PBS KIDS Digital Series OH NOAH! Launches New Videos and Games To Introduce Kids To Spanish On April 30, “El Dia De Los Ninos.”

New OH NOAH! content will include an immersive language learning game, “Lost and Found,” and a new 11-minute video “Making a Splash.” Kids won’t want to miss this one! I was able to watch this one and recommend it for children ages 4-7.  In addition, starting April 30th all OH NOAH! content will be accessible on mobile and tablet devices via pbskids.org/noah.

Geared to kids ages 4-7, OH NOAH! features the comic misadventures of Noah, a young boy staying with his grandmother in a community where almost no one else speaks English. As he tries to learn Spanish and makes new friends, misunderstandings land him in wacky predicaments, but he always manages to rebound and cheerfully learn from his mistakes. I love this as I think it teaches children a powerful message.

The New content includes the following:


  • “Making a Splash,” a new 11-minute video: On a sweltering day, Brisa invites Noah and Nell to go swimming. Noah is hesitant because he can’t swim. With Nell’s encouragement, Noah decides to get swimming lessons, but because of a misunderstanding, Noah ends up performing tricks with a waterskiing team instead.
  • An interactive “Games in Video” version of the “Making a Splash” video that includes embedded language-learning mini-games.
  • New short videos, including an extended version of the music video “Puedo nadar!” (“I can swim!”) and a highlight reel of Pequeño’s funniest moments from the series.
  • “Lost and Found,” a new immersive language-learning game: Players join Noah and Nell on an interactive scavenger hunt. Players seek help from friends and neighbors to decipher Spanish words and locate missing objects, and encounter a series of fun mini-games along the way.
  • OH NOAH! will be mobile-friendly and accessible through smartphones and tablets.

Don’t miss OH NOAH!

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