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Happy Holidays

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Arthur’s Perfect Christmas
As the residents of Elwood City get ready for Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa, and even “Baxter Day,” they all want their holiday celebrations to be perfect but just what does that mean?

Curious George gazes into a snow globe with evergreen trees and a miniature version of himself and the Man in the Yellow Hat. Behind him is a decorated Christmas tree and part of The Man in the Yellow Hat.

Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas
George and the Man with the Yellow Hat have a great time getting ready for Christmas.

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Let’s Go Luna!: Luna’s Christmas Around the World
The kids believe Santa will never find them when the Circo gets stuck at the South Pole on Christmas Eve. Luna helps the kids save Christmas, learning about holiday traditions from around the world along the way.

The Nature Cat characters decorating the woods with evergreen garlands, red bows and lights

Nature Cat: A Nature Carol
Nature Cat is visited by the spirits of Nature Past (Daisy), Present (Squeeks), and Future (Hal) on Christmas Eve.

Elmo in bed at night with Tango on the bed at his feet. A nutcracker doll leans next to Tango's dog bed on the floor.

Sesame Street: The Nutcracker: Starring Elmo & Tango
Elmo and his puppy Tango embark on an adventure to get back a nutcracker toy.

Characters from Wild Kratts outside on the snow with a bunch of wild animals next to them and mountains in the background

Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas
The Wild Kratts receive an alert that their favorite creatures are disappearing around the globe!

Featured Programs

Kids vs. Screens

Explore the latest research on how smartphones and other screens can affect children’s development, learning abilities and mental health.

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Early Literacy: A KET Forum

After a decline in reading levels over the last decade, many Kentucky students are not proficient readers. Now Kentucky is joining other states to implement a new curriculum. In KET’s forum on early literacy, a panel of experts discusses the new approach.

  • Forum Panelists: Learn about the experts on the Early Literacy: A KET Forum panel.
  • Forum Resources: Delve into the references used for Early Literacy: A KET Forum.

PBS KIDS Family Night

Pop some popcorn and gather ’round!

PBS KIDS Family Night airs on KETKIDS every Friday evening for two hours starting at 7/6 pm. The Family Night block repeats on Saturday and Sunday evenings at the same time.

Get out(side)!

Creature adventures
The Wild Kratts gang encounters all sorts of fascinating animals in their natural habitats and learns about concepts such as adaptation, hibernation and extinction. Which wild things will be your favorites?

Become a backyard explorer
Nature Cat (a real backyard explorer extraordinaire) and his buddies inspire viewers to get outdoors and develop connections with the natural world.

Breaking big jobs into little ones
A trio of marsupial siblings who live with their grandmother in her treehouse looks for problems to solve in their Treeborhood. The trio tackles problems by putting their heads together to figure out a solution.

More Resources for Parents and Caregivers

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Watch Now
From Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood to Molly of Denali, your child’s PBS KIDS favorites are available to stream online, anytime.

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What’s on KET for kids?
No matter the time of day, we provide safe, educational and entertaining programs for your children. Open up a world of possibilities for children with safe, fun and educational programs like Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Sesame Street, Wild Kratts and so many more.

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KET Parenting Newsletter
The games, activities and tips in this newsletter will help you keep kids ages 2-8 engaged.

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Let’s Learn Kentucky
Developed and curated by KET, these resources help parents and caregivers navigate kids’ early years, from birth to when they start school – an important time in their development.

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Recursos en español
KET ofrece muchas actividades, consejos y recursos en español.

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Family Fun Club
When you become a KET member, you can enroll up to four children in Family Fun Club for benefits such as on-air birthday greetings and invitations to exclusive club events.

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KET Everyday Learning
This KET-produced collection uses original animation and visual images to introduce the basic concepts of math, science, social studies, art and health to the youngest learners.

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Sesame Street Parents
Access Sesame Street videos, games, ebooks, apps, printables, merchandise, and more on this family-centered website powered by the Sesame Street Workshop.

PBS Parents
This trusted resource is filled with information on child development and learning. It also serves as a parent’s window to PBS KIDS with access to educational games and activities inspired by PBS KIDS programs.

Apps & More

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