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Explore and learn online! The internet is a wonderful resource for kids to explore the world around them. With PBS Kids websites at their side, every day presents an oppor tunit y for a new adventure – from the backyard to the night sky. And with PBS Kids webpages, you can feel confident that your children are in a safe, educational web environment. At pbs.org /parents /explore you'll find field guides, activities, games, parenting tips, healthy recipes and more! So let your kids explore the everyday wonders of the world around them with their favorite characters from Curious George, Arthur, Super Why and Sesame Street! TPT Public ad 2_25x4_875_final 10-2008.ai 10/8/2008 2:04:13 PM

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Broadband player What do Hacker, Word Girl, Ruff, and Buster all have in common? It isn’t animation and a love of ice cream (or in some cases, Chinese food). They're all on the new PBS KIDS GO! Broadband player! The Player is a digital playground for innovative games and video experiences for kids six to nine years old. What can kids do on this site? Watch full episodes and short clips, play exciting and new interactive games, customize and create their own playlists, and interact with their favorite characters. Kids can watch what they want, when they want! It's a site just for them! So visit tpt.org and click on the PBS KIDS GO! link

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Twin Cities Public Television magazine. April and May 2009 program guide.

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Twin Cities Public Television magazine. April and May 2009 program guide.

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