Batang Bibbo

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Batang Bibbo
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Created by GMA Network
CDO Foodsphere
Developed by Auggie Rivera
Directed by Tonipet Gaba
Starring Roxanne Barcelo
Bi
Bo
Tsing
Gong
Narrated by Roxanne Barcelo
Opening theme "Batang Bibbo"
sung by Roxanne Barcelo
Country of origin Philippines
Original language(s) Filipino, English
No. of episodes 55 episodes
Production
Executive producer(s) Jerome Ong
Joy Madrigal
Running time 30 minutes
Release
Original network GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release November 8, 2008 – July 9, 2010

Batang Bibbo! (Bibbo Kid!) is a weekly 30-minute interactive show specifically designed for Filipino children with ages three to six years. Produced by GMA Network in cooperation with CDO Foodsphere (makers of Bibbo Hotdog),[1] Batang Bibbo premiered November 8, 2008 (it was shown every Saturday morning from 8:30 am to 9 am) and concluded November 21, 2009, consist of 55 episodes over all.[2]

The show was awarded by Anak TV Seal.[3]

Overview[edit]

Batang Bibbo! is a weekly 30-minute educational show geared for Filipino preschool children ages three to six years old. It aims to develop the social skills and language development of children through entertaining and enriching methods that are curriculum-based, age appropriate and culturally enriching.

The show featured lovable boy and girl puppets, Bi and Bo, Tsing and Gong in a magical learning place called Bibbolandia where they will meet new friends, learn new things and develop new skills. They are joined by the friendly Ate Anne (Roxanne Barcelo) who will help them solve simple problems and take them to new worlds of learning and discovery through her fascinating songs and stories.

Combining puppetry, songs, animation, storytelling and live action, the show promotes the proper use of Filipino language. It will also highlight constructive interpersonal skills like sharing, helping, taking turns, making friends, confidence, honesty, respect for diversity, sportsmanship and other social skills.[4]

Hosts[edit]

Puppets[edit]

  • Bi
  • Bo
  • Tsing
  • Gong

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