Arizona PBS Presents “PBS Kids Family Fun Day” – June 6 from 9 A.M. To 3 P.M.

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Families are invited to help PBS KIDS test Odd Squad-themed interactive detective games for kids and their parents.

PHOENIX –(May 28, 2015)Eight, Arizona PBS invites families to lace up their sneakers and join the fun – helping PBS KIDS field test three Odd Squad-themed interactive games for kids and their parents to play together. Additionally, PBS KIDS Family Fun Day will feature a photo booth with a green screen and several different Odd Squad backgrounds for commemorative portraits and selfies, a mobile learning program and the launch of their summer reading program. The event takes place June 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Salvation Army KROC Center (1375 E. Broadway Rd., Phoenix 85040) and is free to attend and open to the public.  Families can register at

Parents and kids ages 5-8 will play together in educational, fun games, where the kids will be the “agents,” solving “Odd Problems” that involve “Stealth Math” and “Wacky Gadgets.” All kids who successfully complete the game passport will receive an Odd Squad agent badge. There will also be other activities for the younger and older siblings to participate in, so the whole family can join in the fun.

Each of the games are designed to be a two-hour experience, so each child and accompanying adult should register separately for their preferred schedule time. Children must be accompanied by an adult to participate. Space is limited, so registration is required.

About Eight Educational Outreach
The mission of Eight Educational Outreach-ASSET is to provide the most innovative educational content and technologies to enrich the lives of children, students, educators, caregivers and parents through quality outreach programs and services that educate, inform, and inspire.

We specialize in supporting educators and students in the classroom, and families at home by creating and connecting quality PBS educational content to national, common core and state standards. We help our constituents improve student performance through research-based content that is relevant and engaging. We accomplish this through the power of noncommercial television, the Internet, radio, other media, outreach activities, and a variety of community-based initiatives.

In partnership with PBS and Arizona State University, Eight Educational Outreach-ASSET serves as a trusted, independent catalyst for educational improvement.

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