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Curious Crew Returns For Season Five! | WKAR Family

Curious Crew Season 5 cast members
Amanda Pinckney
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The Curious Crew members build canoes, paper airplane launchers, even some slime!

Mondays beginning February 4 at 5:30pm on WKAR-HD 23.1 | Get ready to pique your curiosity with the 5th season of WKAR’s Emmy Award-winning science show, Curious Crew

Dr. Rob Stephenson and his crew of inquisitive kids continue to take a hands-on approach to scientific exploration. Join them as they investigate electromagnetism, bioplastics, soccer science, and more!

The new season includes 10 new episodes, each featuring a Curious About Career with Curious Crew cast member Janellyn and Genesis. In these segments, fans can look forward to learning about careers with female professionals working in a wide variety of STEM-related fields

Each Curious Crew episode in the series also includes a set of Curiosity Guides, a step-by-step guide that kids, parents and educators can use to do their own investigations at home or school.

The air schedule for the fifth season will be Mondays 5:30 p.m., weekends 10:30 a.m. and Saturdays 5:30 p.m. on WKAR TV.

As a special benefit for WKAR Passport members, the first four new episodes are available for streaming NOW. WKAR Passport is a TV donor benefit that provides members with extended access to an on-demand library of quality local and national public television programming. Information is at wkar.org/passport.

All episodes from seasons one, two, three, and four are also available now at video.wkar.org!

Curious Crew is made possible in part by Michigan State University Federal Credit Union, Consumers Energy and Viewers Like You.

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