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Brand New PBS KIDS Show: Work It Out Wombats!

Watch the premiere of the brand new PBS KIDS show Work It Out Wombats! on Monday, February 6th at 11:30 AM!

The new PBS KIDS animated preschool series Work It Out Wombats! follows a playful trio of marsupial siblings — Malik, Zadie and Zeke — who live with their grandmother in a fantastical treehouse apartment complex called the Treeborhood. The residents of the Treeborhood — wombats, snakes, moose, kangaroos, iguanas, fish, tarsiers and eagles — bring varied skills, abilities, traditions, assorted ways of thinking and different family structures to this diverse and vibrant community of neighbors.

Each day, the Wombats discover an exciting new challenge that puts their creativity and problem-solving skills to the test. And thanks to their collaborative network of family, friends and neighbors across the Treeborhood, they always win the day!

Watch weekdays at 11:30 AM on Mountain Lake PBS and PBS Kids 24/7, or stream it anytime on the PBS Kids video app.

Join in the Treeborhood Fun!

Everyday Ways to Strengthen Your Child’s Problem-Solving Skills

Grades PreK-K
“Work It Out Wombats!” celebrates creative problem solving and collaboration. Try these suggestions to support your child’s problem-solving skills.

Road Repair Game

Grades PreK-K
Zeke and Snout are decorating the Treeborhood! Use shapes to fill holes in the road so they can get across and complete their mission.

Be Sound Detectives!

Grades PreK-K
Play this simple game with your child to explore how one action or event causes another. Create mystery sounds with objects from around the house and see if you can figure out what’s causing the sounds!

“Break it Down: Making Sandwiches” Activity & Coloring Sheet

Grades PreK-K
Making a sandwich can be broken down into several small steps. Help the Wombats decide who does which step in this coloring sheet.

Visit Work It Out Wombats! on PBS Kids for even more games, crafts, and activities! And check out educator resources on PBS LearningMedia.