Make PBS KIDS Holiday Programming Your "Special Thing"
December 18, 2014 Leave a Comment
One of my earliest memories is sitting on my grandma’s lap watching holiday shows together. It was something we did for many years – long after the time when sitting on my grandma’s lap was cool – but it was our special thing. And as one of 20 grandkids, I cherished those special things whenever I could.
This week, we get the premieres of many PBS KIDS holiday shows. Peg and Cat, Daniel Tiger, and Thomas are off on holiday adventures that you can share with the children in your life. Each show is airing several times, so take a look at the WPT schedule and set aside a half hour or two to put your child on your lap and share a special moment with your favorite PBS KIDS friends.
Here are just a few of the episodes airing over the next week.
In “The Hanukkah Problem,” Albert Einstein teaches Peg and Cat how to make a 2D piece of paper into a 3D dreidel. When Santa Claus is in trouble in “The Christmas Problem,” Peg and Cat have to figure out how to make and wrap presents for all the children of the world and deliver them using 100 sleighs.
On Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Daniel learns that if he takes one step at a time, he can overcome his fear and learn to do new things. He learns to sled and ice skate in “Daniel’s Winter Adventure” and performs The Nutcracker Ballet in “Neighborhood Nutcracker.”
A huge snowfall in Sodor means that Thomas, Connor, and the other engines will have to work together to clear the tracks and get the passengers home in time for Christmas in “Coming Home for Christmas.”
Have a wonderful holiday and don’t forget to take time for the special things.
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