If your kids love the shows on PBS KIDS then they won’t want to miss the Christmas programming line up this year. Below you’ll find all the holiday and Christmas shows that will be on PBS KIDS, as well as their scheduled air dates and times (check local listings just to be sure!). Mark your calendars now so you don’t miss any of your favorites!
PBS KIDS has recently announced a few new DVDs as well as new episodes and all new shows. There are also new apps available, new ways to stream your favorite PBS KIDS shows, and an extra 30 minutes of Sesame Street!
PBS KIDS DVDs
Daniel Tries Something New released on July 15th. It has a 100 minute run-time with eight episodes, one of which is “Daniel Goes to School” that Bubbles loves. There are also some printable activities and coloring sheets included, too.
There are lots of upcoming movie releases, plus the first-even Curious George Halloween special, new TV shows and apps, and more. One show new to DVD is Disney’s Gravity Falls. I’m curious if any of you have watched it and what your opinions are? Leave me a comment and let me know!
PEG + CAT
Don’t miss the premiere of the new PBS KIDS show PEG + CAT. It kicks off on Monday, October 7th, on your local PBS channel. And just in time for the first episode, you can download the PEG + CAT app, PEG + CAT Big Gig (for iOS and Android). While singing along to songs and simple melodies from the TV series, kids can practice counting up and down by ones and twos, adding ones, and extending patterns. Kids can even make their own music with the Sound Check game, where funky music can be recorded and played back.
There is a lot of entertainment news this week! New movies and trailers, upcoming new TV shows, DVD releases – all kinds of goodies.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
For all The Hunger Games fans – the first official movie poster for the upcoming The Hunger Games: Catching Fire has been released. They also have a new Instagram account you can follow. Currently, there’s lots of great pictures up from the Cannes Film Festival. Aside from loving the story, we cheer for The Hunger Games movies because Jennifer Lawrence is from here in Louisville and we like to support hometown girls!