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Meet Noah. He’s staying with his grandmother in a neighborhood where almost no one else speaks English… except for Nell, his new best friend. Together, they’re meeting new friends and trying to learn Spanish. But that’s where the trouble starts!

The PBS KIDS video and gaming series OH NOAH! introduces children ages 4-7 to Spanish language through the comic misadventures of nine-year-old Noah. When misunderstandings land him in wacky predicaments, he always manages to rebound and cheerfully learn from his mistakes.

OH NOAH! is filled with fun ways for children and their families to learn Spanish along with Noah. Check out //pbskids.org/noah/ on your computer, tablet, or smartphone for a wealth of resources, including:

  • Videos featuring Noah, Nell, and their friends – including interactive videos with embedded games
  • Curtain Up!, a digital storytelling game
  • Lost and Found, an immersive language-learning game
  • Minigames like Match It, Word Race, and You Catch It, You Keep It
  • Printable activities, including a Family Activity Guide
  • …and more!

New OH NOAH! videos and games launch on April 30 – “El Día de los Niños.” WNET, the producers of OH NOAH!, are partnering with NLCI to help leverage OH NOAH! content in key communities across the country at events on April 30 and beyond.

Visit PBS LearningMedia for lesson plans and activities related to OH NOAH! videos and games.

Check out PBS Parents for more activities for parents and caregivers to do with their children.

Join the conversation about OH NOAH! at facebook.com/OhNoahPBSKids and on Twitter @OhNoahPBSKids!


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