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Dash and Dot's Big Adventure (2016): Dash throws out "PBS" then it comes to a fast stop, and Dot writes "Kids" below "PBS" while the PBS Kids jingle plays. Then Dash and Dot say "PBS Kids".

sdiK SBP (2019): A root beer falls down and reversed the logo again. On the trailer, the logo is mirrored.

Dot and Dash: The Show (1999-present): The 1999 logo plays, but the kids sings "Dot, Dash, Dot, Dash." before saying "PBS Kids".

The Dash and Dot Movie (2020): On a silver background, the PBS Kids logo fades in. Dash and Dot appear. Dot paints the word Movies in gold.

Cartoon Cartoon Fridays (June 11, 1999-May 16, 2003, PBS Kids airings): On a starry background, we see Dash riding on a comet. Then, the comet explodes into red, yellow, and light blue stripes. The stripes swirl around and Dash jumps until they turn into lines. After that, the background turns dark teal blue, Dash leaps on to the 1999 PBS Kids logo, and the Cartoon Cartoon Fridays logo appears below. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

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Summer Fridays (May 23-September 2003, PBS Kids airings): On a blue background with clouds, Dot swims underwater. When a bird flies in, we zoom in on the bird to reveal the Summer Fridays logo and the PBS Kids logo on a yellow background with orange stripes moving about. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

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PBS Kids Fridays (October 3, 2003-February 2007, PBS Kids airings): On a blue background with white sparks at the center, we see Dash and Dot run through the PBS Kids studios and into the auditorium and Dash turns into the Fridays logo and Dot becomes the PBS Kids logo with flying blue and white bars between the logos. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

Blue's Clues (September 8, 1996-August 6, 2006, PBS Kids airings): On a pink background with a yellow floor, Dot wearing a detective costume appears. She then uses a magnifying glass and shows that there are pawprints on the floor. She then uses the magnifying glass to look around the room until it its revealed that the one who marked the pawprints is Blue. The camera the spins around and Blue appears on the PBS Kids logo on a dark blue background with stylized sky blue pawprints spinning around. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station." The show still airs on some PBS member stations in America.

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (TV special; December 6, 1964-December 25, 2006, PBS Kids airings): On an Aqua blue background with a white snow, Dot wearing a coat, a scarf, gloves, a hat and boots. She then uses eyes to look around outside until she sees Rudolph and rides him. The camera the spins around and Sam the Snowman appears on the PBS Kids logo on an aqua blue background with white snowflakes spinning around. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

PBS Kids logo (Rudolph variant) (2003)

Henry's Amazing Animals (1996-1998, 1999-2006 PBS Kids reruns): On a light blue background with oval-shaped clouds moving towards the left, green lizard tails juggle light green balls. Suddenly, a green lizard tail juggles a blue ball. Then, the camera zooms to the top of the lizard tails and the blue ball hops into the middle and becomes the PBS Kids logo with Henry on it. When the logo forms, the background is a rotating image of green lizard tails and light green balls. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

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Little Bear (1995-1999, 1999-2006 PBS Kids reruns): On a dark blue background, Dash and Dot are seen sitting in a grassy field, they point at red and blue shooting stars. When they point at a green shooting star, the camera moves upward and Little Bear appears in the PBS Kids logo on a dark blue background with yellow squiggly lines moving upward. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

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Cow and Chicken (1997-1999, 1999-2006 PBS Kids reruns): On a turquoise background, we see a brown table. We then zoom to the table to reveal glasses and cups of milk walking. Suddenly, a walking cup falls down and spills milk. Then, Cow appears in the PBS Kids logo on a yellow background with black, brown, red, white, and pink circles moving about. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

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The Cosmo and Wanda Show (1996-2002, 1996-1999 episodes): The 1993 logo is used, but it takes place in Fairy World (which FOP took place in), and the P pals are red, pink, and blue with stripes as well. 

On the TV promo before the show aired, the 1984 PBS logo has "Kids!' below "PBS" as well.

PBS Kids' Back To The 90's (2016-present): The 1993 logo was used in all promos and IDs, but this had the techno-pop remix the second PBS Kids logo instead of the regular music and the 2nd PBS Kids logo was now seen on the right instead of the "PBS" text on the bottom.

