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If you are looking for a great gift to give kids of all ages, PBS Kids has just the thing for you... 
Wild Kratts: Wildest Animal Adventures was released in September and I am thinking it is going to be under many trees this holiday season!  


DVD: 
What better way to learn about cool creatures and science than to 
go on an around the world adventure with Martin and Chris Kratt! 
In this new set, featuring 20 episodes full of adventure, mystery 
and laugh-out-loud-comedy, kids will learn about natural history 
and witness many never-before seen wildlife moments. From 
discovering the secret of the Draco lizard’s gliding abilities in 
“Flight of the Draco,” to digging up the answer to the mystery of 
why worms come above ground when it rains in “Mystery of the 
Squirmy Wormy,” all the “WILD KRATTS” episodes in this set 
will have kids learning and having fun. More than 10.5M 
households tune in to watch “WILD KRATTS” each month! 

Series Information: 
“WILD KRATTS” transforms Martin and Chris Kratt into 
animated versions of themselves, allowing the real-life 
zoologists to visit wild animals in their little-seen habitats and 
to showcase key science concepts along the way. Geared 
toward kids ages 6 to 8, each episode of “WILD KRATTS” 
presents age-appropriate science inspired by the natural 
abilities of the animals that the Kratt brothers – and young 
viewers – meet. The series premiered on PBS KIDS in January 
2011 and is part of PBS’ ongoing commitment to STEM – 
science, technology, engineering and math – education for kids. 

Episodes include... 
Creature Adventures - Mom of a Croc; Whale of a Squid; Aardvark Town; Flight of the Draco; Mystery of the Squirmy Wormy; Platypus Café; Build it Beaver; Voyage of the Butterflier XT; Honey Seekers; and Bass Class 

Jungle Animals - Walk on the Wetside; A Huge Orange Problem; Birds of a Feather; and Googly-Eye: The Night Guru 

Lost at Sea - Speaking Dolphinese; and Blowfish Blowout 

Predator Power - Stuck on Sharks; Mimic; Little Howler; and Raptor Roundup 

Comments

  1. You know, I've never heard of it until now. Making science fun is a great foundation though, I really like that!

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  2. Mica loves that show. I have no clue what the age audience is, but he likes it. He asks to play PBS games, and wants to jump to this show's games.

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