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When i first started my coaching business my goal was to get as many 1-on-1 clients as possible

When I first started my coaching business my goal was to get as many 1-on-1 clients as possible. At first I loved working 1-on-1, but it didn’t take long before I found myself feeling drained and dreading my clients’ calls.

Which is when I started to experiment with re-designing my business and discovered how to create both “passive” and “leveraged” income streams. Passive income is money that flows in from the sale of products or programs that have already been created. Leveraged income is large amounts of income created from very little time spent, such as with a membership program.

It didn’t take me long to see that EVERY business has the opportunity to create both kinds of income. But, creating passive revenue can take some time. Which is why I recommend focusing first on creating leveraged income streams such as membership programs.

Now, maybe you’re thinking, “Sounds great Kendall, but I’m not sure how a membership program fits in with MY business.”

Keep in mind that a membership (or “continuity”) program does not always look like the typical “coaching club.” There are MANY varieties of membership-style programs you can offer to achieve your goal of creating leveraged income.

So let me share an example that will help you see how adding a membership program is totally possible for you, plus I’ll give you THREE quick tips to help you design your own membership offer, okay?

Let’s start first with an example. Initially, my Platinum client, Sandra Martini, didn’t see where she had an opportunity to offer a membership program. Sandy’s business focuses on coaching entrepreneurs on how to get their Internet marketing — tasks such as article submissions, social networking, and sending out an ezine — done.

Instead of trying to create the typical “pay for information” coaching club, we designed a membership model based on Sandy doing the work FOR her clients.

BINGO! Within a few short months she had picked up several new clients for her “done for you” service. Since then, she’s launched two more popular done-for-you services. (You can hear more about how Sandy re-designed her business in a special, exclusive interview series I recently recorded, called “Success Stories: How Did She DO It?” (Click here to access this interview recording.)

Here are three more quick tips you can use to creatively add membership in-come to your business.

Tip #1 Consider “Done For You” Services Instead Of Just Supplying Information

People are so busy these days that they’ll happily pay to have YOU do a task for them. With the right team in place, this can be a powerful source of income for you because your clients quickly become “hooked” and never want to leave you.

Tip #2 Take A Look At Repackaging What You Already Do

Often there’s a way you can take the information you provide your 1-on-1 clients and re-purpose it into a membership program. For example, with a little imagination and creativity you can create ecourses, and teleseminars set up on replay schedules, each delivering information in bite sized pieces.

Tip #3 Create Specialty “Mini” Membership Income Streams

My Platinum client, Sandy, created three different membership-style offers by focusing each one on a specialized topic. For example, one “mini” membership service she offers is her “Social Networking Done For You” which focuses exclusively on providing daily and weekly social networking tasks for her clients, thus saving them tons of time and energy.

Keep It Simple So You Can Implement Your First — Or Your Next — Membership Income Stream Quickly

My advice is to start by offering something that reuses your existing content, or is a natural extension of what you already coach or consult your clients on. Remember, simple means speed, and speed means a quicker path to cash!

With the summer in full swing, now is the perfect time to get in some quick and easy office bonding

With the summer in full swing, now is the perfect time to get in some quick and easy office bonding. Keeping your employees happy and cultivating good working relationships is a proactive way to keep your turnover down and worker happiness up. The main reason that people stay at a job is because they like the people they work for and with. Happy workers are also more productive and provide better customer service, so if you want employees to stay engaged in the work and bring their best to work everyday; it is wise to invest in building workers bonds.

Many companies hire outside parties to come into the office and hold company bonding events that are educational or instructional. While this practice is good in theory, it tends to be expensive and create fewer interoffice bonds than these companies would lead you to believe. Other businesses take their employees on outings or retreats. This can also be timely and expensive and leave many of your employees wishing they were at home with their families instead of having forced fun. Unless you can take your entire staff to Hawaii like Oprah Winfrey did, off campus trips are often not worth the time and money. On the other hand, effective office bonding can be cheap and easy by simply organizing an office picnic at a nearby park.

Organizing a picnic is an inexpensive and logistically simple way to get your employees together and create deeper company bonds. Your company picnic will insure that everyone knows each other, strengthen existing bonds and create new ones. At a picnic, allow and encourage your employees to bring their partners, their kids, and their dogs and let their hair down around their co-workers. This kind of out-of-office bonding is rarely done, and can be a great way to ward off job hopping.

