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While the kids are at home, DStv has 5 amazing contents to keep them Happy

Worried about having children at home and not know what to do? Let DStv take some of that off you and entertain your kids with some educational programming, here are some entertaining shows for the kids:

 On Da Vinci channel 318are some exciting educative shows such asMatilda and the Ramsay Bunch, a show that follows the daughter of renowned chef Gordon Ramsay, as the family heads off on their summer holidays in Los Angeles for an unforgettable summer.

Matilda cooks her way through the very best of US and British dishes whilst blogging along the way for the CBBC website, adding her own unique twists to the food and each episode has its own theme. This airs Saturdays and Sundays at 3 pm WAT.

 Horrible Histories is a British children’s live-action historical and musical sketch comedy television series. Horrible Histories airs weekdays at 7 pm WAT.

 The Tree House Stories S1 is new on DStv and follows 9 friends who meet in a secret treehouse to share their favourite books. In each episode, they dive into one story through a different design with top children’s books from around the world. Starts April 24 at 3:30 pm WAT

 PBS Kids channel 313 is packed with educative learning programmes that are sure to keep the kids entertained such as:

Molly of Denali a series that follows the daily adventures of 10-year-old Alaska native Molly Mabray, her family, her dog Suki and her friends Tooey and Trini. Molly of Denali airs weekdays at 11:20 am WAT

 Dinosaur Train is a children’s animated series that features a curious young Tyrannosaurus rex named Buddy who with his adopted Pteranodon family, takes the Dinosaur Train to explore his time period, and have adventures with all kinds of dinosaurs. With 2 episodes per day, this exciting series starts April 5 at 9:10 am WAT.

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