Meet Alma. She's eager to figure things out!

Posted on Wed, 9/22


Alma's Way is a brand new PBS KIDS show created by Sonia Manzano, who played Maria on Sesame Street.

Have you ever wished that you could pause life long enough to figure out the answers to your problems? Well, 6-year-old Alma Rivera does that every day. She is a proud, confident Puerto Rican girl living a fast-paced life in the Bronx alongside her family, friends and neighbors. She's impulsive, but she's trying to be more thoughtful.

Kids will learn to problem solve, express what they think and feel and respect the unique perspective of others. Young viewers will come along with Alma as she learns to think for herself and develops empathy, while also making lots of messy and hilarious mistakes all along the way.

Geared for children ages 4-6

Try These Screen-Free, Hands-On Recipes At Home!
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Make Piragua To Share With A Friend!

You can find Alma's Way games at pbskids.org/almasway/games

More FREE apps and episodes for on-the-go content:
PBS KIDS Games App
PBS KIDS Video App