If Sesame Street went Mad Men… 
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If Sesame Street went Mad Men… 

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Too Cute For TV! Baby poses like your favorite TV characters. 

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Hayley, a talented 10 year-old, voices the title role of “Peg” in the new PBS KIDS show PEG + CAT. Just like Peg, Hayley has an adventurous spirit and passion for life and math. PEG + CAT debuts today on PBS KIDS!
The amaaaaazing PEG + CAT website just launched! Play math games, stream the first episode and more with PBS KIDS newest problem-solving duo. PEG + CAT, an all-new show, debuts on PBS KIDS Monday, October 7: http://pbskids.org/peg

The amaaaaazing PEG + CAT website just launched! Play math games, stream the first episode and more with PBS KIDS newest problem-solving duo. PEG + CAT, an all-new show, debuts on PBS KIDS Monday, October 7: http://pbskids.org/peg

Thinking about Halloween costumes? Love PBS KIDS? Make your own comfortable no-sew Daniel Tiger costume for kids!
Throw a GRRific party for your little tiger’s birthday with these fun and simple Daniel Tiger-themed tips and tutorials. For more decoration, activity and food ideas, click here:http://www.pbs.org/parents/birthday-p….If you missed the previous episodes, you can watch them here:Party Favor Boxes and Finger Puppets (crafts & activities):http://youtu.be/s3wuG1SM05EPaper Medallions and Trolley Dessert Stand (decorations):http://youtu.be/W20Aki5qXNYTiger Cake and Striped Parfaits (food):http://youtu.be/xLr-i1xGEBUSubscribe for new birthday party videos every Tuesday here:http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c…

Throw a GRRific party for your little tiger’s birthday with these fun and simple Daniel Tiger-themed tips and tutorials. For more decoration, activity and food ideas, click here:http://www.pbs.org/parents/birthday-p….

If you missed the previous episodes, you can watch them here:
Party Favor Boxes and Finger Puppets (crafts & activities):http://youtu.be/s3wuG1SM05E
Paper Medallions and Trolley Dessert Stand (decorations):http://youtu.be/W20Aki5qXNY
Tiger Cake and Striped Parfaits (food):
http://youtu.be/xLr-i1xGEBU

Subscribe for new birthday party videos every Tuesday here:http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c…

Throwback Thursday! 
Ready to feel old? Reading Rainbow first aired in 1983!

Throwback Thursday! 

Ready to feel old? Reading Rainbow first aired in 1983!

Some behind-the-scenes moments from The Muppet Movie.

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THROWBACK THURSDAY! Click HERE to hear the theme song!
Set in Washington, DC, Powerhouse focused on the adventures of a racially and ethnically diverse group of six teenagers and young adults from the inner city, based at a community center founded by a woman named Brenda Gaines, who inherited the location from her family. The basic theme of the series is that every person is a source of creativity and power. “We all have a power house deep down inside,” as one line said in the show’s theme song.

THROWBACK THURSDAY! Click HERE to hear the theme song!

Set in Washington, DCPowerhouse focused on the adventures of a racially and ethnically diverse group of six teenagers and young adults from the inner city, based at a community center founded by a woman named Brenda Gaines, who inherited the location from her family. The basic theme of the series is that every person is a source of creativity and power. “We all have a power house deep down inside,” as one line said in the show’s theme song.

THROWBACK THURSDAY!
Theodore Tugboat was a Canadian children’s television series about a tugboat named Theodore who lives in the Big Harbour with all of his friends. The show ran from 1993-2001 and dealt with life learning issues portrayed by the tugs or other ships in the harbour. 

THROWBACK THURSDAY!

Theodore Tugboat was a Canadian children’s television series about a tugboat named Theodore who lives in the Big Harbour with all of his friends. The show ran from 1993-2001 and dealt with life learning issues portrayed by the tugs or other ships in the harbour

THROWBACK THURSDAY!

Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? is an American children’s television game show based on the Carmen Sandiego computer game. The program aired on PBS from 1991 until 1995. Greg Lee hosted the program in the role of “The ACME Special Agent in charge of training new recruits.” He was joined by Lynne Thigpen as “The Chief” and acapella performing group Rockapella, who served as the show’s in-house band and comedy troupe.

Want to hear that catchy theme song? Here ya go! http://youtu.be/3bjAfVLk80g

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Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat is set c. 1900 during the Qing Dynasty, Sagwa has fun in her day-to-day life while learning and teaching valuable life lessons.

Sagwa resides in the palace of a magistrate in China of pre-colonial Hong Kong (possibly during the Qing, as shown by the characters’clothes), part of a royal family of cats who have the ability to write with their tails. She and her siblings, along with various other cats and Fu-Fu the bat partake in adventures that are usually accompanied by moral lessons, as is typical with most children’s shows. However, one aspect that sets this show apart is its display of various aspects of Chinese culture, which helps promote awareness and understanding of other ethnicities.

THROWBACK THURSDAY: Marvin The Tap Dancing Horse was on PBS Kids from 2000-2002. 
Marvin is a dancing brown horse with a black mane and tail who performs in Fast-Talking Jack’s carnival. He used to be in movies and on Broadway; his first big break was in the musical movie 43rd Street (a takeoff of 42nd Street), although he’s not proud of his performance in it. His hooves are tuxedo-themed and they make the tapping noises. He also wears a red bowtie around his neck. In the beginning of one of the episodes, it is taken off.
The show also includes: Stripes The Tiger, Elizabeth The Emotional Pig, Eddy Largo (Edward Larue III), Diamonds the Elephant, Fast-Talking Jack, Edna and more!

THROWBACK THURSDAY: Marvin The Tap Dancing Horse was on PBS Kids from 2000-2002.

Marvin is a dancing brown horse with a black mane and tail who performs in Fast-Talking Jack’s carnival. He used to be in movies and on Broadway; his first big break was in the musical movie 43rd Street (a takeoff of 42nd Street), although he’s not proud of his performance in it. His hooves are tuxedo-themed and they make the tapping noises. He also wears a red bowtie around his neck. In the beginning of one of the episodes, it is taken off.

The show also includes: Stripes The Tiger, Elizabeth The Emotional Pig, Eddy Largo (Edward Larue III), Diamonds the Elephant, Fast-Talking Jack, Edna and more!

THROWBACK THURSDAY! #TBT

Do you remember Clifford the Big, Red Dog before he was big?! Clifford’s Puppy Days is an animated children’s television series that originally aired on PBS Kids from 2003 to 2004. A spin-off of the original Clifford the Big Red Dog, it is set before the original series, and features the adventures of Clifford during his puppy days before he grew.

Throwback Thursday!

Make Way for Noddy was a British/American show which aired on PBS kids beginning in January 2005 (and the UK in 2002.) 

Noddy is a wooden boy who lives in Toyland. Although he is characterized as a child, with a child’s imagination and fears, in Toyland he also serves as the main taxi driver. He often finds himself in difficult situations due to his childlike impulsiveness and energy, but his Toy Town friends always help him set things right.