This new series takes of from the delightful movie Home, about a girl who befriends a hapless alien named Oh. It picks up where the hit 2015 animated film left off with best friends Tip & Oh navigating through the kooky combination of alien and human culture they now live in. We are delighted to present an exclusive clip from the series, premiering July 29, 2016 on Netflix.
Julie Andrews has a new series for kid about the performing arts! I love that idea. STEM is important, of course, but the arts are what fuel the imagination and provide the satisfaction of creative expression. They also promote empathy and cooperation. Can’t wait for this!
Set in a LEGO world, the Scooby gang try to rescue an old movie studio, which is not only threatened by developers who want to tear it down, but by a series of movie monsters, which are suddenly haunting the place.
I have one to give away!
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with Scooby in the subject line and tell me your favorite cartoon dog. Don’t forget your address! (U.S. addresses only). I’ll pick a winner at random on May 20, 2016. Good luck!
New on PBS: Mack and Moxy Teach Kids About Compassion, Learning, and Helping Others
Posted on April 19, 2016 at 3:30 pm
These days even adults can feel frustrated at the prospect of trying to find a good way to help others. So it is especially welcome that a new television series for kids has some gentle lessons about making a difference to spread kindness and generosity. Mack and Moxy is a great new PBS show for kids about compassion, empathy, heroes, and helping others.