YeY’s ‘Bida Best’ School Tour is Back

YeY continues to empower Filipino children beyond television as they bring experiential activities that deliver the lessons from its youth-oriented shows via the “Bida Best School Tour” across private and public schools nationwide.

Hosted by MOR Radio’s DJ Rico Romantiko, the “Bida Best School Tour” brings “Team YeY” activities on-ground by having energetic Zumba dance moves with “Galaw Go,” a food decorating contest with “Snacks Naman,” a coloring session with “Artstig” and “StorYeY,” an exciting Jenga session via “Game Play,” and lyre lessons through “Soundcheck.”

Each school is given its own ABS-CBN TVplus so that students and teachers will have access to the rich educational materials available on YeY and Knowledge Channel.

The Bida Best School Tour started last July this year and continues this September 18 in Kalantiyaw Elementary School, Q.C., September 19 in Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral School, Q.C., September 24 in Dr. Sixto Antonio Elementary School, Pasig and September 25 in Pasig Christian Academy.

Knowledge Channel and Yey channel are two of TVplus’ exclusive channels where kids and teens can learn and enjoy while watching locally and internationally-produced TV shows.

“Team YeY” is YeY’s original all-kids variety show packed with activities children will enjoy all week long. Each day brings new activities: singing, dancing, arts and crafts, sports, storytelling, and even food preparation. “Team YeY” airs daily on YeY channel at 8:30 am and 3:00 pm.

YeY is a free and exclusive channel on ABS-CBN TVPlus. ABS-CBN TVplus signal coverage is available in Metro Cebu, Cagayan De Oro, Iloilo, Bacolod, Davao, Metro Manila, Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Pangasinan, Rizal, Laguna, Pampanga, Tarlac, Benguet, and Cavite. For more information, visit and follow ABS-CBN TVplus and YeY on Facebook. You can also subscribe to YeY’s YouTube channel for your daily dose of YeY.

For more information on Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc., visit or follow @kchonline on Twitter and @knowledgechannel on Facebook. You may also subscribe to for curriculum-based educational videos.

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