Remember when watching your favorite show on television meant having to be on the couch a few minutes before air time to ensure that you didn’t miss a minute? Oh how life as changed thanks to streaming and on demand content!
This week PBS KIDS announced that kids can watch their favorite programs and web-original series on Xbox One meaning more quality educational content at your convenience. Full-length episodes and clips from PBS KIDS’ programs. Shows like Wild Kratts, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Odd Squad, Peg+Cat, Dinosaur Train, and more are available on-demand with Xbox One for users in the United States to help the earliest ages explore a variety of topics like social-emotional development, literacy, math, and science.
For more personalized content, the PBS KIDS Video App provides viewers the opportunity to identify a local PBS station to easily view their favorite programs and web-original series. The app features thousands of videos from favorite PBS KIDS series, with new content updated weekly. It’s a great place to find favorite shows plus web-original series such as OH NOAH! and FIZZY’S LUNCH LAB.
In addition to Xbox One, the PBS KIDS Video App is also available on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Chromecast.
Looking for additional content featuring favorite characters from PBS Kids shows?
PBS KIDS offers more than 35 apps for kids, exploring a variety of topics, including social-emotional development, literacy, math, science and more.
More information about PBS KIDS apps is available on pbskids.org/apps and to get specific information about how shows support literacy, science, math and more, follow PBS KIDS on Twitter and Facebook.
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