SF Loves Learning TV Show

SF Loves Learning

SF Loves Learning is a one-hour television show that airs on weekdays for PreK-2nd grade students.

How to Watch

From 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Mondays thru Fridays on KTVU Plus or find episodes, clips and videos at bit.ly/SFLovesLearning.

  • Broadcast Channel - 36
  • AT&T - 1006
  • Comcast - 6 / 706
  • DirectTV - 36
  • DISH - 36
  • WAVE - 92 / 201
  • Stream on Hulu or Sling

Video Submissions

Are you playing games, helping neighbors, staying connected with elders, listening to each other, sharing work, practicing traditions? Are you feeling creative and want to record what you're doing? Video submissions that reach, engage, inspire, support, and educate our young learners (and their families), up to 10 minutes, will be considered.


  1. Review our Tips for Recording and ensure your video meets these guidelines.
  2. Make sure there is no copyrighted material in your video (music, books, or other visuals). All copyrighted material must have the explicit approval of the publisher or owner before submitting. Free music can be downloaded from this website: https://freepd.com.
  3. Ensure this form has been signed and submitted by the parent/guardian of anyone under 18 appearing in your video.

Please submit your educational video through this Google form.

Share Your Feedback

Tell us what you think of the show! Email: sfloveslearning@sfusd.edu

Recipes from Chef Josh Davidson

Get recipes from SF Loves Learning on the SFUSD blog.

About the Show

SFUSD is partnering with KTVU to provide an hour-long TV episode every weekday especially for PreK-2nd grade students in San Francisco. The show is called SF Loves Learning and will air on KTVU Plus from 2-3 p.m., Monday-Friday, from April 20 through June 2, 2020.

The content on the TV show is created entirely by San Francisco public school educators and special guests. Each episode includes a daily lesson, wiggles & dance, a read aloud, music, mindfulness, and more. 

SFUSD would like to thank Chronicle Books, the City and County of San Francisco, KTVU, SF Ballet, and SF Public Libraries for their support of this program.