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This is a complete list of the funding quotations when Super WHY! was shown on PBS Kids.

1st Funding (September 3, 2007-August 29, 2008)[]

[Whyatt Announcer] Super Why! is funded by a cooperative agreement of the U.S. Department of Education, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's Ready to Learn grant, and by PBS Viewers Like You. Thank You!

2nd Funding (September 1, 2008-July 31, 2009)[]

[Whyatt Announcer] Super Why! is funded by a cooperative agreement of the U.S. Department of Education, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's Ready to Learn grant, and by PBS Viewers Like You. Thank You!

3rd Funding (August 3, 2009-January 15, 2010)[]

[Whyatt Announcer] Super Why! is funded by a cooperative agreement of the U.S. Department of Education, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's Ready to Learn grant, and by PBS Viewers Like You. Thank You!

4th Funding (January 18, 2010-February 21, 2011)[]

[Whyatt Announcer] Super Why! is funded by a cooperative agreement of the U.S. Department of Education, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's Ready to Learn grant, and by PBS Viewers Like You. Thank You! [Male Announcer] Chuck E. Cheese's, proud supporter of PBS Kids, who know kids should act their age, especially when they're having fun. PBS Kids, where a kid can be a kid.

5th Funding (February 25, 2011-September 9, 2011)[]

6th Funding (September 12, 2011-November 4, 2011)[]

7th Funding (November 7, 2011-October 11, 2012)[]

8th Funding (October 12, 2012-October 4, 2013)[]

9th Funding (October 7, 2013-July 4, 2014)[]

10th Funding (July 7, 2014-August 14, 2015)[]

11th Funding (August 17, 2015-January 1, 2016) (Revival)[]

12th Funding (January 4, 2016-May 12, 2016) (Revival)[]

13th Funding (May 13, 2016-present) (Reruns)[]

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