Educational Services are recognized throughout New Hampshire and nationally as a trusted and highly-valued resource for quality media-rich curriculum content and professional development services. We promote teaching excellence and seek to meet the needs of educators, childcare providers, parents and students through New Hampshire-based programs.
Susan came to NHPBS in 1993. She works with educational and social service agencies to help them get the most out of NHPBS and PBS educational resources.