Odd Squad: PBS Kids’ Smart New TV Show

Earlier this week, I attended a screening of Odd Squad, a new TV show for kids on PBS Kids. The show is educational and fun! Odd Squad It features an adorable, quirky cast and the cutest puppets you’ll ever see. Odd Squad is an agency run by kids and they investigate anything strange or unusual. In quintessential PBS Kids style, Odd Squad teaches kids as they watch. Computing fractions, how to tell time and other learning lesson are creatively woven into the plot. Yucky foods caused the kids in the audience (preschool-early elementary ages) to laugh uproariously…Did you say broccoli pudding? How about egg salad pizza? Yuck! This is definitely one of the best new kids shows on TV. Thanks, PBS Kids!

The cast of Odd Squad
The cast of Odd Squad
Agent Olive being interviewed at the screening of Odd Squad
Agent Olive being interviewed at the screening of Odd Squad
Odd Squad 2
Odd Squad solves a mystery
At the screening with my friend Candi
At the screening with my friend Candi
The fabulous KidSpace museum, Pasadena
Screening at the fabulous KidSpace museum, Pasadena

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Christina Simon: Los Angeles, California, United States I'm the mom of a daughter (15) and a son (12) who attend Viewpoint School in Calabasas. I live in Coldwater Canyon with my family and a rescue pit bull, Cocoa. Contact me at csimon2007@gmail.com

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