During this COVID-19 pandemic, the health of our kids is one of the most priority of all. And while schools are closed and parents are looking for ways to keep their kids busy, iWant has launched a new section packed with shows and movies that facilitate learning and fun.
Embark on exciting adventures in animated TV shows such as “Peppa Pig,” about the well-loved cartoon pig’s escapades with family and friends, “Monk,” about a cheerful dog that remains hopeful despite his misfortunes, and “Max Steel,” a science fiction comedy-drama about a boy who uses his newfound superpower to defend his town. iWant is also set to launch its first animated series for kids called “Jet and the Pet Rangers” on April 3.
iWant users can also find ABS-CBN’s iconic educational programs on the platform, including “Sine’skwela,” which helps learners appreciate complex science and technology concepts, “Bayani,” which depicts the lives and heroism of Filipino heroes, and “Hiraya Manawari,” which tackles Filipino values through Filipino legends and stories.
Kids of all ages can also have a good time while acquiring new skills from “Team Yey,” the only locally produced kiddie variety and activity show, filled with performances and lessons on music, dance, arts and crafts, games and sports, practical life skills, storytelling, and health across its 148 episodes.
Robi Domingo and his friends also help elementary students overcome their fear of numbers by teaching them practical yet effective understanding of math concepts in “MathDali.” while “Pop Babies” features pop versions of nursery rhymes.
Also on iWant are ABS-CBN teleseryes that teach important values such as love, kindness, respect, and faith in God, including “May Bukas Pa,” “100 Days to Heaven,” “Starla,” “Nathaniel,” “Dream Dad,” “My Dear Heart,” “Super Inggo,” “Super Inggo at ang Super Tropa,” “My Little Juan,” and “Kung Fu Kids.”
Settle in for a movie marathon of child-friendly films “Wansapanataym The Movie,” “Sarah Ang Munting Prinsesa,” “Ang Pulubi at ang Prinsesa,” “Magic Kingdom: Ang Alamat ng Damortis,” “Ang TV The Movie,” “Mga Kuwento ni Lola Basyang,” “Inday, Inday sa Balitaw,” and “Bunsong Kerubin” or binge-watch the long-running kiddie gag show “Goin’ Bulilit.”
Let your kids enjoy while learning by downloading the iWant app on iOS or Android or logging in to iwant.ph and watch these movies and shows for free. For updates, like www.facebook.com/iWant, and follow @iwant on Twitter and @iwantofficial on Instagram, and subscribe to www.youtube.com/iWantPH.