Spanish language and music learning come to PBS KIDS GO! through two new animated children’s web series, Chuck Vanderchuck’s “Something Something” Explosion and Noah Comprende, demonstrating PBS’ continued commitment to offer engaging and educational media for children across all platforms.
Chuck Vanderchuck’s “Something Something” Explosion engages children in a variety of musical genres while also stimulating creativity. Noah Comprende introduces children to the Spanish language through animated videos with embedded games. Both properties are designed for children ages 6-9 years old and will roll out new webisodes monthly on PBSKIDSGO.org. Each webisode integrates original games and activities into the narrative, allowing kids to interact with the characters. Chuck Vanderchuck’s “Something Something” Explosion and Noah Comprende are both funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).
“Chuck and Noah are lovable characters that will take kids on interactive, virtual learning adventures,” said Lesli Rotenberg, Senior Vice President, Children’s Media, PBS. “These new web-originals will give children the opportunity to explore music, covering genres ranging from salsa to rock, and the Spanish language, including vocabulary words like manzana and leche, through engaging games and video.”