1. Sid the Science Kid (PBS). Sid takes problems that have to do with scientific theory and problems, like how things work, and uses a comedic approach to figuring out the answer. This show helps children learn about scientific tools and concepts, senses, changes and transformations, health, simple machine, backyard science and more. Sid is very age appropriate and engages children watching the show by using humor to teach them about the science that surrounds us in everyday life.
2. Super Why! (PBS). The main character in this show is Whyatt and this show takes place at Storybrook Village where all the fairy tale characters reside. The goal of this show is to teach kids how to solve a problem using literacy. One of the characters has a problem and Whyatt, his friends, and the audience use books to help them solve the problem.
3.The Magic School Bus (TLC). The Magic School Bus takes kids to places where we would never be able to go such as the solar system, the human body and more. This show takes science and imagination to a new level by engaging the characters by turning them into red blood cells, turning the magic bus into a spaceship and more.
4.Sesame Street (PBS). Sesame Street is a classic educational children's show. This show shows puppets and children communicating as they go on learning adventures. Sesame Street is always teaching children something new from letters, manner, reading and more. This is a great show for your children's to learn from.
5.Team Umizoomi (Nick jr). Team Umizoomi is a mathematical show. Every episode Team Umizoomi recieves a mathmatical problem through bot that they set out to solve. This show is very interactive and helps make mathmatics fun for children.
6.Dora the Explorer (Nick jr). Dora is a seven year old little girl who speaks english and spanish. She teaches children all about colors, numbers, shapes and more while teaching children basic spanish. Dora encourages children to interact with her in her world as she goes on her adventures.
7. Imagination Movers (Disney). This show follows three movers (gentlemen) who work in an "idea warehouse." They receive "idea emergencies" that they need to solve. They come up with different solutions and test them out using comedy, song, music and behavior to find the right solution.
8. The Little Einsteins (Disney jr.) The Little Einsteins is another interactive show that encourages children to play along as The Little Einsteins travel to real life places. The little Einsteins teach children about real life places, music, art, and more.
9. The Backyardagins (Nickelodeon). The Backyardagins are five characters that live in the backyard. The Backyardagins teach children all about music from soft rock to opera as they go on imaginative adventures.
10. Bubble Guppies (Nick jr). Bubble Guppies is a school of fish that are always on their way to school when they find a subject of interest. Throughout the show they find different ways to look at the subject with the help of their teacher Mr. Grouper.