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Arkansas AMI – Week 2 Schedule

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It’s the second week of Arkansas AMI, and we have fresh programming and resources for you! Each block of programming per grade will open with an Arkansas Teacher of the Year educator who will guide students during the instruction time, and the grade band teacher will reference companion resources and activities from the “Arkansas AMI” packet. Please, contact your school directly for directions on how to receive their specially tailored packet. While you can download the basic packet at myarkansaspbs.org/ArkansasAMI, we may not have access to the special content or instructions that your child’s school has included.

New This Week

Our “Arkansas AMI” content will be available on-demand and archived at myarkansaspbs.org/ArkansasAMI and on the free Engage Arkansas PBS app for iPhone and Andriod each day by 10 a.m. We’re also excited to share that “Arkansas AMI” is also now available on the PBS Video App, which is available through on-demand services and devices such as Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV, in addition to our previous availability on the Arkansas PBS channel for YouTube TV subscribers.

We are also working diligently with cable and satellite providers – and the Arkansas Cable Television Association – to make Arkansas PBS available in gap areas, ensuring that every family has access to our educational programming during this critical time.As a result, we’re excited to share that two additional locations now have access to Arkansas PBS broadcasts:

  • West Memphis: Cable on Comcast/Xfinity on channel 151.
  • Texarkana: Cable on Sparklight (formerly Cable One) on channel 17.
  • “Arkansas AMI” Schedule – Week 2

    Arkansas AMI Week 2 Detail Schedule

    What We’re Learning This Week

    “Arkansas AMI” Pre-K-2 Grade Band

    This week with Arkansas Department of Education band host Randi House and Math Games host Joel Lookadoo, we’re learning about using evidence to make decisions and how to make new discoveries through our mistakes. “The Cat and The Hat Knows A Lot About That!” will help us learn about the world of cause and effect, lots of ways to sort things, and how to land bubbles that last longer. “Nature Cat” will teach us how to investigate and figure out how to help others, and we’re learning about the mysterious world of billfish with the “Wild Kratts.” Plus, How do you solve a dance problem? “Peg + Cat” will teach us!

    “Arkansas AMI” 3-5th Grade Band

    With Arkansas Department of Education band co-hosts Meghan Ables and Courtney Cochran, as well as Math Games host Joel Lookadoo, this week we’re learning how to use a line graph with the “Odd Squad” team and we will cover fractions and multiplication with “Cyberchase.”  We’ll also explore our state with “Exploring Arkansas,” take an underwater eco-adventure with “SciGirls,” and go to court with “Odd Squad” – it’s going to be an adventure-packed week!

    “Arkansas AMI” 6-8th Grade Band

    This week, Arkansas Department of Education band host Stacey McAdoo and Math Games host Joel Lookadoo are helping us learn about algebraic equations with “Cyberchase,” delve into the fascinating story of Arkansas’s “Champion Trees,” discover the “Historic Bridges of Arkansas” and take a look at “Crater of Diamonds.”  We’re also taking deep dive into the world of music with “Exploring Arkansas Special Edition: Country Music,” and “Music in Arkansas: Orgins.”