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Make Way for Alma’s Way!

Premiering on WPSU-TV on Monday, October 4, at 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Online Advance Screening

Saturday, September 25, at 11:00 a.m.

PBS KIDS are invited to a special online advance screening, on Saturday, September 25, at 11:00 a.m. Get to know Alma, her family, friends, and neighbors. Registration is free but required. Please complete the form below.

Screening Episodes

No-Go Mofongo

Mami whips up some mofongo for the family cookout using an old recipe from Alma’s great-grandmother. But when Alma sneaks a taste, she realizes it’s a “no-go” and tries to fix it by herself since Mami is so busy. Too bad she made it worse. Can Alma fix the mofongo in time for dinner?

Social & Emotional Learning Curriculum: Self-Awareness/Understanding One’s Own Emotions; Social Awareness/Perspective-Taking & Empathy

Alma vs Eddie – The City Seagulls are playing the Sweat Sox

That means it’s time for rival baseball fans, Papi and Abuelo, to prank each other all day! Alma and Eddie think the pranks are hi-lar-i-ous and decide to play some of their own on each other. At first, they’re both having fun, but after a while, Eddie doesn’t look like he’s enjoying himself as much as Alma. What gives?

Social & Emotional Learning Curriculum: Self-Awareness/Understanding One’s Own Emotions; Social Awareness/Perspective-Taking & Empathy; Relationship Skills/Building Friendships


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WPSU Virtual Summer Camp

Continue your adventures all year round by traveling to continents around the world and expeditions right in your backyard.

Movies in the Park

WPSU and Centre RegionParks and Recreation are teaming up to bring you family Movies in the Park 2021! Bring your blanket, chairs and snacks to Tudek Park, in State College to watch some of your favorite PBS KIDS characters in full-length movies!

  • Registration is highly recommended and offered on a first-come, first served basis.
  • Social distancing will be enforced by using 10 ft. circles, 6 ft. apart in the grass. Please register once per family/group of 4 people for each movie you want to attend by clicking on each link below.
  • Each circle can only hold four; if you have more than four people in your family, you will need two registrations and two circles.
  • The park will be open for people to claim their spots at 7:00 p.m. The movies will start as soon as it is dark enough to project.
Molly of Denali: The Great One

Molly of Denali: Molly and the Great One

Molly learns about Grandpa Nat’s dream to climb to the top of Denali in honor of the first person to do so, real-life Alaska Native, Walter Harper. Molly tries to get Grandpa and her father to climb North America’s highest mountain!

Thursday, June 10

Registration Closed

Ready Jet Go

Ready Jet Go! One Small Step

Jet and his Boxwood Terrace friends learn all about Neil Armstrong and the Apollo Space Program as they embark on a sleepover on the Moon.

Thursday, June 24

Registration Closed

splash and bubbles

Splash and Bubbles: One Big Ocean

Splash, Bubbles, Dunk, and Ripple embark on an epic journey across the sea to help a friendly young turtle. Along the way, they learn that even a small gesture can greatly affect their friends and neighbors in the ocean.

Thursday, July 8

Registration Closed

Wild Kratts: Cats and Dogs

Wild Kratts: Cats and Dogs

While on the African savanna, Martin and Chris observe lots of wild cats and dogs. Soon, the Wild Kratts kids are calling in from all over to ask about cats and dogs and whether they’re like their own pets.

Thursday, July 22

Registration Closed

Wild Kratts Alaska

Wild Kratts Alaska: Hero’s Journey

While creature adventuring in Alaska, one of Aviva’s breakthrough inventions falls overboard and attaches to a sockeye salmon, jumpstarting a wild chase upriver through the wilderness. The Wild Kratts track the incredible salmon run, a quest fraught with obstacles and amazing creature connections around every bend.

Thursday, August 19

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WPSU PBS Kids Adventure Pack

Calling All PBS Kids!

When your family makes a gift of $6 per month, we’ll send to you, as our thanks, a backpack full of materials that your family can use with WPSU’s virtual summer camp!

Your gift will help to make educational children’s programming possible for all of our friends across the WPSU viewing area.

Backpack Package

This pledge premium is a backpack with 8 weeks of themed activities and some basic summer supplies like pencils, kids’ scissors, glue sticks, construction paper, and journals. Each week’s WPSU Virtual Summer Camp with Kate will feature a lesson on that week’s theme, an activity related to that theme, and links to PBS KIDS games, pages, and videos. Weekly themed activities will include making a bird feeder, building an “ant hill,” and germinating beans to watch them grow. Some of the other things that will be in the backpack include, paints, cotton balls, pipecleaners, twine, modeling clay, and a plastic petri dish.

Sponsor a Backpack

With school out until fall, keeping up through summer learning is more important than ever. You can choose to increase your gift to receive two backpacks. We will send you both backpacks and you can choose where it goes, whether it is directly to someone you know or donated to a food bank, a library, a church, free school lunch program, or other entity.

Make Your Gift Today »

WPSU Virtual Summer Camp with Kate

Thursdays at 6:00 p.m.

July 2 – Oviparous Animals
July 9 – Summer
July 16 – Wetlands
July 23 – Plants: Seed to Table on the Farm
July 30 – Weather
August 6 – Backyard Exploration
August 13 – Earth/Recycling
August 20 – Insects

PBS Kids Halloween

Celebrate Halloween all this month with new shows and activities from PBS Kids!

New Halloween Specials

Encore Halloween Specials

Arthur and the Haunted Tree House

This Halloween is sure to be the spookiest ever for Arthur and his friends. Their tree house sleepover seems to be haunted…but by what?

Thursday, October 25 and Tuesday, October 30


Curious George: A Halloween Boo Fest

Get ready for a spook-tacular good time with Curious George – in his first-ever Halloween movie. This fun-filled adventure is a bewitching treat for the whole family!

Friday, October 19 and Tuesday, October 30


The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Halloween!

The Cat in the Hat takes Nick and Sally on a Halloween ride filled with howlers and shockers and scary fandangles, big laughs and music and fun from all angles! Their fright-filled adventure takes them deep into the Oooky-ma-kooky Closet where Nick and Sally discover the very best Halloween costumes ever.

Friday, October 19 and Monday, October 29

Look for Halloween-themed original episodes the second half of October from Ready Jet Go!, Pinkalicious, and more.

Kids Activities

Make a Spider

Create your own creepy, yet cute handprint spider to hang in your window. Directions, plus simple homemade costumes, PBS KIDS character pumpkin carving templates, and not-so- cary stories are available online* at pbs.org/parents/halloween.

Don’t have internet access? Contact WPSU at 814-863-5481 to have these materials mailed to you.


WPSU offers WPSU KIDS, a 24-hour TV cable channel and a livestream. With high-quality, proven content now available 24/7 we’re making it easier than ever before for families to watch and explore together in a fun way that sparks curiosity and inspires learning.

Ways you can watch PBS KIDS 24/7

  • WPSU live stream
  • Over-the-air on WPSU-TV
  • Cable TV (check with your provider)
  • Roku and Apple TV
  • WPSU.org
  • Tablets and mobile devices
  • WPSU app
  • PBS KIDS app

WPSU delivers on our mission in an even more impactful way–providing families in 24 counties with 24/7 access to enriching, quality TV content, and more opportunities for families to watch and play together – anytime and anywhere.