Let’s Go Luna! is a new animated PBS KIDS series that encourages kids to explore and appreciate cultures from all over the world, while they build global citizenship and social skills. The series follows the adventures of three friends as they traverse the globe with their parents’ traveling performance troupe, “Circo Fabuloso.” At each of the Circo’s stops, Luna the moon guides the trio as they experience the local language, music, and daily life.
Meet Leo: a wombat from Australia
Meet Carmen: a butterfly from Mexico
Meet Andy: a frog from the U.S
Let’s Go Luna! brings an innovative approach to social studies for young viewers. The series takes kids on an informative and imaginative exploration of global culture to make connections between communities all over the world, integrating concepts of anthropology, history, ecology, geography, and sociology.
Fostering an appreciation for cultural diversity
Promoting global citizenship
Developing social and civic skills.
In Let’s Go Luna!, the Circo visits all seven continents, giving Luna and her friends the opportunity to learn about 20 destinations, including:
Mexico City, Mexico; Istanbul, Turkey; Moscow, Russia; Barcelona, Spain; New Orleans, USA; Delhi, Australia, and many more!
Watch, Play, Explore, Share & More!
Created by Emmy Award-winning animator, writer and artist Joe Murray (Rocko’s Modern Life, Camp Lazlo), along with the television series, Let’s Go Luna! will offer digital content for kids, parents, and teachers. Let’s Go Luna! games will be available at pbskids.org and on the free PBS KIDS Games App, along with clips and full episodes streaming across PBS KIDS’ video platforms. A Let’s Go Luna! app will also launch after the series debut. Parent resources to extend the learning at home will be available on pbsparents.org, and PBS LearningMedia will offer classroom-ready materials for educators.