To organize your office picnic, start by appointing someone to be in charge of the picnic. Choose an organized and enthusiastic person on your support staff to be the point person for the effort. Have them do some initial communication about the picnic such as a sign in the break room or an email invite. A headcount of interested parties should be taken in order to start making arrangements. The coordinator can then choose a date and time that suits as many people as possible. Sunday mid-afternoons tend to be the best times because they won’t interfere with most religious events or family get-togethers. An evening after work is also possible during long summer days. Make sure to scope out a spot for your picnic before inviting your employees. Choose a spot that has a covered picnic table(s) if possible or a shady spot with picnic tables and grills. Choose another spot as a backup since your first choice could be taken on the day of the picnic. If any of your employees have dogs, make sure that the park you choose is pet-friendly. If your employees have children, make sure that the spot you pick is close to a jungle gym. Send your employees a map and directions to your picnic location along with the phone number of the point person. Let them know that they can call this person if they get lost or have a question.

The company should foot the bill for the food. Use a grocery list and purchase what you need before the picnic. Buy enough meat, buns, sides, drinks and ice for your employees making sure to account for any dietary needs that your employees or their spouses have (this information should be gathered when you do your final headcount). You can encourage your employees to bring desserts or a homemade specialty if you like. If you know that lots of children will be present at the picnic, you can bring Frisbees or water guns for them to play with.

Arrive at the picnic fifteen minutes ahead of time to setup. Appoint two willing people to grill duty. This can be a hot job in the summer and it helps to have a tag team manning the grill. The owner or President of the company should not be on grill detail as they should be making sure to speak to everyone. This is the time for the boss to socialize and express their appreciation for their employees by taking an interest in them and their family.

Keep things light and have fun. If you want to add structure to your picnic, you can start with opening words of welcome and praise for your team’s hard work. Otherwise, I suggest letting your employees organically mingle and get to know one another. Above all, lead by example by being relaxed and talking casually to everyone at the picnic. For more information about how you can grow your company the smart way, visit

Like every business organization family business has a unique set of challenges and problems

Like every business organization family business has a unique set of  challenges and Problems.

The Keyword is challenge

Family Business mixes pride and passion with pain and glory and a very hardworking pathway to success. Sometimes a family finds peace and prosperity without apparent effort, while others seem to lurch from one crisis to the next.

We can define Family Business success as achieving, A Happy Family within a Strong Business. Success is more of a challenge at a family owned business because we strive to produce both desirable outcomes, within set time frames. We have twice the responsibility that is the happy family and the strong business.

Obviously Family Businesses go through various stages of growth and development and it becomes more challenging for the second generation or the subsequent generation that enters the business.

A famous saying about family owned business in Mexico is “Father, founder of the company, son rich, and grandson poor” . The founder works and builds a business, the son takes it over and is poorly prepared to manage and make it grow but enjoys the wealth, and the grandson inherits a dead business and an empty bank account.

Family Business is Hardworking Pathway to Success

Below we have listed some of the paramount challenges faced by family owned business which determines the success, growth, and continuation of a FAMILY BUSINESS.

1. EMOTIONS – Family problems will affect the business. Divorce, separations, health or financial problems also create difficult political situations for the family members.
2. INFORMALITY – Absence of clear policies and business norms for family members.
3. RESTRICTED VISION – Lack of outside opinions and diversity on how to operate the business.
4. CARELESS DOCUMENTATION – No documented plan or long term planning.
5. FAMILY MEMBERS COMPENSATION – Dividends, salaries, benefits and compensation for non-participating family members are not clearly defined and justified.
6. CONFUSED ROLES – Roles and responsibilities must be clearly defined.
7. PRESSURE TO HIRE FAMILY MEMBER – Hiring family members who are not qualified or lack the skills and abilities for the organization. Incompetency should not be tolerated.
8. GREATER COMPENSATION TO NON FAMILY MEMBERS – It is a common myth that family members will receive more compensation in a family business and develop a attitude of incompetency towards management.
9. PLANNING FOR SUCCESSION – Great conflicts and division are the result of no proper plan for handing the power to the next generation.
10. ESTATE PLANNING AND RETIREMENT – Long term planning to cover the necessities and realities of older members when they leave the company.
11. PROBLEMS IN COMMUNICATION – Difference in level of seniority and emotions like envy, fear, anger invoke zero communication in members.
12. DISABILITY TO CONTROL – Difficulty in controlling the operations of the organization, other family members and lack of supervision in day to day activities leads to more problems.-

But as we all know that Families and Businesses come from different worlds. Like oil and water … they cannot be mixed. But, families have always built businesses together… and they always will.

