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Arthur and his dog Pal.

Arthur
Arthur is an animated show based on the book series by author-illustrator Marc Brown. Arthur, his little sister D. W., and their friends and family face many of the challenges of real-life kids.

Budget: Large ($250-$500K) to Very large (over $500K)
Formats: Print, Web, Person-to-Person

Cyberchase
Cyberchase, the action-packed, math-mystery adventure cartoon series, engages kids in the fun and challenge of mathematics.

Budget: Large ($250-$500K)
Formats: Print, Web, Person-to-Person

Cyberchase characters

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood daily "television visit" provides a calm, safe place for children to learn about themselves, others, and the world around them.

Budget: Small (under $50K) to Medium ($50K-$250K)
Formats: Print, Web, Person-to-Person

Mr. Rogers.

Sesame Street
Sesame Street has helped ground generations of children in the cognitive basics and continues to provide fun, creative ways for children to learn about their world.

Budget: Very Large (over $500K)

Sesame Street.

ZOOM
ZOOM, the interactive television series, is packed with games, crafts, experiments, recipes, and brainteasers -- all sent in by viewers and performed by a cast of seven everyday kids.

Budget: Large ($250-$500K) to Very large (over $500K)
Formats: Print, Web, Person-to-Person

ZOOM cast member.



Key to budget range:
small: up to $50K; medium: $50K-$250K; large: $250K-$500K;
very large: over $500K

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