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Change is coming to the KMOS Daytime schedule beginning February 6, 2023!

On that day, KMOS will premiere a new PBS Kids series called Work It Out Wombats! and will also change the order of programs airing between 5 a.m. and 5 p.m. on channel 6.1, with minor changes on the weekend mornings.

The schedule will consolidate all the PBS Kids programming into one eight-hour block, eliminating the interruption of 'general audience' programs in the middle of the day. This will allow for a better viewing experience for children. These changes will not affect the schedule on PBS Kids channel 6.4 and on the PBS Kids App.

Beginning Monday, February 6 the KMOS 6.1 Weekday Schedule will be as follows:

5:00a.m. Arthur 

5:30a.m. Odd Squad 

6:00a.m. Molly of Denali 

6:30a.m. Alma's Way

7:00a.m. Wild Kratts 

7:30a.m. Curious George 

8:00a.m. Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood 

8:30a.m. Rosie's Rules

9:00a.m. Sesame Street

9:30a.m. Work It Out Wombats! *

10:00a.m. Donkey Hodie 

10:30a.m. Pinkalicious & Peterrific 

11:00a.m. Elinor Wonders Why 

11:30a.m. Nature Cat

12:00 Hero Elementary

12:30p.m. Xavier Riddle and the Secret Museum 

1:00 – 5:00p.m.  General Audience Programming

5:00-7:00p.m.  News

 * Work It Out Wombats! 

Zeke, Zadie & Malik

This new animated series for kids ages 3-6, stars a playful trio of marsupial siblings - Malik, Zadie and Zeke - who live with their grandmother, Super, in their treehouse apartment complex. The series will introduce computational thinking concepts that will help young viewers solve meaningful problems, learn flexible thinking and how to express themselves - all while using the practices and processes at the core of computer science. Each episode includes two 11-minute stories, accompanied by a 90-second music video, featuring the Wombats as they demonstrate their computational thinking skills, learning as they go. Their aspirations sometimes exceed their abilities, but with every problem they encounter, the trio stops, takes a breath, puts their heads together and comes up with a workable solution, using the design process, sequencing, debugging and other key computational thinking skills. Whether they are tackling a big mess by breaking down the job into smaller tasks, creating a process for finding a lost beloved stuffy or solving the mystery of a scary sound in the neighborhood, the Wombats are always able to work it out.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Work It Out Wombats! TM/© 2022 WGBH Educational Foundation. All rights reserved.Credit: Courtesy of Work It Out Wombats! TM/© 2022 WGBH Educational Foundation. All rights reserved.