Take Your Child To Work Day is a wonderful opportunity for children to experience a real work day.

This year children are able to engage in this experience virtually and not just for one day but for the entire week.

So, take a look around this page and begin exploring!

Don’t forget Take Your Child To Work Day will also be highlighted on Pittsburgh Today Live.

You can watch PTL live at 9 a.m. on KDKA-TV or check our PTL section for featured videos here.

!Special zoom performance! – Virtual Magic Show

Tune in on Thursday, April 22nd at 6:30pm for an evening of magic with magician Michael Kent. Michael has been named Entertainer of the Year and appeared on Penn & Teller Fool Us on CW. You are in for a magical treat!

(Photo Credit: KDKA-TV)

Explore Careers:

Interested in being a reporter?

Interested in being an anchor?

What’s a Meteorologist?

On the road with a reporter:

Shoot video like a photographer!

Stream like the CBSN Producers!

 

HEY RAY! Check out these great science related experiments from Meteorologist Ray Petelin.

Shape of the Earth!

Explaining precipitation terms that Meteorologists use:

Using slow motion video to help explain science:

 

(Photo Credit: Jeffrey Hamilton/Thinkstock)

If you have younger children, here are some fun things for them to do:

Ages 4-6:

Click here to download and print your connect the dots game!

Got Crayons? Click here to download and print some coloring pages.

More coloring pages here, just in time for Memorial Day:

Remembering the Brave Part 1

Remembering the Brave Part 2

Pittsburgh Skyline: Remember the Brave

If you think Connect the Dots is EZ, Ages 7-12 can try this one! Click to download and print.

Earth Day (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)

Earth Day (Photo Credit: Thinkstock)

 

Kid-Friendly Earth Day Resources:

Earth Day is April 22, here’s an entire coloring book of fun Earth Day pages!

Ranger Rick The National Wildlife Federation Ranger Rick where you’ll find kid-friendly Earth Day crafts, animal facts and more!

Nat Geo Kids Save the Earth Website – quizzes, tips and kid-friendly articles and fact sheets.

Knowledge Drops Interactive science education for 3rd – 8th graders

Photo Credit: Nickelodeon

 

Nickelodeon

Nickelodeon is also a great resource for projects, ideas, and organizations that will help kids and families stay active, connected, and entertained while staying at home!

Includes information on Stop the Hate, Stop the Violence and Stay Active Health and Wellness section.

Also has a Grown-Up section for ideas too.

Check out NickHelps.com

COVID-19 AND KIDS:

Dr. Fauci answers Kids’ COVID questions on Nick News Breaks

 

(Image Provided)

HEARTS OF HOPE:

Why are we painting hearts?

You will be a creator of hope and part of the largest healing art program!

Need ideas: Check out their website, or Pinterest page.

Our painted hearts will be collected and provided to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank