PBS Kids is the brand name for the majority of children’s programs broadcast by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States. Some public television children’s programs not produced by PBS member stations or transmitted by PBS produced by independent public television distributors such as American Public Television are not labeled as “PBS Kids” programs, and are primarily branding of program blocks.
PBS Kids is also the name of a separate network that has had two iterations in the digital television era; one that existed between 1999 and 2005, and the current version launched in January 2017. The network is also available in sub-Saharan Africa and Australia. The PBS Kids network relaunched on January 16, 2017 with live streaming of the channel on the PBS Kids website and video app; no changes were made to the main block of PBS Kids. Blocks are programmed from the network, so the same event will not be shown at the same time on the network and the block.
Gallery of PBS Kids Characters and Many Others Cartoons Characters
Attraction of Clown in PBS Kids
Pbs Kids Robot
Frannys Feet Pbs Kids
Arthur Stands Up to Bullying
Coloring and Kids’ Concentration
Coloring activities can train children’s concentration to stay focused on the work they are doing even though there are many other activities happening around them. A child who is completing a coloring task will focus on the drawing sheet he is coloring so that even if he is noisy around him with other children’s activities, he will still focus on completing the coloring task. In coloring, children are also trained to concentrate so as not to cross the line that forms the object being colored.
The thing we must always remember is that when children are coloring, let them be free to determine what color they want. Don’t dictate to your children so that they feel depressed and discouraged. Sometimes there are also children who go on a coloring strike because they hear negative responses from their parents. For example, “the color should not go out of line, please”, “don’t get the paper dirty”, “It’s better if you have a brother and sister too” or “don’t mess with the colors.”
If we see children’s color giving is not neat and uneven, give them support. Appreciate their work by giving praise to make them more enthusiastic. Then we give him an example of how to hold the crayon so that the color is even. Or we can also color together with the children so that they feel comfortable and happy to see their parents also want to do these activities. We can also motivate children to repeat coloring again so that the results are better and neater. If the child doesn’t want it, don’t force it.
Big Train Dinosaur
Family of Daniel Tiger
Oh Noah Playground
Barnie and Friends
The Tree Peg Cat Pbs Kids
Nice Pbs Kids Ready Jet
Curious George’s Fact
Who does not know the children’s favorite cartoon, Curious George? Maybe some of you know, some don’t. Curious George is a 2006 television series that features a cute monkey and is based on a children’s book series also called Curious George. Well, there are interesting facts from this cartoon.
1. Curious George so far has 108 episodes, with 8 seasons made. And the total duration per episode is about 27 minutes.
2. George’s character actually appears for the first time as a character in a book called Cecily G. and The Nine Monkeys, so it’s not a movie character. The book tells the story of a lonely giraffe, befriending a sad, slum monkey.
3. In the cartoon series, the person who is always with George or commonly called “The Yellow Hat”, has a real name namely “Ted Shackleford”. The name is written in the book version, but not revealed in the cartoon version.
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Katerina Kitty Cat
Explore The Outdoors Onwards
Curious George Birthday Party
Sprout and Clouds
Frannys Feet and His Doggy
George is Exploring
Nature Cat Chicago
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