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Contents the show ran about the same time as and covered similar topics to beakman’s world, in fact sharing one crew member, editor/writer/director michael gross

The show ran about the same time as and covered similar topics to Beakman’s World, in fact sharing one crew member, editor/writer/director Michael Gross. He made an appearance on the Disney Channel’s New Mickey Mouse Club in its forty-eighth episode Anything Can Happen Day. Before this show, Bill Nye had previously worked alongside Christopher Lloyd in Back to the Future: The Animated Series, where Nye played Doc Brown’s assistant and demonstrated several experiments.
Bill Nye the Science Guy has been likened to a modern Mr. Wizard. Bill’s TV persona is a tall and slender scientist wearing a lab coat and a bow-tie. He mixes the serious science of everyday things with fast-paced action and humor. Each show begins with Bill walking onto the set, called “Nye Labs”, which is filled with scientific visuals (including many “of science” contraptions announced dramatically, such as “The slingshots of Science!”) relevant to the topic of the show. Most episodes contain a mock song parody and music video in the “Soundtrack of Science” by “Not That Bad Records”, substituting a scientific roundup of the episode for the lyrics to a popular song. Each show ends with Bill explaining his departure in a clever description of an activity on topic. The credits sometimes rolled next to a series of outtakes from the episode. Other times, outtakes are shown at the time they actually happened.
Another popular member of the cast is the announcer Pat Cashman, whom Nye knew from his time on Almost Live!. Some announcers who subbed in for Cashman include Ernie Anderson, Gary Owens, and Brian Cummings. In 1996, Bill made a guest appearance on Cartoon Network’s talk-show Space Ghost Coast to Coast in its twenty-fourth episode, Boo! with Michael Norman. A year later, he made a guest appearance on the long-running PBS series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
List of episodes
Episode number
Episode name
“Soundtrack of Science” Parody song
Nyevana – “Smells Like Air Pressure”
Parody of “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana
Earth’s Crust
Magmadonna – “Crust”
Parody of “Vogue” by Madonna
J.C. – “Mr. Dino”
Parody of “Mr. Wendal” by Arrested Development
No music video
Sure Floats-alot – “Bill’s Got Boat”
Parody of “Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-a-Lot
Attraction Action – “G-R-A-V-I-T-Y”
Parody of “Twilight Zone” by 2 Unlimited
Dy Gestion – “Can’t Eat This”
Parody of “Can’t Truss It” by Public Enemy
Phases of Matter
Phaze Change – “Solid Liquid Gas”
Parody of “Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)” by Digable Planets
Bio Di Versity – “We’re all Connected”
Parody of “Connected” by Stereo MC’s
Simple Machines
The Pulley Ramp Five – “ABC’s of Machinery”
Parody of “ABC” by The Jackson 5
The Moon
The Lunatics – “Moon Cycle”
Parody of “Bicycle Race” by Queen
Gloria Wavelength and the Vibrations – “Sound is a VIBE”
Parody of “I Will Survive” by Gloria Gaynor
Trash E. Trash – “R.E.C.Y.C.L.E.”
Parody of “Respect” by Aretha Franklin
Stress N’ Tension – “Let’s Talk About Stress”
Parody of “Let’s Talk About Sex” by Salt-n-Pepa
Earth’s Seasons
A Tilted Development – “Rhyme and Season”
Light & Color
The Bent Wavelengths – “Light and Colour”
Parody of “Trust and Dread and the Fugitive Mind” by Megadeth
Mighty Chondria – “Cellular Haze”
Parody of “Purple Haze” by Jimi Hendrix
Electrical Current
Billy Ray Cyrcuits – “AC/DC Charge”
Parody of “Achy Breaky Heart” by Billy Ray Cyrus
Outer Space
Elve Centuri – “Celestial Hotel”
Parody of “Heartbreak Hotel” by Elvis Presley
The Eye Doctors – “Two Eyes”
