PBS Kids * Wild Kratts * Super Sprinters


My family and I don’t have cable TV, but we do have Netflix, and Hulu that we can stream on. I was afraid that by not having cable TV my children wouldn’t have as much of a selection of education TV. Boy was I wrong, and happily so, my son always manages to really enjoy the PBS Kids shows and for that I am thankful. There are lots of options for educational television with PBS Kids, and one of them is Wild Kratts. The Kratt Brothers  is an award-winning entertainment company focusing on television and interactive digital media production.

I got the opportunity to view the latest Wild Kratts movie called Super Sprinters. Martin & Chris Kratt explore an African Savannah to teach children about the exciting and wild animal of the Cheetah. Did you know that the Cheetah is the fastest land animal with a speed of 70mph? In this movie you’ll see the Kratt brothers push the limits, and compare other animals speed with the Cheetah.


You can also see them discover and learn about the Peregrine Falcon, the worlds fastest animal. It’s top speed comes in at a whopping 240 mph, wow that’s fast! Chris and Martin also discover that someone is trying to destroy the nest of this animal and they do whatever they can to protect this species. You can check out clips from some of the other Wild Kratts episodes here and more information about what ages they target and what they try to teach your children on screen.


Release Date: June 23, 2015

Run Time: Approximately 60 Minutes

SRP: $12.99

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