PBS KIDS Video 4+

Stream & Download Fun Episodes


Designed for iPad

    • Free


Watch live TV, stream, and download episodes with PBS KIDS Video! Safely stream videos from shows like Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Wild Kratts, Sesame Street, Curious George, Odd Squad, Alma’s Way, and more!

Watch safe videos for your kids anytime, everywhere! Download free episodes and bring the fun of learning to your child, at home or on the road. Watch educational shows from PBS KIDS Video to encourage learning for toddlers and early grade school children.

PBS KIDS Video is a safe, kid-friendly streaming video app for children. Free educational episodes and clips are added weekly. Your child will play, learn and grow watching shows designed to spark their imagination and curiosity.

Stream, watch, and download free videos that are child safe. You can also watch free live TV from the PBS KIDS 24/7 channel on the app with no subscription or login! Enter your zip code and tap “LIVE TV” to see what’s on your local station.

* 2022 Webby Winner and People’s Voice Winner - Apps and Software - Family and Kids App
* Webby People's Voice Winner in Apps, Mobile, and Voice: Best Streaming Service (2020)
* Winner of Webby People's Voice for Best Family & Kids Mobile App (2020)
* Parents' Choice Recommended Mobile App (2017, 2013)
* Cynopsis Kids !magination Award Winner for Best Educational App (2012)
PBS KIDS Video Features

-Watch 400+ free full episodes of over 35 PBS KIDS shows
-Stream live TV or watch over 5,000+ clips from shows children love
-Download shows to watch offline
-Educational entertainment live or on demand

Watch new episodes every week from your favorite PBS KIDS shows, including:
-Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
-Wild Kratts
-Sesame Street
-Odd Squad
-Curious George
-Alma’s Way
-Donkey Hodie
-Elinor Wonders Why
-Xavier Riddle & the Secret Museum
-Dinosaur Train
-Pinkalicious & Peterrific
-Molly of Denali
-Hero Elementary
-Clifford the Big Red Dog
-Let’s Go Luna
-Nature Cat
-The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That
-And more!

*TV schedule for your local PBS station
*Learn more about a TV series, such as intended age and learning goals
*Download kids learning apps from PBS KIDS
*Buy full episodes and shows from the App Store
This app update is only compatible with iOS 12 or higher.

The PBS KIDS videos may only be viewed from within the United States. This is due to restrictions on PBS's license to offer this service.

Currently, select shows can be downloaded: Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Alma’s Way, Donkey Hodie, Dinosaur Train, Elinor Wonders Why, Jelly Ben & Pogo, Let’s Go Luna, Peg + Cat, Odd Squad, Sesame Street, SUPER WHY!, Wild Kratts, Word World, and Xavier Riddle & the Secret Museum. Additional shows will become available for download in the near future.

PBS KIDS Video is a key part of PBS KIDS’ commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of children through curriculum-based entertainment—wherever kids are. More PBS KIDS videos may also be found online at pbskids.org/video.

Funding from corporate sponsors supports PBS KIDS’ mission to use the power of media to open worlds of possibilities for all children. To acknowledge the vital support that PBS KIDS receives, brief messages from corporate sponsors are included at the start of select full-length episodes on the PBS KIDS Video App. You can support PBS KIDS through the selection of other apps and TV shows available in the App and iTunes Stores.

The PBS KIDS Video app gives kids and parents access to thousands of free videos, including full episodes and clips from top PBS KIDS series. With this app, kids can watch their favorite PBS KIDS shows anytime, anywhere! PBS KIDS, the #1 educational media brand for kids, helps children ages 2-8 learn lessons that last a lifetime.

This app was designed by PBS KIDS.

What’s New

Version 6.7.4

Performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
166.1K Ratings

166.1K Ratings

mdzuskeujrdjdtdmdmtffffm ,

Great, but a couple errors

The PBS Kids team when I was laying my arm on the iPad. It’s switch to jelly, Ben and Pogo but when I saw it it played an episode of Sesame Street and also even when I press and open the sidebar thingy it said it was showing Sesame Street. And also, I was watching KOCED5 and KLCSDT2, digital subchannels of KOCE and KLCS and there are few errors. First off, on KOCED5, the 30 second or so bumper that says that they keep PBS Kids whenever you want at the end still has the old PBS Kids logo despite it have being almost a year since the logo released . Now for KLCSDT2. For some reason Sid the Science kid is only on weekends and this goes for KOCED5 too. They should put it on weekdays too. Second off, on airings of Sid, the branding seen 2 generations ago is seen and the old E/I bug is seen. This does not go for KOCED5. Second off, for Martha Speaks, it also shows the old E/I bug and shows the bumpers one generation ago. Martha Speaks is not on KOCED5 so no need to mention it. Now last, The Cat in the hat knows a lot about that. Same as Martha Speaks but no E/I bug. This does not go for KOCED5. Oh, and I forgot to mention. Super Why. One of the promos seen has the old logo while the other doesn’t. Could you please remove ALL references of the old logo. And KCET. I like that KCET airs PBS Kids in the manner of a Saturday morning block but could you add a few extra hours? Please accept all my suggestions please!

Sheepguy42 ,

Great content, unstable app with quirky behavior

PBS Kids is dependable for having the best kids content—I never worry about what my kid is watching if I have him in here on Guided Access.

It does, however, tend to crash/freeze a bunch (especially on older devices like an iPad Air 2, but also on our Apple TV HD) and for some reason often fails to stop the auto-playing stream when you choose something different to watch. This is worst on Apple TV, where you might try clicking to see the next Daniel Tiger episode from the TV app’s ‘up next’ selection, only to have the audio from an episode of Arthur (or whatever is next in the “Live TV” lineup) playing simultaneously with the Daniel Tiger episode — both at the same volume. I’ve learned to force quit the app then go directly to it to navigate to (in this example) Daniel Tiger, but the same thing can still happen even on iOS/iPadOS when choosing a video to watch while the “Live TV” selection is playing.

Developer Response ,

Hi Sheepguy42, Thanks for your kind review and detailed feedback. We will look into the double audio and crashing issues and try to fix them ASAP. If you have any other information to share or need help with anything in the app, please feel free to reach out to us at help@pbs.org for support. Hope this helps! - the PBS KIDS team

Specialneeds mom ,

Thank you for being FREE

Hello, I am a mom of a special needs teen I myself being an autistic adult with a special needs teen consistency really matters. When I had cable my daughter and I would watch the PBS kids 24/7 channel and our local PBS station alternating between the 2. I can no longer afford cable so I have an Apple TV device and we have the PBS kids video app. I’m so thankful that your app is FREE. Where as the competition channels are not free. You need a cable subscription which we do not have. But your station is FREE: I’m also so glad that you have brought back some of the older shows on the PBS kids video app such as Word World, Sci Girls, Mister Rogers Neighborhood and Maya and Miguel. My daughter LOVES word world we’ve struggled to find a place we can watch it and I can put it on for her my daughter is super excited for the new Daniel Tiger content coming out. I’m just all around so happy with your app. So thank you for being amazing and having an amazing app that we can enjoy for years to come.!

Developer Response ,

Thank you for your kind review! We're glad you and your daughter are enjoying all our PBS KIDS shows. These reviews make our day and are the reason why we continue to produce and make our content available to as many people as possible. Thanks again for your support. - PBS KIDS


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