Pokémon: Indigo League (1998-1999): The 1993 logo was used, but the P-Pet is replaced with Pikachu. Until Labor Day 1999 (before Dot and Dash were introduced), when this variant aired on KET Meowth's voice would say a funny line: "You are watching KET the Kentucky Network, where Pokémon rules the world before bedtime!" followed by a third P-Pal saying "Quiet, you!".

The Ryo the Cat Show (1986-1998, 1999-2013 PBS Kids reruns): On a red background, we see a lot of cats and dogs playing with their balls. One cat catches a ball and throws it over the fence and the dog jumps over the it and follows it. When the dog catches the ball, he skids the ground, covering the screen with dust, which reveals a PBS Kids logo with Ryo on it while the background was brown. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

Max & Ruby (2002-2013, 2016-2019; 2002-2019 PBS Kids reruns): On a sky-blue background on a grass scenery, Dot is shown with a net trying to catch someone else, then she sees bunny ears passing by. She runs to chase it, and she caughts it with a net. The camera pans down revealing to be Max and the green circle goes by him forming the PBS Kids logo with Max in it. The background has white clouds wobbling passing by it. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

SpongeBob SquarePants (2002-2009, 2010-2013 reruns): Dot licks some ice cream and sees a pool and feels that it's fine, So she jumps into it, The camera pans down to the water revealing to be SpongeBob and the green circle goes by him forming the PBS Kids logo with SpongeBob in it. The background has drops of water wobbling passing by it. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes on some PBS stations like WFWA, the announcer says "Coming up next, It's SpongeBob!"

Word World: The Movie (2016): In the opening variant, the 2013 "Fireflies" system cue plays the rest as normal. In the closing variant, the true widescreen version of the 2000-13 "Fish Bowl" system cue plays, but it has been videotaped and the 2009-22 PBS Kids logo replaces the 1999-09 logo, with Dash replacing Dot.

Word World: The Movie 2 (2024): Over a black background is the blue circle which appears via a bouncing effect. The letters in the word "PBS KIDS" appear and go into the circle. The logo then shines and the background fades to purple, with a website URL at the bottom-left corner of the screen, and the theme is heard. At the end of the movie, a true widescreen re-animated variant of the 2000-13 "Snow Globe" system cue plays, but like the variant used in "Word World: The Movie", it has been videotaped, the new PBS Kids logo replaces the previous one, and when Dot who holds the snow globe is shown, there's snowflakes respectively in the background, but also uses the 2000-13 standard design for Dot, alongside Dash, the bottom-part of the snow globe is in yellow and the background is lighter and in light blue, just like the standard variant of the aforementioned system cue. 4:3 prints have the logo in open matte and the closing variant uses the normal "Snow Globe" system cue from 2002, albeit with the new PBS Kids logo.

Little Robots (January 7, 2003-April 20, 2005, PBS Kids airings): On a pink background, we see various different robots marching in a parade, including Tiny. The background fades to green as the PBS Kids logo forms around him against a baby blue background with multiple multicoloured zig-zags moving downward. This variation appears as a 20-second station ident and sometimes, the announcer says either “Coming up next, it’s Little Robots!” or "PBS Kids is made possible by your support of your local PBS station."

Super Why Saves WordWorld (2010): The opening variant starts with Dog from WordWorld appearing and barking on a white background. He runs into a lime green background that irises in, and he barks again when he reaches the middle. Super Why from his namesake show then flies in on his WhyFlyer before landing and exiting it, with his WhyFlyer then flies off afterward. The music from the "Carrots" station ID plays as two get into position and the screen starts to iris-out back to a white background, but it stops halfway through so the PBS Kids logo of the time period can form. Super Why and Dog take the places of Dash and Dot in the logo. The closing variant is an extended version of the "Fireflies" ID, but with Whyatt Beanstalk, Duck and the WordWorld Narrator voicing over:

Whyatt: For more Super Why,

Duck: And WordWorld,

Both: Watch PBS Kids!

Narrator: Or visit pbskids.org.

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