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New Episodes of ‘Odd Squad,’ ‘Alma’s Way’ Among Titles Streaming on PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in July

New volumes of “Odd Squad,” “Alma’s Way,” “Molly of Denali,” “Cyberchase” and “Nature Cat” will be added to the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel in July.

The subscription rate for the PBS Kids Prime Video Channel is $4.99 per month with an Amazon Prime or Prime Video subscription. Viewers can also stream full episodes of shows for free on PBS Kids.

Four episodes in Volume 18 of “Odd Squad” start streaming July 8. The live-action series is about a high-tech agency run by kids who investigate unusual phenomena and use math to set things right. Each assignment helps kids 5 to 8 build math, problem-solving and collaboration skills. 

Four episodes in Volume 6 of “Alma’s Way” start streaming July 19. Aimed at viewers ages 4 to 6, the series follows 6-year-old Alma Rivera, a proud, confident Puerto Rican girl who lives in the Bronx with her parents, younger brother Junior and Abuelo, as well as a diverse group of close-knit friends, family and community members. Each episode models self-awareness, responsible decision-making and empathy, while encouraging kids to generate and value their own ideas and questions.

Four episodes in Volume 11 of “Molly of Denali” debut July 22. In the series, kids meet Molly Mabray, a curious Alaska Native girl. Molly helps her parents run the Denali Trading Post in the fictional village of Qyah, Alaska. Each episode helps children ages 4 to 8 learn how to use informational texts to solve problems.

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Five episodes in Volume 13 of “Cyberchase” start streaming July 22. In the series, three earth kids go on epic adventures to stop Hacker and save Cyberspace using brain power. Empowering kids ages 6 to 8 to be creative problem solvers, the series builds viewers’ math and environmental literacy skills.  

Five episodes in Volume 13 of “Nature Cat” debuts July 29. The series investigates and explores nature with the help of his animal friends while encouraging children ages 3 to 8 to get outside, connect with the natural world and understand the need for environmental conservation. 

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