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WUCF children's programming is designed to promote literacy, encourage curiosity and aid in the development of effective, age-appropriate problem-solving skills.
Click on the images below to visit the program's web site, each rich with resources for kids, parents and educators.

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PBS KIDS on WUCF

Explore your favorite PBS Kids programs!

Oh NoahOh Noah

Oh Noah!

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.

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FoodForThought.jpg Food For Thought: Eating Well on a Budget is a bilingual, multimedia program designed to help support families who have children between the ages of 2 and 8 and are coping with uncertain or limited access to affordable and nutritious food.

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For Kids:

PBS KIDS

PBS KIDS Lab

PBS KIDS Island

For Parents and Teachers:

PBS Learning Media

PBS Mobile Apps

PBS Parents

PBS Homeschooling

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Brush-Teeth.jpgHealthy Teeth, Healthy Me

Caring for young children's teeth is an important part of keeping their bodies healthy—and it's never too early to get started! Strong first or baby teeth set the stage for strong permanent teeth, and help children play, learn, and grow. These tips and tools were designed to help you and your child care for her teeth together.

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