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Looking for a fun way to get your kids back into the learning groove? Join us on Facebook Live to meet creators from PBS KIDS shows, do fun activities with local science partners, and more. Register for one (or all!) of the sessions below.

"Dinosaur Train" | PBS KIDS
The "Dinosaur Train" gang. | PBS KIDS

  • Thursday, August 6 at 12 p.m.
    Dr. Scott from Dinosaur Train
    Catch Dr. Scott from "Dinosaur Train" on a live Q&A with a paleontologist, followed by an activity with our friends from the L.A. Zoo. Appropriate for ages 3-8 and parents! Register on Eventbrite.
Elinor of "Elinor Wonders Why" smells a flower. | PBS KIDS
Elinor of "Elinor Wonders Why" smells a flower. | PBS KIDS

  • Thursday, August 13 at 12 p.m.
    Jorge Cham from Elinor Wonders Why
    Mix art with nature as you learn to draw Elinor, the main character the new PBS KIDS show "Elinor Wonders Why." Appropriate for ages 3-8 and parents! Register on Eventbrite.
Odd Squad characters at headquarters, season 3
The Odd Squad gang at headquarters. | PBS KIDS

  • Thursday, August 20 at 12 p.m.
    Agent Orla from Odd Squad
    Sign on to make a blog with Agent Orla from "Odd Squad," followed by a science activity with our friends from Compass Charter Schools. Appropriate for ages 3-8 and parents! Register on Eventbrite.
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