Parody of “Two Princes” by The Spin Doctors
N.S. Cool J. – “Opposites Attract”
Parody of “Insane in the Brain” by Cypress Hill
Wind Dee – “Wind Is In Your Hair”
Parody of “Groove Is In The Heart” by Deee-Lite
Blood and Circulation
AB+ – “Blood Stream”
Parody of “Love Shack” by The B-52’s
Chemical Reactions
Chemical Reactions – “Don’t Try This at Home”
Parody of “State of Attraction” by Paula Abdul
Static Electricity
The Sticky Socks – “Static Electricity”
Parody of “Turning Japanese” by The Vapors
Food Web
Food Webby Web – “(It’s The) Food Web”
Parody of “Who Am I (What’s My Name)?” by Snoop Dogg
Light Optics
Queen Lighteefa – “B.E.N.T.”
Parody of “U.N.I.T.Y.” by Queen Latifah
Bones and Muscles
Steppenbone – “Bones in my Body”
Parody of “Born to be Wild” by Steppenwolf
Gulfstream Girls – “Deep Ocean Currents”
Parody of “California Girls” by The Beach Boys
LeHot – “LeHeat”
Parody of “Le Freak” by Chic
UB Buggy – “Jah Mon, Insects Rule”
Style Parody of UB40
Torquer – “Balance This”
Parody of “Get Off This” by Cracker
The Sun
Deep Yellow – “My Favorite Star”
Parody of “Highway Star” by Deep Purple
En Lobe – “Whatta Brain”
Parody of “Whatta Man” by En Vogue with Salt-n-Pepa
John Cougar Loggincamp – “Second Growth”
Style Parody of John Mellencamp
Mary Chapin Communicator – “How Can We Communicate”
Parody of “He Thinks He’ll Keep Her” by Mary Chapin Carpenter
Momentisey – “The Faster You Push Me”
Parody of “The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get” by Morrissey
No music video – the commercial-free PBS version of the episode, however, had a brief spoof entitled “Cold Blooded”.
Parody of “Hot Blooded” by Foreigner
Warm -n- Wetta – “Fresh Aire”
Ali Veoli – “What A Pair”
Style Parody of Tatyana Ali
The Planets
No music video
PSI Garden – “Pressure”
Parody of “Spoonman” by Soundgarden
Rhoda Dendron – “Cross Pollination”
Parody of “Human Behaviour” by Bjrk
Rocks and Soil
Sedimentary Fools – “Rocks Rock Harder”
The ERG’s – “N-R-G”
Style Parody of the Beastie Boys
Evolver – “Survival”
Style Parody of Veruca Salt
Water Cycle
J.A.C. – “Water Cycle Jump”
Parody of “Jump” by Kris Kross
Grace Slip – “Friction Happens”
Dose of Soap – “Just Wash Your Hands”
Parody of “Don’t Turn Around” by Ace of Base
Climate Report – “Whether the Weather”
Parody of “Lucas With The Lid Off” by Lucas Secon
Big Amplitude – “Baby I Love Your Wave”
Parody of “Baby, I Love Your Way” by Big Mountain (originally by Peter Frampton)
Ocean Life
James Baleen – “Power To The Plankton”
Style Parody of James Brown
Fake Fur – “Jennifer’s A Mammal”
Parody of “Institutionalized” by Suicidal Tendencies
Spinning Things
House of Spin – “Spin Around”
Parody of “Jump Around” by House of Pain
Salmon Dave – “I’m a Sole Man”
Parody of “Soul Man” by Sam & Dave
Human Transportation
Carpoolio – “Move Groove”
Parody of “Fantastic Voyage” by Coolio
Maria and the Mudflaps – “Where The Land is Wet”
LL Bloo J. – “Talkin’ Bout Birds”
Shirell Crow – “All We Need To Do”
Parody of “All I Wanna Do” by Sheryl Crow
Animal Locomotion
Bjorn Turun – “Loco Motion”
Parody of “Everything Zen” by Bush
Rivers and Streams
Talking Headwaters – “Take Me To The River”
Parody of “Take Me To The River” by Talking Heads
Knute Trishan – “Good Food”
Marine Mammals
Marina Cesealia – “Breathe Like Me”
Parody of “I Know” by Dionne Farris
Mistah Richter – “Earthquake Rumble”
NTV Top 11 Video Countdown
Mudhoney – “Bill Nye The Science Guy Theme”
Foo Spighters – “This is A Spiders Life”
Parody of “This Is a Call” by Foo Fighters
Pollution Solutions
No music video
Steven Odd – “50 Fifty”
Parody of “Loser” by Beck
Dare L. Pseudo – “Pure Proof”
Parody of “100% Pure Love” by Crystal Waters
Daisy Birdsenbees – “So Many Flowers”
Mob Barley – “Diggin'”
Parody of “Jamming” by Bob Marley
Deserette – “Always Dry”
