Pop the popcorn, gather the juice boxes and make a date for Family Night with your children. It’s easy with a little help from Milwaukee PBS KIDS.
Each Friday, Milwaukee PBS brings you special programming for your family. Between 6 pm and 8 pm, you can enjoy some of the PBS KIDS’ best programming including movie specials and themed programming. The Family Night specials will repeat again on Saturday and Sunday nights. You can find all the fun on Milwaukee PBS KIDS Channel 10.3 over the air or on Channel 975 on Spectrum.
You’ll see specials from all your favorites, Wild Kratts, Splash and Bubbles, Daniel Tiger and many more. Family Night will also feature world premiere movie events such as Ready Jet Go: Return to Bortron, Arthur: D.W. and the Beastly Birthday, and Dinosaur Train: Zepplin Adventure!
Remember, that you can watch Milwaukee PBS KIDS on your computer, tablet, phone and of course, on television.
April 20 – 22: Cyberchase Earth Month Marathon
It's Earth Month, and Cyberchase is all about using the power of math to conserve energy and protect the Earth. See if you can pitch in and help Save the Park with the kids from Cyberchase.
Who’s the expert recycler in your family? Find out when you all test your skills playing Trash Dash with these instructions from Cyberchase.
If you have a tablet you can brush up on your geometry and math skills with the Cyberchase Shape Quest app anywhere you are, anytime you want to play (and, it's free for iPad, Android Tablet and Kindle Tablet).
April 27 – 29: Explore the Outdoors with Splash & Bubbles, Nature Cat, and Wild Kratts.
We're wrapping up Earth Month with a triple feature including episodes from Splash & Bubbles, Nature Cat, and Wild Kratts. You can check out games, video and DIY activities at PBS KIDS' Explore the Outdoors hub.
You don’t have to get wet to have fun with water. You can explore the underwater world with this fun "Motion of the Ocean" DIY Mobile activity from Nature Cat.
You can hold the whole world in your hands when you make your own "Planet Earth" using just coffee filters, washable markers and a little water.
May 4 – 6: Mister Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood: Meet the New Baby
In this weekend's Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Marathon Daniel learns about being a big brother and being a helper. You can, too when you play Bathtime Helper… Do you prefer the water pink or green?
Grown-ups, have you checked out the Daniel Tiger for Parents App yet? It’s completely FREE and features video and songs from Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood you can share with your kids to help them build important social emotional skills.
One thing Daniel knows is that there are a lot of ways to say "I Love You." You can get ready for Mother's Day next weekend by making a card for a mom you know with this Make a Card activity from Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood.
May 11 – 13: Odd Squad Saves the World
The Odd Squad agents are going to need a lot of help if they're going to save the world. You can brush up on your skills by working on a few cases.
If you're an Odd Squad agent, there’s one thing you need (other than a solid knowledge of math) - you need your own badge. Download one here, add your agent number, and customize it to reflect your agent personality.
Get ready for the big event by making something sweet, slushies!... And, you can practice some math while you're at it. You never know when you'll need it!
Get ready for your missions when you build your skills playing Sector 21. Can you find all the hidden creatures?
May 18 – 20: Pinkalicious and Peterrific Marathon – Think PINK!
Pinkalicious has her own wand, and you can have one, too. All you need is your imagination and a few crayons or coloring pencils.
Music and art can be found anywhere, and sometimes is completely unexpected. You can create your own accidental art using this activity from Pinkalicious & Peterrific.
Are you ready for the big night? Don’t forget to make your own Pinkatastic strawberry lemonade using this recipe from PBS Food.
May 25 – 27: Peg + Cat Mystery Hour
We know, you’re freaking out because tonight's the Peg + Cat Mystery Hour on PBS KIDS Family Night! Never fear, you can build the skills you need when you play Super Peg at pbskids.org. (Trust us, it's super-fun).
Enjoying your weekend? Take some math outside with a sidewalk chalk game from PBS Parents.
When Peg + Cat finish solving really big problems they love to celebrate with a tasty fruit snack like this Pirate's "Great Banana" fruit salad. It's reaaalllyy good (and perfect for a long weekend)!