Love PBS Kids and have Amazon Prime? Starting today, Prime Members can now add even more PBS KIDS shows to their Prime Membership for just $4.99 a month – including more than 1,600 episodes of children’s programming. Last week my kids got to party with PBS Kids to celebrate this.
The PBS KIDS subscription will bring subscribers access to even more content from series that support social-emotional development and literacy skills, as well as science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills. Kickstart your children’s learning at home with fun, educational shows like Wild Kratts, Ready Jet Go! and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, which helps young children learn life’s lessons.
In addition to PBS KIDS, Prime Members can access tons of popular kids subscriptions and content from Ameba, HooplaKidz, Nursery Rhymes Club and All Babies Channel through Amazon Channels.
Prime members can head over to PBS KIDS on Amazon Channels to enjoy a free 7- day trial today!
For more background, Amazon Channels – launched late 2015 – is an over-the-top streaming subscription program that provides Prime members with the ability to easily add more than 70 video subscriptions to their existing membership.
Amazons Channels includes numerous benefits for viewers, such as:
· Free trials on all subscriptions
· Special Prime member pricing
· Latest episodes available simultaneous with broadcast
· Convenience of one account
· One Watchlist across all subscriptions
· Self-service cancellation of any subscription at anytime
· IMDb X-Ray integration
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