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Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures

Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures
Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures
This is the title card of the series.
Genre Children's
Animated cartoon
Opening theme "Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures"
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26 (52 segments)
Running time Approx. 28 minutes
Production company(s) Nerd Studios
Original channel PBS (USA)
Picture format ATSC
Audio format Stereo
Original release January 19, 2008 (2008-01-19) – January 17, 2009 (2009-01-17)
External links

Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures is a American cartoon intended for young children. The show premiered on January 19, 2008 on PBS Kids. The show follows a girl named Betsy as she starts out her school years. The series premiere shows Betsy facing the uncertainty of her first day of school and the adjustments she must make as she meets her new teacher and classmates, encounters unfamiliar rules and routines, and finds herself in an entirely new environment. Subsequent episodes show Betsy's excitement and sense of adventure as she adapts to the new experiences of kindergarten.

This show is similar to other PBS Kids shows like Caillou and Clifford the Big Red Dog that cater to an audience of children between the ages of 2-6.


  • Characters 1
  • Settings 2
  • Episodes 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5



  • Albright's department store where Molly hangs out and Betsy bought her mother a hair pin for $1.75; she earned that money by selling lemonade
  • Warner Farms - where the principal's brother raises livestock
  • Lakeshore Elementary School - Betsy's school where she attends kindergarten
  • library where students borrow books for a week
  • the school yard of Lakeshore Elementary School - it has served as a place to hold Mrs. O'Connor's carnival as well as a place for the kindergarten students to play during recess
  • Betsy's house - where she lives with her stay-at-home mother and her airplane pilot father
  • Lakeshore [1] - where Betsy, her friends, and family live
  • the museum where Betsy and her school friends went to in the first episode


  1. "How It All Began" / "Lost and Found"
  2. "The Farmyard Field Trip" / "Betsy's Green Thumb"
  3. "Boots, Boots, Boots" / "Team Player"
  4. "Camping Out" / "The Tooth Chart"
  5. "The Spy Who Taught Me" / "Show and Tell"
  6. "Betsy Buys a Vowel" / "Follow These Directions"
  7. "Frisky Business" / "Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow"
  8. "Borrowed Time" / "Happy Earth Day"
  9. "Tickets, Please" / "Have You Got the Time"
  10. "Growing, Growing Gone" / "The Treasure of the Sierra Betsy"
  11. "Introducing the Post Office" / "A Berry Sore Stomach"
  12. "Lyrtle the Turtle" / "The Great Gingerbread Man Mystery"
  13. "Molly's First Bike Ride" / "An Awfully Frightening Lightning"
  14. "Newton the New Kid" / "A Colorful Encounter"
  15. "A Whole Lotta Hot Air" / "The Fire Department"
  16. "Responsibillities" / ; "Rules of the Road"
  17. "To Tree or Not to Tree" / "Something Fishy"
  18. "The Police Department" / "A Visit From the Doctor"
  19. "Homework Rules" / "Bread and Butterflies"
  20. "All Washed Up" / "Mrs. O' Connor's Space Rangers"
  21. "Manners Please" / "Mystery at Lakeshore Farm"
  22. "Big and Little" / "Computer Fun"
  23. "Making Instruments" / "Dinosaur Dynasty"
  24. "When I Grow Up" / "Tell Me a Story"


External links

  • Official Website
  • Internet Movie Data Base
  • Toonarific Cartoons
  • Common Sense Media
  • iVillage
  • Disney Family
  • TV Guide
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