PBS KIDS on WUCF:
WUCF children's programming is designed to promote literacy, encourage curiosity and aid in the development of effective, age-appropriate problem-solving skills.
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Want to teach your kids Spanish? Oh Noah! is designed to teach Spanish to children ages six to eight with animated videos with embedded games that help build vocabulary. In each three-minute video, a misunderstanding launches a comic misadventure. Kids learn language better when they can put it into meaningful context.
This feisty little mouse works hard to reach her goal and along the way, always learns from her mistakes.
Promotes literacy and effective, age-appropriate social and problem-solving skills.
Celebrates the joys of childhood and encourages respect and kindness.
Play fun games with Caillou and his family. Help Caillou dig for dinosaur bones, drive a train and color!
Sparks a love of learning and an interest in science.
Inspires children to explore science, engineering, and math in the world around them.
Stories about a preschooler’s life promoting social, emotional and behavioral health.
Encourages basic scientific thinking about natural science, history and paleontology.
Promotes literacy and helps bridge children’s vocabulary gaps.
Young government agents Olive and Otto use math to investigate strange occurrences in their town.
Join Peg and Cat for math-based adventures!
Introduces cultural diversity, social skills, and exploration of children’s surroundings.
Encourages children to explore the foundations of science in everyday occurrences.
Helps children learn to read through interactive fairytale adventures.
Stories of imagination with interactive games and sing-along songs.
Wild animals and their habitats through animation and live-action segments.
Follow the adventures of WordGirl, who fights crime using her superhero strength and her vocabulary.