PBS KIDS Giveaway: Win a WILD KRATTS Prize Pack

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To the creature rescue! On Monday, January 21, the Kratt brothers dive in to an under the sea adventure in the one-hour premiere of WILD KRATTS “Lost at Sea” on PBS KIDS. The two new episodes are filled with humor, excitement and a whole lot of science.


To kick off the adventure, Chris and Martin Kratt head to the most populated and diverse habitat on Earth — the coral reef — in “Blowfish Blowout.” Then the Wild Kratts decode the secret language of dolphins, among the smartest creatures on Earth, in “Speaking Dolphinese.”

For more ways to explore creature powers, visit Also, be sure to mark your calendar and join us on Tuesday, January 15 as we chat with PBS KIDS about science and creature adventures!

Giveaway Post Prize

This week's giveaway is all about science and adventure. Five lucky winners will receive a prize pack from PBS KIDS (ARV: $50). Please follow the entry requirements outlined in the Rafflecopter widget below in order to enter.

In-Chat Giveaway Prize

During the #gno Twitter party, you’ll have a chance to win a prize. You will need to join the party on Tuesday, January 15 from 9:00 – 10:00 p.m. EST in order to enter the giveaway. Giveaway requirements and instructions will be explained during the #gno Twitter party. The winner of the in-chat giveaway will win a prize pack from @PBSKIDS.

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No purchase necessary to enter. This giveaway ends at 11:59 p.m. ET Wednesday, January 16. See all terms and conditions here. This giveaway is available to U.S. residents only.

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62 responses to “PBS KIDS Giveaway: Win a WILD KRATTS Prize Pack”

  1. Kelly D says:

    I bring my kids to places they can explore, like museums and the outdoors, and I help them do small experiments.

  2. Louis says:

    PBS has great educational shows, in addition we spend time outdoors (backyard safaris) or learn more on the web

  3. Jennifer Marie says:

    We like doing experiments.

  4. Alyssa says:

    My daughter is naturally curious about how things work, so we encourage exploration and questions. We’re regulars at museums, nature preserves and the library, so there’s no shortage of opportunities to encourage her love of science and nature.

  5. jeannine s says:

    we do experminets, read about it

  6. Gricelda Castro says:

    We do some experiments and take them to the local exploratorium.

  7. SB Cee says:

    Most of our science experiments happen in the kitchen and involve making food together. Having fun with food is a good motivator.

  8. Thuy Vu says:

    I read to my kids about science. They love reading about dinosaurs and animals.

  9. My daughter loves to do nature walks and pick wild flowers….we love also laying on our backs while camping and having a ‘star adventure”

  10. Christie L. says:

    We love to go to the science center by our house!

  11. Laura says:

    We watch PBS, read books, visit museums, and spend lots of time outside in nature.

  12. Debbie Terry says:

    We have a year round pass to the San Diego Science Center in San Diego. As she grows she can “play” and learn about new concepts.

  13. Robin O says:

    We try to do projects at home that involve science and experiments and lots of discovery!

  14. We like visiting our local museum.

  15. Lucrecer says:

    We are huge PBS fans and we watch a lot of shows about science. Plus, the library is always a great resource.

  16. Shannon Rhea says:

    Educational shows on PBS

  17. I keep it simple. We do experiments on things that wow them and keep them asking how does that happen.

  18. hands on learning is the most fun! 😀

  19. We are regular creature adventurers, and will be seeing the Kratt brothers live in Orlando next month. We can’t wait!

  20. Krista says:

    With two science teachers in the house we are always talking about nature and science, how things work and all things creature based! Just go outside and look around!

  21. We like to get outside and explore!

  22. Ashleigh Gunter says:

    We love to explore the outdoors! 🙂

  23. By watching Wild Kratts, of course! We also read lots of science books geared towards children!

  24. My Grands love Science .They are always doing experiments.And we do it together

  25. Mary says:

    My sons not only love the science presented on Wild Kratts, they also love that the main characters are 2 brothers, like them!

  26. tiffany c says:

    We love going to the open air musuems for adventure/exploring and library to read and learn about science! At home we have fun experiments too, to increase their curiosity about why things work the way they do. We have board games and science toys that are fun and we play together as a family to encourage their love of all things science!

  27. @n210ss says:

    By exploring & experimenting to enjoy science and adventures!

