WQPT PBS viewers increasingly watch programming online, on the PBS Video App—and most importantly, on their own schedules.
To best serve you—our viewers, we changed our televised schedule.
"Now, more than ever, there are numerous ways (on-air, online, digital access) for kids and families to enjoy WQPT PBS KIDS programming," said Dawn Schmitt, General Manager. "This schedule adjustment enables us to serve our television viewers more effectively. We look forward to continuing to provide you with the programs you share with your families."
The series stars 4-year-old Daniel Tiger (pictured), son of the original Daniel Striped Tiger (from Mister Rogers Neighborhood), who invites young viewers into his world, giving them a kid’s eye view of his life. Explore more
Weekdays | 9:00AM & 12:30PM
Each day, the Wombats discover an exciting new challenge that puts their creativity and problem-solving skills to the test. And thanks to their collaborative network of family, friends and neighbors across the Treeborhood, they always win the day!
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WQPT PBS' Mr. Scott encourages children to ask questions, try different ways of using materials, and explore the world around them. Mr. Scott shares inexpensive (or free) ways to interact with children and help them discover the wonders surrounding them. Whether it be a new way to look at trees or a fun new way to spell their names—it's fun to explore right outside your home. In addition, Mr. Scott videos give you simple instructions to help kids have fun! Explore more
Work It Out Wombats stars Malik, Zadie, and Zeke—three energetic and creative marsupial siblings who live with their grandmother in her treehouse apartment complex.The playful trio will demonstrate computational thinking (CT) for preschoolers, a way of thinking that enables them to solve problems, express themselves, and accomplish tasks using the practices, processes and ideas at the core of computer science.
“Like most preschoolers, Malik, Zadie, and Zeke are curious and naturally inclined to explore the world around them,” said Sara DeWitt, Senior Vice President and General Manager, PBS KIDS. “We’re excited to bring the Wombats and all their fun adventures to kids across the country, inspiring them to work with others to solve problems and tackle challenges.”