PBS Kids Games: A Brief Overview

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If your child loves shows like "Super Why!" and "WordWorld" from the PBS Kids TV line-up, he or she will love to play games with these characters on the PBS Kids web site.

PBS Kids was founded in 1993 by the Public Broadcasting Service as the brand for their non-commercial children's programming. Dedicated to education and the promotion of positive role models for kids, the site advocates strong educational values. PBS Kids offers free online computer games associated with the channel's programs to help children feel more familiar with the shows' characters.

Games on the PBS Kids games site include Oscar's Trash Collection, a sorting game from "Sesame Street", Super Why's Reading Power Bingo, Maze Mania from "WordGirl," Build Your Own Treehouse from "It's a Big, Big World" and many others.

Check out more other ways to keep your kids busy for hours at ParentDish's That's Entertainment.
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