  28. Nichole McKinnon says:

    my daughter’s school is hatching salmon eggs, she loves that

  29. MAMOTTS says:

    science is in everything we do from baking cause and effect, to crafts- making brd houses to gardening- I try to make everything fun learning even moving- cause and effect- thirst and all

  30. We are always outside and always discussing nature and how things work. (and love the Wild Kratts and their orginal show as well) Great giveaway, thank you so much for the opportunity. @littleislandstu

  31. Jeanette E. says:

    My boys love Wild Kratts! We also enjoy going on nature walks and to museums!

  32. Crystal Moyer says:

    they love going out on hikes ad anything outdoors! we do it al the time

  33. Diana says:

    Going to museums and watching shows

  34. Sadie says:

    We enjoy nature with bug nets and jars. We love to capture, observe and release bugs.

  35. Lisa says:

    we go to museums to learn more about science and make it more fun

  36. tracy p. says:

    i got to say tv shows really help get them into science.

  37. ria clarke says:

    By watching all the great science themed shows on pbs kids like wild kratts and sid the science kid

  38. Cindy C. @cangoninny says:

    Watching PBS, reading books, and doing science experiments.

  39. Sara Haaf says:

    We experiment a lot inside and outside.

  40. We take them to the zoo, aquarium, and let them explore outside and at the park!

  41. Cherise says:

    We play outside, a lot!

  42. L Cavalletta says:

    We explore the outdoors at local parks, green spaces, museums, and enjoy creating science adventure projects.

  43. Jules says:

    SO excited for this! My kids LOVE PBS kids and especially Wild Kratts!! 😀

  44. Tim B says:

    We watch Wild Kratts & Sid The Science Kid on PBS and go to museums like the ImaginationStation and Natural History Museum when on vacation

  45. Melissa Cross says:

    I show them how exciting it is and that I still enjoy learning new things.

  46. Katie Sexton says:

    Hands on at our local Discovery Center

  47. I love science so my kids are lucky we do hands on projects ! Makes it fun !!

  48. Rebecca Bew says:

    Lol! People have to get their kids to like science and adventure? My kids live for it! Try getting them out of their milkweed garden or stop catching (and bringing in the house) bugs, frogs, and lizards! My kids live for science – it’s in their blood (I teach science). They are addicted to the Wild Kratts and have every episode committed to memory!

  49. I love watching PBS with my child & nieces & nephew. Always wonderful information about science, English & manners

  50. My kids are naturally interested in science and they LOVE the Wild Kratts! But it does help that I am also interested in science so we are always talking about it, reading books, watching NOVA or other documentary type shows.

  51. Aimee W says:

    We love to watch the discovery channel, read books and create our own science projects!

  52. We got outside, go to museums, do kitchen experiments, and watch shows on PBS Kids like Sid the Science Kid, Dinosaur Train, and Wild Kratts! 🙂

  53. erin dear says:

    By making it fun!

  54. Tee says:

    Kids are natural explorers! I just make sure I give my daughter more opportunities to learn about science!

  55. janflora says:

    We love science from gardening to chemistry. One of our favorite places is the Virginia Living Museum, learning about animals and plants, astronomy too! and we have fun kits, games and activities, even a microscope and telescope. I explain how cooking is a science and how the ecosystems work. I think we do pretty well 🙂

  56. Chris Lienemann says:

    We encourage the kids to ask a lot of questions and do a lot of talking about why things happen, like why leaves fall off of the trees in the winter, what type of things different animals eat, etc. Its always fun to hear what the kids are thinking, and to see them take some basic science ideas and run with them, asking more questions and making guesses as to what the answers might be! The kids also love going to the children’s museum and going for hikes in some of the local nature parks in the area.

  57. We take him on mini adventures and ask him lots of questions making him find out the answers

  58. Jim Lipscomb says:

    I am excited about nature so i tell my daughter things I have learned when we hike outdoors.

  59. When my kids view science videos online or on Television, this sparks their motivation to explore in real life or outdoors. They love to experience and see what they have learned.

  60. Erica Best says:

    by making it fun for them

  61. Shemp DeYoung (@shempgames) says:

    My kids learned a lot about science from the Kratts’ previous show Zoboomafoo. But, the most from Crocodile Hunter and Mythbusters.

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