"Aqua Kratts Week" on PBS!

Monday, December 23, 2013

PBS KIDS’ “Aqua Kratts Week” started today on PBS! Kids can join the WILD KRATTS brothers for a week of under-the-sea fun during “Aqua Kratts Week.” New and favorite episodes will take kids on a journey through the depths of our world’s ocean, meeting nautical animals along the way.

Three new episodes will premiere during “Aqua Kratts Week” with a focus on science classification, amphibians, and coral reefs, along with two other undersea episodes. A full list of episodes is below!

The following is a list of episodes that will air during “Aqua Kratts Week,” December 23 – 27 (check local listings for air dates and times).

“Sea Horse Rodeo,” December 23 
While exploring the world of the sea horse, Martin and Chris uncover a plot by Donita Donata to capture these amazing creatures and turn them into living jewelry. Science Concept: Scientific Classification

“Blowfish Blowout,” December 24 
When the miniaturized Kratt Brothers get swept up and lost in a current of plankton, they become part of a crowd of fish larva all headed to the most populated and diverse habitat on Earth – the coral reef. Science Concept: Early life cycle of reef fish and volume measurement.

“Speaking Dolphinese,” December 25 
The Wild Kratts are on a mission to decode the secret language of one of the smartest creatures on Earth – Dolphins! Science Concept: Animal communication.

“Aqua Frog,” December 26 
While the Wild Kratts explore the life cycle of the Bull Frog, they uncover a plot by Zach Varmitech to destroy the frogs’ habitat. With the help of some Wild Kratts kids, the team moves quickly to stop Zach. Science Concept: Amphibian Life Cycles.

“Rocket Jaw: Rescuer of the Reef,” December 27 
While checking out how coral reefs are formed, the Wild Kratts discover that Zach and Donita have sent robotic Parrotfish to collect coral to make jewelry. Martin and Chris must use the power of the greatest hunters of the reef to stop this evil plot. Science Concept: Introduction to Coral Reef and active mimicry.

**Note this information was provided to me so I could share with my readers on behalf of PBS Kids**


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