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The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! is an award-winning series designed to spark a love of learning and an interest in science and math for preschool-aged children.
ReadingRockets.org looks at how young children learn to read, why so many struggle, and what we can do to help.
Dinosaur Train embraces the fascination that preschoolers have with both dinosaurs and trains while encouraging basic scientific thinking and skills.
Play matching, alphabet and concentration games from your favorite WETA Kids characters.
Your very own WETA kid can now watch favorite TV shows whenever he or she wants!
The goal of SciGirls is unapologetically bold: to change how millions of girls think about science, technology, engineering and math.
Get answers to the many questions parents and educators have about children and television.
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The longest-running news and public affairs program on public television, Washington Week has been a broadcast journalism mainstay for more than four decades.
Choral Showcase presents the best in classical choral music from Washington and beyond each Sunday evening.
Historian Garrett Peck discusses the history of brewing in the nation's capital. D.C.'s beer heritage dates back to 1770 and claims some very innovative brewers.
Curious George uses George's insatiable curiosity as a way of acquainting preschoolers with key concepts in math, science and engineering.
Luis Araya immigrated to Arlington, Virginia from Bolivia in 1966, when very few Latinos lived in the county. He reflects on the changes he has seen over the years and the influence of Latinos in Arlington today.
For more than 30 years, WETA has proudly partnered with Ken Burns to bring landmark documentaries to the nation via public television.