KQED Kids TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for KQED Kids in the Sacrmnto

This is the KQED Kids TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Sacrmnto. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

9:00 AMClifford the Big Red Dog 
T-Bone falls in love. Meanwhile, Clifford tries to make the perfect Valentine for Emily.
9:30 AMPinkalicious & Peterrific 
10:00 AMSesame Street 
The letter X is featured on "The Letter of the Day Show."
10:30 AMSuper WHY! 
Woofster and the Super Readers jump into a book about a canine superhero; and help little puppies that are in big trouble.
11:00 AMWordWorld 
Sheep and Bear lose one of Cat's Os; Dog's friends plan a surprise birthday party for him.
11:30 AMSplash and Bubbles 
Dunk ignores his old friends when he makes a new friend in Puffy, a female pufferfish; and Bubbles and Dunk investigate an earthquake that shook the reef.
12:00 PMSid the Science Kid 
Season 2 opener: Sid and his friends put on a show in the backyard, featuring their favorite science songs.
12:30 PMCaillou 
The prospect of a camel ride frightens Caillou after Leo informs him that camels are mean and like to spit.
1:00 PMPeep and the Big Wide World 
Chirp builds a nest; a duck is stuck in a log.
1:30 PMMartha Speaks 
T.D. brings a prehistoric creature to the present using a time machine; the Wagstaff Dogs football team discovers a new coach in prim and proper Carolina.
2:00 PMSesame Street 
The letter X is featured on "The Letter of the Day Show."
2:30 PMDaniel Tiger's Neighborhood 
Daniel learns how to relax his body; and Daniel and Prince Wednesday want to stay up all night.
3:00 PMDaniel Tiger's Neighborhood 
Daniel learns about loss when his fish dies; and Daniel and Katerina pick strawberries in the Enchanted Garden.
3:30 PMPinkalicious & Peterrific 
4:00 PMThe Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! 
Sally and Nick meet and learn about fireflies; the kids learn about snails on a snail expedition with Cat.
4:30 PMDinosaur Train 
5:00 PMLet's Go Luna! 
Senor Fabuloso has lost his creativity and must find it in his hometown of Barcelona; in Barcelona, Carmen makes a new friend and Senor Fabuloso reunites with a childhood friend at the book fair.
5:30 PMNature Cat 
Nature Cat and his pals fly kites in the park, but the fun takes a bad turn when a wind gust lifts Squeeks' kite high into the sky with Squeeks still holding on; and Daisy, Squeeks, Hal and Nature Cat visit a swamp.
6:00 PMWild Kratts 
The monarch butterfly's 2000-mile migration is investigated.
6:30 PMWild Kratts 
7:00 PMXavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 
Inspired by the best-selling kids book series, Ordinary People Change the World, by New York Times bestselling author Brad Meltzer and illustrator Christopher Eliopoulos.
7:30 PMMolly of Denali 
Molly and the gang organize an outhouse race to determine who will become "Winter Champions"; Molly decides to create a tutorial video to help her Great-Aunt Merna train her dog to find her keys.
8:00 PMOdd Squad 
A villain gains access to one of Oscar's gadgets; and Polly Graph quits her lemonade stand.
8:30 PMArthur 
Arthur's in a marbles tournament. His foe: his grandmother. Then Brain has a string of bad luck just before Friday the 13th.
9:00 PMReady Jet Go! 
Mindy worries about a new addition to her family; and Mindy is excited about showing off her Pluto model at a school show.

How to Watch KQED Kids

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