Parody of “You Oughta Know” by Alanis Morissette
P-Swamp All Stars with DJ Hoppy – “The Amphidelic Mothership Metamorphisis”
Style Parody of George Clinton the P-Funk All Stars
Volcanque – “Lavaflows”
Parody of “Waterfalls” by TLC
S. Khar Go – “Crawl Away”
Parody of “Runaway” by Janet Jackson
Vinny Vein and the Pumpers – “Gimme Back My Heart”
En Vent and the Process – “It’s An ‘ing Thing”
La Binary – “One Zero 001”
Parody of “Be My Lover” by La Bouche
Etchton Stone – “Fossil Man”
Parody of “Rocket Man” by Elton John
The Tim E. Zone Experience – “Time Time Time Time Time…”
Parody of “Time Has Come Today” by The Chambers Brothers
Krime Seen – “We Will Find You”
Parody of “We Will Rock You/We Are the Champions” by Queen
Space Exploration
The Space Princess of Galactic Grooviness – “Planets All”
Parody of “Set You Free” by Planet Soul
Alice in Genes – “It’s Called Genetics”
Parody of “Killing in the Name” by Rage Against the Machine’
The Artist Formerly Known as Archie T. – “Makin’ Plans”
Parody of “All Mixed Up” by 311
Chris Ballew – “Farm Food”
Parody of “Peaches” by The Presidents of the United States of America, of which Ballew himself is a member
Life Cycle
Roberta Fungi – “Everything Has A Life Cycle”
Parody of “Killing Me Softly” by Roberta Flack
Do-It-Yourself Science
Nye & The Family Crust – “Do It Yourself Science”
Parody of “Hell” by Squirrel Nut Zippers
Atoms and Molecules
Third Nye Blind – “Atoms in My Life”
Parody of “Semi Charmed Life” by Third Eye Blind
Ocean Exploration
The Posies “Voyage of the Aquanauts”
Lakes and Ponds
The Foggy Boyz – “Found of Lakes and Ponds”
Parody of “Tha Crossroads” by Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
Turbinator Two – “Come On Use Your Brain (Smell This)”
Parody of “C’mon N’ Ride It (The Train)” by Quad City DJ’s
Batilda & Guano – “Cave Thing”
Parody of “Shake Your Groove Thing” by Peaches & Herb
Weflo – “Drip it”
Parody of “Whip It” by Devo
Earth, Wind & Ice – “Causing the Erosion”
Style Parody of No Doubt
Comets and Meteors
Halley Comet – “Got Me Looking”
Parody of “Shadowboxer” by Fiona Apple
Mighty Might Thundertones – “Stormin'”
Style Parody of Reel Big Fish
The Meter Men – “Every Measurement You Make”
Parody of “Every Breath You Take” by The Police
Downward Spiral – “Patterns of Joy”
Style Parody of The Prodigy
“There’s Science In Music”
Parody of “The Time Warp” by Richard O’Brien
Slow Moe – “All in Motion”
Style Parody of Van Halen
Theme song
Aside from Bill himself, one of the most memorable things about Bill Nye the Science Guy is its theme song. The bass-heavy theme is set to a Hip hop beat with Bill’s name shouted throughout the duration of the song. The sound and speed fluctuations of the voice were accomplished through a vocoder and electronic pitch fluctuator. The theme song is credited to Mike Greene.
Production music
The show’s episodes consisted of several compositions from Associated Production Music, some featured tracks include:
“Act of Heroism (c)
“Blood in the Gutter” by Laurie Johnson
“Drama Impact #3”
“The Gunfighter” by Ennio Morricone
“Hit and Run” by Ralph Dollimore
“Killer Birds” by Gregor Narholz
“Saw Theme”
Many of these tracks were also featured in many Nickelodeon cartoons in the 1990s. Another common track used was the theme from the English show Dave Allen At Large, here used as the theme from “The Jackie Smazz Show.”
National Science Foundation (1993-1997)
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (1993-1997)
The Boeing Company (1993-1997)
Ore-Ida (1996-1997)
Intel (1995-1997)
Corporation for Public Broadcasting (1993-1997)
Viewers Like You (1993-1997)
Video Game
