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PBS Kids on WCMU

WCMU prides itself on being a safe harbor of children's educational programming. Numerous studies of Public Television programming indicate that children who watch shows such as Sesame Street, Martha Speaks, SuperWHY! and Word World show marked improvement on key literacy and social skills. What's more, Public Television is cited as the number one source of media content among preschool teachers. The online educational content and resources provided by Public Television has become one of the top internet destinations for children.

Printable WCMU Kids Programming Schedule (Full)
WCMU Kids Event Schedule
Join CMU Public Television at the
Flint Institute of Art’s 30th Annual Holiday Walk

Tuesday, December 3 
from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. 

Get your picture taken with PBS Kids characters Curious George and The Man in the Yellow Hat, and participate in other holiday activities.


PBS KIDS is committed to providing the highest quality programming and learning environment for children to stimulate their curiosity, encourage interaction and foster their imagination. PBS KIDS remains a leader in the industry enriching the lives of children across the country.


PBS KIDS GO! is an engaging multimedia destination specifically created for kids in their early elementary school years - an audience with limited choices for age-appropriate content that is both entertaining and educational.
Other Resources
PBS Parents
Find tips and tools to raise an awesome kid!
PBS Teachers
PreK-12 educational resources & activities for educators.
New technology providing opportunities for learning.
An award winning school readiness program.