This is the WTTW PBS Kids TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Rockford Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|1:30 AM||Dinosaur Train |
The Pteranodons travel to the North Pole, where Don wishes to see snow fall again. They also stop to watch the aurora borealis.
|2:00 AM||Let's Go Luna!: Luna's Christmas Around the World |
Luna, Leo, Andy and Carmen try to save Christmas while learning different holiday traditions.
|3:00 AM||Wild Kratts: A Creature Christmas |
The Kratts put their Christmas celebration on hold when creatures go missing.
|4:00 AM||Odd Squad |
Olive and Otto help Santa find his missing reindeer; and Ms. O is on Santa's naughty list.
|4:30 AM||Ready Jet Go! |
Jet pitches an idea for the annual Boxwood Terrace Christmas Pageant, and not only is it accepted, he gets to direct it.
|5:00 AM||Cyberchase |
Hacker imperils Mother's Day by derailing a train that picks up a rare flower that symbolizes the holiday. Math topic: decimals.
|5:30 AM||Cyberchase |
Creech's dad Max is named "Cyberdad of the Year" for the annual Father's Day parade, but a jealous Hacker sets out to sabotage the event.
|6:00 AM||Ready Jet Go! |
The kids and Celery help Sunspot get to Jupiter for his Red Spot Club meeting; and Uncle Zucchini learns about the three states of water (solid, liquid and gas).
|6:30 AM||The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About Christmas! |
The Cat, Nick and Sally help a lost reindeer return home to Freezeyourknees Snowland in time for Christmas. They're helped by various animals, including African elephants and bottlenose dolphins.
|7:30 AM||Peg + Cat |
Peg and Cat need the 3 Bees to produce honey so that they can make a honey cake; Peg and Cat coach skiing penguins.
|8:00 AM||Clifford the Big Red Dog |
Emily Elizabeth and Clifford try to break a record for the tallest stack of doggy biscuits, but Clifford has the hiccups and keeps knocking down their tower; and Emily Elizabeth gets inspired to create a happy song, but she forgets to practice.
|8:30 AM||Pinkalicious & Peterrific |
Pinkalicious and Peter meet a mossling named Flossie who hears musical sounds in her stream.
|9:00 AM||Sesame Street |
Elmo's friends indulge him in becoming a dog walker by pretending to be different kids of dogs.
|9:30 AM||Esme & Roy |
Hugo and Fig head to Monster Sitters' HQ for a day of superhero fun, but while they're playing, Fig decides she wants to fly like Hugo; Tillie hurt her leg and can't go on a trip to Monster Mountain, the most exciting amusement park in Monsterdale, so the Monster Sitters try cheering Tillie up with silly songs and dances.
|10:00 AM||Super WHY! |
The Super Readers enter into a math-centric story to help Pig, who's having trouble with arithmetic.
|10:30 AM||Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood |
Daniel isn't sure he wants to share a new toy with his friends; Daniel and Katerina share a tutu in order to put on a Jungle Dance show with their friends.
|11:00 AM||Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood |
Daniel learns that mistakes happen when he accidentally knocks a basket of objects off the table during Science Time at school; and Prince Wednesday accidentally spills milk when he and Daniel help Baker Aker make cookies.
|11:30 AM||Dinosaur Train |
The kids learn that the train has added an aviary car. Later, they take a hike through the woods, where they observe life returning following a forest fire.
|12:00 PM||Dinosaur Train |
Buddy and Tiny meet a huge dinosaur and learn how he keeps cool in the heat; the kids discover many different flowers near Big Pond while looking for flowers to give to Mom on Mother's Day.
|12:30 PM||Pinkalicious & Peterrific |
Peter thinks he's too short to do fun activities, so he makes shoes that let him jump really high.
|1:00 PM||Let's Go Luna! |
Carmen enlists a Sumo wrestler to put on an exhibition match with Luna.
|1:30 PM||Nature Cat |
Daisy wants to see the Queen of the Night cactus bloom, but it only happens at night in the desert; and Nature Cat and pals help Squeeks find a real space rock for his rock collection.
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