Knowledge Channel Adds More Excellent Online Shows As ‘Knowledge On The Go’ Turns One

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Knowledge Channel celebrates one year of bringing fun learning to more Filipino children with Kuya Kim’s “Knowledge on the Go” as it adds new educational shows on its Facebook page and kumu’s SeenZone channel. 

Aside from streaming “Knowledge on the Go” every Wednesday, Knowledge Channel hones the kids’ basic reading skills with Teacher Michelle in “Wikaharian Online World,” while offering them advanced hacks in Math problems with “NumberBender” every Monday. 

Knowledge Channel Adds More Excellent Online Shows As 'Knowledge On The Go' Turns One

“Team Lyqa” gives learning tips every Tuesday, and Kuya Robi Domingo makes Math fun and exciting for kids on ” MathDali Live,” right after “Knowledge on the Go.” 

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Knowledge Channel also teaches financial literacy to parents and children with “Money Lessons w/ FQ Mom and Sons” airing Thursdays, while they can bond over art activities with Teacher Precious on “Art Smart” every Friday. 

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Knowledge Channel started livestreaming educational content like “Knowledge on the Go” last May 2020 to support teachers, learners, and their parents in learning at home while the face-to-face classes have been suspended during the onset of the pandemic.  

Meanwhile, “Wikaharian Online World” celebrated its first anniversary last April. Lucky livestream viewers received storybooks and smartphones. Kristine Canon, author of Adarna storybooks “Pilong Patago-tago” and “Sampung Magkakaibigan” was also invited to inspire aspiring young writers in celebration of National Literature Month. 

Continue learning with Knowledge Channel‘s “School at Home” campaign by following its official Facebook page (fb.com/knowledgechannel) and subscribing to its official YouTube channel for insightful video lessons. Visit knowledgechannel.org for more educational materials and the latest updates on Knowledge Channel. 

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