Pokémon Kids TV Launched In English; Sing, Dance & Learn With Your Favourites

Pokémon Kids TV Launched On YouTube; Sing, Dance & Learn With Your Favourites
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Pokémon-loving children will be happy to know that The Pokémon Company has launched Pokémon Kids TV on a YouTube. This is an English sister channel to the official Japanese Pokémon YouTube channel for children aimed at those between the ages of 3 to 7 years old.


Songs, Rhymes, Educational Content for Kids

On Pokémon Kids TV, there is a range of videos which include Pokémon songs and nursery rhymes to educational content for children.

Some of the programmes on Pokémon Kids TV include videos of famous nursery rhymes such as “London Bridge is Falling Down” and “Old MacDonald Had a Farm”, but with a Pokémon touch.

Songs, Rhymes, Educational Content for Kids
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Kids can dance along with Pikachu to popular children’s songs like “If You‘re Happy and You Know It”.


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Watching the Pokémon Kids TV English YouTube Channel

Watching the Pokémon Kids TV English YouTube Channel 
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Most of the videos on the  are between two to seven minutes long.

Pokémon Kids TV Videos
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Some of the videos on the Pokémon Kids TV are quite fun and whimsical. Watch Poké Balls rolling along downhill or a row of magikarp marching on lock step.

There are kids’ stories too. Follow Pikachu and Squirtle as they venture into a forest in a “Pokémon picture book” storytelling video.

The English language Pokémon Kids TV follows on from Pokémon Kids TV (Japan) that was launched in 2019. The latter is a Japan-focused YouTube channel that delivers videos with nursery rhymes, children’s songs and educational content such as English learning.

“With the growing demand for video content worldwide, we aim to reach out to international markets, allowing more children from around the world to enjoy the content we deliver through Pokémon Kids TV in English. We are also planning to expand this concept in the future to other Asian countries and even create region-specific content in other languages. We would be truly delighted if more children can enjoy their time spent at home together with Pokémon,” said Takato Utsunomiya, the Representative Director and Chief Operating Officer of The Pokémon Company.

View the English language Pokémon Kids TV channel here.


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