A computer game for the series, titled Bill Nye the Science Guy: Stop the Rock!, was released in 1996 for PC and Macintosh by Pacific Interactive. In the game, a large meteoroid called “Impending Dum” threatens to make a catastrophic collision with the Earth. A team of scientists develop a laser satellite-controlling computer system called MAXX to destroy the meteoroid; however, MAXX develops a personality of its own (in an obvious parody of the sentient computer HAL from the film and novel 2001: A Space Odyssey) and refuses to save the planet unless Earth’s scientists can solve seven science riddles. Nye Labs decides to take on MAXX’s challenge, and the player, depicted as the newest member of the Nye Labs team, is asked to solve these riddles before Impending Dum hits (represented through an in-game timer). The game featured a fully explorable Nye Labs, as well as video cut scenes featuring Bill Nye and other Nye Labs scientists. However, the characters and cast members from the TV series, sans Bill Nye and a few others, do not appear in this game, instead being replaced by game-exclusive Nye Labs team members and new actors.
See also
Bill Nye
The Eyes of Nye
Almost Live!
Universe of Energy – an attraction at Walt Disney World’s EPCOT Center starring Bill Nye.
Stuff Happens (TV show)
External links
Bill Nye, the Science Guy at the Internet Movie Database
Bill Nye the Science Guy at
Bill Nye, The Science Lab Official Site ( points to the same site)
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PBS Kids shows
Current shows
Angelina Ballerina   Barney & Friends   Betsy’s Kindergarten Adventures   Between the Lions   Bob the Builder   Caillou   Curious George   Dinosaur Train   Franny’s Feet   It’s a Big Big World   Mama Mirabelle’s Home Movies   Martha Speaks   Sesame Street   Super Why!   Sid the Science Kid   Thomas and Friends   WordWorld
PBS Kids GO!
Arthur   Cyberchase   DragonflyTV   Design Squad   The Electric Company (2009)   FETCH! with Ruff Ruffman   Maya & Miguel   Postcards from Buster   WordGirl
Past shows
3-2-1 Contact   Adventures from the Book of Virtues   The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon   The Berenstain Bears (2003) *  Bill Nye the Science Guy   The Big Comfy Couch   Boohbah   Captain Kangaroo   Charlie Horse Music Pizza   Clifford the Big Red Dog *  Clifford’s Puppy Days *  Dragon Tales *  The Electric Company (19711977)   Gerbert   George Shrinks   Ghostwriter (19921995)   The Huggabug Club   In the Mix   Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks   Jay Jay: The Jet Plane *  Katie and Orbie   Kidsongs   Kratts’ Creatures   Lamb Chop’s Play-Along   Liberty’s Kids   Long Ago & Far Away   The Magic School Bus ?  Mark Kistler’s Imagination Station   Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood *  Newton’s Apple   Noddy   Pappyland   PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch   Peep and the Big Wide World?   Powerhouse   The Puzzle Place   Reading Rainbow*   Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat *  Shining Time Station   Square One Television   Seven Little Monsters   Teletubbies   Theodore Tugboat   Tots TV   Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?   Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?   Wimzie’s House   Wishbone *  Zoboomafoo *  Zoobilee Zoo   ZOOM *
This list does not include shows from networks airing PBS Kids shows that are not funded directly by PBS, such as shows created by and funded by local PBS affiliates.
See also
PBS network shows   Educational television
* = No new episodes are being produced; reruns still airing on many major PBS stations or on PBS Kids Sprout.
= Not distributed via PBS, but by American Public Television.
= Airing (as of 2010[update]) on Qubo Channel.
? = Airing (as of 2010[update]) on Discovery Kids.
= Airing (as of 2010[update]) on This TV.
= Airing (as of 2010[update]) on Smile of a Child TV.
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