|Headquarters||Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia, U.S.|
|Launched||July 11, 1994 (PTV)|
September 6, 1999 (PBS Kids)
PBS Kids is the educational children's programming brand of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS). It started in 1994. Its programming is non-commercial, like all PBS programming. PBS Kids programs (or shows) are mostly shown in the daytime. These programs are meant for children ages 2-8 (for example: Barney and Friends, Sesame Street, and Arthur). PBS Kids' programs use science, math and reading. Some of them also include social studies. All of the programs give a problem that the children have to solve. An example of these problems would be what to do when two children want to play with the same thing and start to fight (teaching the importance of sharing).
Programming[change | change source]
See List of programs broadcast by PBS Kids