The Sky Kids pack is getting a further channels on 13 February. Including originals like Morph, and Pip and Posy, it promises to be a delightful addition for toddlers.
The new channel will be hosted on EPG 609 and will be full of both original content and franchise favourites. Things like the fantastic Ama’s Story and Epic Adventures of Morph will sit alongside classics like Where’s Wally, Clifford the Bog Red Dog and of course, everyone’s favourite bunny, Miffy.
Sky Kids is aimed at the younger generation, from toddlers to early school years (up to age 7). With plenty of singing, dancing, moving and learning, with physical and mental development in mind.
All of the content is planned around your little one’s day and age group. There are entertaining shows such as original Sky content Pip and Posy, created by children’s favourite Alex Scheffler. Plus lots of dance and movement programming like Jaime Amor’s Cosmic Yoga: Yoga Adventures!
Following this excitement, there is a bedtime routine, called Wind down/Bedtime. This section has calming shows to start the long road to bed. One show, Dreamflight, is “a mindful, mood-enhancing collection of short nature films, carefully crafted and designed to promote a sense of well-being in young children”.
Sky Kids will offer this new ad-free channel, which can be accessed at no additional cost for current Sky Kids customers. Sky customers can upgrade to the Sky Kids package for a monthly fee of £6, and subscribers of the streaming service NOW will have access to the new channel as part of the £9.99 Entertainment Membership.