Most Popular Kids TV Shows

Kids TV shows are series or programs which are specially designed for childrens, normally scheduled for broadcast during the morning and afternoon when children are awake as well as sometimes run during the early evening, allowing younger children to watch them after school. 

Most Popular Kids TV Shows

The main purpose of this article is to discuss some most popular kids TV shows which are famous all around the world.  Without wasting any time let’s get started. Before starting the article let us clear one thing: the number is not a ranking it’s just a listing method.

1• Dora The Explorer

Dora the explorer is about an eight year old courageous girl, Dora, embarks on a trip with her best friend, Boots, in order to find something that interests her. This is one of the educational TV shows for kids because they got the chance to solve the puzzle while watching this program. This show was created by Chris Gifford, Valerie Walsh Valdes and Eric Weiner.

2• Clifford the Big Red Dog

While exploring their island home, Clifford, a 20-foot red dog who loves stories, and his owner Emily Elizabeth explore new adventures. They live on Birdwell Island together with their friends, where they practice good citizenship. The series builds on the scholastic book series by Norman Bridewell by emphasizing social-emotional skills and promoting early literacy and imaginative play.

3• The Magic School Bus

Ms. Frizzle and her class go on field trips in “The Magic School Bus” by Scholastic. The Magic School Bus takes kids on a virtual ride based on the best-selling series of the same name. The bus that transforms into a plane, submarine, spaceship, or surfboard carries Ms. Frizzle and her students on super adventures while teaching them about science.

4• Barney and Friends

Featuring songs, dances, and games that make learning fun, Barney, the purple dinosaur, and his young friends enjoy adventures together. The Dino-Pals are joined by a cast of children featuring Baby Bop, BJ, Riff and Baby Bop. Care, sharing, and learning are the main themes of the show.

5• Teletubbies

Anne Wood and Andrew Davenport created the British children’s television series Teletubbies for the BBC. A baby-faced sun interacts in a fun way with Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa, and Po as they go about their days in Teletubbyland.

6• Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?

The show is an animated television series based on a series of computer games. DIC Productions L P produced this series. It won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Children’s Animated Program in 1995.

7• Blues Clues

Blue, the animated puppy, helps the audience find three clues to something they need help figuring out as their human host welcomes them to “Blues’ Clues”. Blue and her friends stop to listen to what the audience has to say, inviting viewers to participate. 

8• Arthur

An animated educational television series for children ages 4 to 8 developed by Kathy Waugh for PBS and produced by WGBH, Arthur is adapted from Marc Brown’s book series Author Adventure.

9• Sesame Street

Sesame Street is a beloved program for children and adults alike, and a staple of PBS. Children learn numbers, colors, and the alphabet from Big Bird and many of his friends. The show is set on a street filled with many learning opportunities, featuring Bert and Emie, Oscar the Grouch, and Grover, just to name a few.

Conclusion

There are a number of TV shows for children that are known for their unique concepts. Even though it is pretty difficult to include all of them in this article, all the kids TV shows that are mentioned above are some of the most educational television series for children and are also loved by adults as a result of their educational concepts. If we missed any other famous TV shows, please let us know. 

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