Energy Express on WVPB-TV
9 a.m. on WVPB-TV
This summer educational series on West Virginia Public Broadcasting offers literacy, STEM and other programming for children and families.
WVU Extension Service and West Virginia Public Broadcasting have partnered to bring youth programming into the homes of West Virginia families. Beginning June 21, 2021, viewers can tune in to WVPB-TV to enjoy engaging and fun activities in literacy, STEM, art, cooking, nature and more.
WVU Extension Service's Energy Express programming on West Virginia Public Broadcasting will air Monday through Friday from 9 to 9:30 a.m. beginning June 21 on WVPB-TV. A listing of all local stations are available at WVPB-TV stations.
Coming to WVPB
Join us for an egg-citing episode of Energy Express! Mark Swiger, director of WVU Extension Service’s Energy Express program, will kick off the episode by reading us “The Good Egg.”
Next, we will “peep” over to Tasha Harris, agriculture and natural resources agent in Upshur County, and Jesica Streets, agriculture and natural resources agent in Tucker County, to learn all about eggs.
Monday, August 3, 2020, 9:30 a.m.
Make it fly! Join Jennifer Robertson-Honecker, WVU Extension Service STEM Specialist, and her son, Ben, to learn how to make your own helicopter that you can fly at your home. ( For this activity, you will creative items from around your house to build your simple machine.) Want to enter the competition? Visit extension.wvu.edu/stemcare to learn more!
Videos from the Series
This YouTube playlist contains all videos from the Energy Express on WVPB series. To access other videos, click the top right corner of the YouTube video to see the rest of the videos.