Today’s #tbt is brought to you by Kelly Boehning, the older sister of this little, purple dinosaur-in-training. 
Barney & Friends aired on PBS KIDS from 1992-2009, although most PBS stations still play reruns. The show also gave us Selena Gomez & Demi Lovato… so… you’re welcome?
Do you have pictures of your little ones (or yourselves!) dressed as PBS characters? Send them to parentsubmissions@pbs.org for your chance to be our featured Throwback Thursday!

Today’s #tbt is brought to you by Kelly Boehning, the older sister of this little, purple dinosaur-in-training. 

Barney & Friends aired on PBS KIDS from 1992-2009, although most PBS stations still play reruns. The show also gave us Selena Gomez & Demi Lovato… so… you’re welcome?

Do you have pictures of your little ones (or yourselves!) dressed as PBS characters? Send them to parentsubmissions@pbs.org for your chance to be our featured Throwback Thursday!

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

Throwback Thursday! 

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

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!

Before Chris and Martin were the “Wild Kratts,” they had a show on PBS called “Kratts’ Creatures.” Need I say more? 

Oh… I do? Ok, here:

"It also featured Shannon Duff as Allison Baldwin and Ron Rubin as the voice of an animated anthropomorphic dinosaur. The show introduced its viewers to the world of animals. 50 episodes were produced in total. The show was first broadcast on PBS in 1994, as PBS stations carried the show until as late as 1998. Due to its popularity the show inspired an unofficial spinoff, Zoboomafoo, another show created by the Kratts, which premiered in early 1999.”

(Source: pbskids.org)

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Jay Jay the Jet Plane takes place at the fictional Tarrytown Airport. Full of CGI characters, Jay Jay is joined by a few other younger planes, some older planes, ground vehicles and, of course, a few humans. It aired on PBS KIDS from 2001-2005.
Some say that Jay Jay was too similar to Thomas the Tank Engine… what do you think?

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Jay Jay the Jet Plane takes place at the fictional Tarrytown Airport. Full of CGI characters, Jay Jay is joined by a few other younger planes, some older planes, ground vehicles and, of course, a few humans. It aired on PBS KIDS from 2001-2005.

Some say that Jay Jay was too similar to Thomas the Tank Engine… what do you think?

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Throwback Thursday! Danger Rangers is a television program that originally aired on PBS from 2005-2006. It featured six animal heroes who taught children about safety through example.

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Throwback Thursday! Danger Rangers is a television program that originally aired on PBS from 2005-2006. It featured six animal heroes who taught children about safety through example.

THROWBACK THURSDAY! While Cyberchase is still in reruns, the last season ended in 2010. Starring actors Gilbert Gottfried and Christopher Lloyd, the show taught its viewers math-based concepts. Check it out! http://www.pbs.org/parents/cyberchase/

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Biz Kid$ was created by the producers of Bill Nye the Science Guy. It taught financial education and entrepreneurship to a preteen audience. Biz Kid$ ran from 2007-2010 on PBS KIDS.

(Source: bizkids.com)

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Bill Nye [The Science Guy] aired on PBS Kids from 1993-1998, winning a whopping 19 emmys!

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