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Here are the funding credits for Out of the Box, but only in public television airings on PBS Kids from 1998-2004.

1st Funding (October 7, 1998-October 29, 1999)

Major funding for Out of the Box has been provided in part by... a grant from the National Science Foundation; supporting education and research in science, mathematics and technology. The National Science Foundation, America's Investment in the Future. And...

  • (1997-2001 Kellogg's Rice Krispies ident) Kellogg's Rice Krispies, who reminds you; books are totally overflowing with cool stuff. Get in on it! Wake up to the amazing world of reading.

Additional funding is also provided by... the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, the Park Foundation; dedicated to education and quality television, the U.S. Department of Education and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by the annual financial support of PBS Viewers Like You.

2nd Funding (November 1, 1999-August 31, 2001)

Out of the Box is funded in part by...

  • (1997-2002 Northwestern Mutual Foundation ident) This program is funded in part by the Northwestern Mutual Foundation. Some people already know Northwestern Mutual can help plan for your children's education. Are you there yet? Northwestern Mutual Financial Network.
  • (1999-2002 Honey Nut Cheerios ident) What sound does a bee makes? [kids pretending to be bees] That's right! Buzz! Honey Nut Cheerios, from the makers of Cheerios, proud sponsor of Out of the Box and other children's programming on PBS.

And by, the Park Foundation; dedicated to education and quality television, and a Ready to Learn grant from the United States Department of Education through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!

3rd Funding (September 3, 2001-September 27, 2004)

Out of the Box is funded in part by...

  • (1999-2004 Spaghettios ident) Spaghettios Pasta, from Campbell's, is a proud sponsor of Out of the Box; helping children with busy bodies and little minds grow.
  • (2001-2005 Jif Peanut Butter ident) At Jif Peanut Butter, we know just how choosy you are when it comes to your family, including the shows you value most. Public television encourages kids' curiosity and love of learning, and Jif is proud to support Out of the Box on behalf of all choosy Moms and Dads.

And by, a Ready to Learn Television Cooperative Agreement from the U.S. Department of Education through the Public Broadcasting Service. And by, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and by contributions to your PBS station from Viewers Like You. Thank You!

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