As kids take a break from school, they can continue to learn the fun way via Team Yey premiering its second season and Sesame Street airing on ABS-CBN TVplus.
Team Yey is an all-kids variety show packed with activities your children will enjoy all week long. Parents need not worry about keeping their kids occupied, with the show’s new activities everyday: singing, dancing, arts and crafts, sports, storytelling, and even food preparation.
Team Yey will bring in the fun and learning all summer with its daily themed segments and the addition of its newest team members: Galaw Go!, with AJ Urquia and Nhikzy Calma; Snacks Naman with Mitch Naco and Sophie Reola; Artstig with Jana Agoncillo and Althea Guanzon; Game Play with Sam Shoaf and JM Canlas, StorYey with Raven Cajuguiran and Yesha Camile; Sound Check with Luke Alford and Noel Comia Jr.; and Sunday Funday with all the hosts. Kids will find something and someone to relate to, each day of the week. Team Yey airs every day (8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.).
Meanwhile, Sesame Street, the longest-running American Children’s show, can also be enjoyed by a whole new generation of Filipino children. The iconic series that is home to the well-loved characters Big Bird, Bert, Elmo, Cookie Monster, Ernie, Grover, Oscar the Grouch, and more, have taught children across the world to become smarter, stronger, and kinder for over 40 years.
Season 45 was launched with a first-of-its kind music video where Kapamilya stars sing-a-long with our favorite muppets. The season also brings focus to school readiness and fundamental skills among young children, to enable them to excel in school and at home.
Yey also has new programs—all parent-and kids-approved. Toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy seeing their favorite animals come alive on screen in Peppa Pig. They will love being with Peppa Pig as she goes around her neighborhood, meeting different animal friends, and discovering their traits and quirks. Tag along with her Monday to Friday (6:30 and 11:00 a.m.).
Little girls (and moms, too) will enjoy the remake of the classic 1980’s series, Strawberry Shortcake. Stick around with Strawberry and her friends and learn the values of friendship, respect, trust, and perseverance, while exploring everything from technology, world travel and storytelling, to cooking, music and fashion. Join them on weekdays (7 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.).
Boys love excitement, and they will love joining Yugo’s action packed adventures as he saves the world from madmen while trying to find his real parents. Follow Yugo on Wakfu from Monday to Friday (9 a.m. and 3 p.m.).
Let your kids explore their creativity and imagination with Rudy in ChalkZone, a world where anything that has been doodled comes to life. Along with his friends Snap and Penny, Rody draws himself out of mishaps thanks to his creative ideas. ChalkZone airs Monday to Friday (10 a.m. and 4 p.m.).
Boys and girls will enjoy the misadventures of Sonic the Hedgehog and his friend Princess Sally as they try to save their dystopian Planet Mobius, led by the evil mad scientist Robotnik. Episodes are action-packed, with Sonic and Sally battling evil robots and Robotik’s henchmen. Catch Sonic the Hedgehog Monday to Friday (9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.).
Yey is a free and exclusive channel on digital TV via ABS-CBN TVPlus, which you can get for a one-time payment of P1499. ABS-CBN TVplus is available in Metro Cebu, Cagayan De Oro, Iloilo, Bacolod, Davao, Metro Manila, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan, Rizal, Laguna, Pampanga, Tarlac, Benguet, and Cavite. Yey is also available SKYcable and Destiny Cable and on direct-to-home or satellite TV via SKYdirect.
For more information, visittvplus.abs-cbn.com and follow ABS-CBN TVplus and Yey on Facebook.
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