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Kids at Home continue to learn with Knowledge Channel

With a whole month to spend at home, students need not stop learning because they can catch the lessons they will miss this fourth grading period on Knowledge Channel (SKYcable CH 5, SKYdirect CH 19, ABS-CBN TVplus CH 7), under its “Edukalidad sa Kalamidad Emergency Education Program.”

With a whole month to spend at home, students need not stop learning because they can catch the lessons they will miss this fourth grading period on Knowledge Channel (SKYcable CH 5, SKYdirect CH 19, ABS-CBN TVplus CH 7), under its “Edukalidad sa Kalamidad Emergency Education Program.”

Parents will find the line up of shows to be perfect for their kids as the lessons are delivered in fun and easy-to-learn formats.

If your children are in the elementary, they can learn Math the easy way in three shows: “MathDali,” where Robi Domingo and his friends discover math concepts through real-life situations, “Solved!,” an intermediate Math show in English, and “Mathtinik,” a direct instruction series for grades 1-6 math.

For science and technology we have lined up the well-loved “Sineskwela” series for grades 3-6. Primary grade kids may learn English in “Epol Apple” and continue learning Filipino reading and grammar in “Wikaharian,” a creative mix of 2D animation, catchy tunes, funny puppets, and engaging stories that develop the children’s love for reading.

They also get to learn social studies the exciting way in “Pamana,” ‘Wow,” “Kasaysayan TV” and “Salam.”

Younger kids can continue to learn to sing and count with “Awit, Titik at Bilang na Pambata” or “ATBP,” and develop listening, comprehension, reading, and basic number skills in the animated series “Kwentong Pambata.”

Meanwhile, high schoolers may catch “K-High,” Knowledge Channel’s first animated program about five high school students who learn math from actual daily experiences, and “K-Hub,” a show on practical lessons and experiments in science.

They can also follow Maymay Entrata and Khalil Ramos’ nature-loving educational adventures in “Puno ng Buhay,’ and learn lots of technical and vocational skills in “Pamilya Masigasig.”

Helping parents with their teens’ concerns is the educational talk show, “Gab to Go,” where hosts Mitch and Gab give advice on how to cope with their daily lives. The show weaves English lessons into discussions on values and gender concerns.

For the complete schedule of the shows, parents can visit Knowledge Channel’s websitewww.knowledgechannel.org and Facebook pages: /knowledgechannel and /knowledgechannelfoundation. The shows may also be accessed and downloaded online atwww.knowledgechannel.org and on its official YouTube Channel /knowledgechannelorg.



In its commitment to serve as a vehicle for relevant information, the foundation will also continue to regularly post educational updates on the COVID-19 Pandemic via its website and social media pages.

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