Join a Super Why Reading Camp to play, learn and grow
Help your 4 and 5 year olds transform into reading superheroes at Super Why Reading Camps! Registration is FREE, and campers work on their literacy skills but also participate in a classroom environment as they make new friends.Learn more ¬
Cyberchase Mobile Adventures in STEM
Cyberchase Mobile Adventures in STEM is a free family texting program. Once you sign up, you will receive videos and activities in English or Spanish right on your phone. Learn more or sign up today by texting ARIZONA to 30644.
Arizona PBS KIDS Family Night
Arizona PBS KIDS Family Night is a weekly viewing event for the whole family! Every weekend, PBS KIDS features movies or themed programming every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Create an immersive experience all at home, and see your kids learn and grow along with their favorite PBS characters.JOIN US! ¬
HOW TO WATCH
• 24/7 channel on this page (scroll up!)
• On Channel 8.4 with antenna
• Cox Cable channel 81
• CenturyLink Prism channel 22
• SuddenLink channel 144
• And the free PBS KIDS Video App
Arizona PBS KIDS features an array of programming to help young children master important skills, ranging from reading and basic math and science to problem solving and emotional skills.
The channel features innovative, impactful programs designed for children from preschool through early elementary school to develop a strong educational foundation. Programming includes PBS KIDS favorites like “Alma’s Way,” “Arthur,” “Clifford,” “Wild Kratts,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood” and “Sesame Street,” among others.
Explore the Outdoors
Join Arizona PBS as kids, parents and educators are invited to celebrate the spring season with the launch of brand-new activities and resources.View the activities ¬
Enjoy the latest PBS KIDS series, WORK IT OUT WOMBATS!
Don’t miss the latest animated series from PBS for kids ages 3 to 6, starring a trio of marsupial siblings who solve problems using computational thinking. Watch WORK IT OUT WOMBATS! weekdays at 10:30 a.m.
PBS KIDS for parents
Raising kids who thrive
Help your child learn, grow and find new ways to play with these age-specific resources.