Have you ever wanted to travel the world in search of adventure? Now you can with “Let’s Go Luna!” This new animated PBS KIDS series encourages kids ages 4-7 to explore and appreciate cultures from all over the world, while they build global citizenship and social skills. The series follows the adventures of three friends - Leo, a wombat from Australia; Carmen, a butterfly from Mexico; and Andy, a frog from the U.S. - as they traverse the globe with their parents' traveling performance troupe, "Circo Fabuloso." At each of the Circo's stops, Luna the moon guides the trio as they experience the local language, music and daily life.
Premiering Nov. 21 at 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., “Let’s Go Luna!” brings an innovative approach to social studies for young viewers. The series takes kids on an informative and imaginative exploration of global culture to make connections between communities all over the world, integrating concepts of anthropology, history, ecology, geography, and sociology.
In “Let’s Go Luna!,” the Circo visits all seven continents, giving Luna and her friends the opportunity to learn about a variety of destinations, like:
To start your journey, visit aetn.org/kids for exciting activities, such as helping the Circo kids decide where to go next. Then, print off recipe cards to share your favorite family recipes with friends. As you visit amazing people and places around the world with Luna, Leo, Carmen and Andy, collect postcards from Alaska, China and Mexico. Write a message on the back of a postcard and send it to a friend or family member who lives far away. Ask them what makes their city special!
For more fun games, exciting videos and activities, visit pbskids.org/luna.
Wednesday, Nov. 21, at 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.