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PBS Oh Noah / Noah Comprende

Oh Noah/ Noah Comprende

We’ve shared with you before how PBS is embracing bilingualism with their show Oh Noah. For their second season they added even more bilingual fun to their site. Today Oh Noah or Noah Comprende continues to be a fun bilingual resource for kids. Check out the website here.

Sid the Science Kid

Sid The Science Kid/ Sid El Niño Científico

Sid The Science Kid is an educational animated series that promotes science readiness in preschool-age kids. Sid uses music and humor that celebrates a child’s natural curiosity. Check out the Spanish website here.

Curious George games in spanish

Curious George In Spanish

We all know the lovable Curious George, and we celebrated when PBS made Curious George games available in Spanish. So head on over to the Curious George “juegos” page and enjoy with your niños.

Maya and Miguel

Maya and Miguel

Maya and Miguel features two ten-year-old twins and the many adventures they find themselves in. They live in a diverse neighborhood where their familia and amigos are often part of the crazy situations Maya and Miguel are in. You can find Spanish activities and games at the Maya and Miguel site.

PBS Parents

PBS Parents

PBS Parents is an online resource for parents where you can find everything from child development information, education, games, and birthday parties information just to name a few. This page is available in both Spanish and English. Check it out here.

PBS Kids Lab

PBS Kids Lab In Spanish

You can find plenty of Spanish games and activities featuring your niños favorite PBS characters in Spanish at the Kids Lab!

Plaza Sesamo

Sesame Street

- As we all know Plaza Sésamo is the Spanish version of Sesame Street with an addition of original and lovable Spanish-speaking characters. The show airs on Vme and you can check out their Spanish website for games and tips for parents here.

- In addition, you may also love the the bilingual Sesame Workshops. Below are some of the resources that can be found in the Sesame Workshop.

 
Special ¡Gracias! to PBS SoCal for providing these resources!

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