How was your weekend, folks? Mine was pretty hectic but fun. My husband, my son and I spent our Saturday in Petrosains, The Discovery Centre for the preview of Miles from Tomorrowland by Disney Junior.
It was a very kiddy event as parents and kids got to enjoy the screening while sitting on fluffy beanbags. We were treated to 4 exciting episodes of Miles from Tomorrowland.
For your information, Disney Junior’s “Miles from Tomorrowland,” is an intergalactic adventure series that will blast off on 17 August at 9am on Disney Junior (Astro Channel 613).
This brand new program is ideally for kids aged 2-7 and it incorporates unique space and science facts.
This ‘Superstellar’, intergalactic adventure charts the outer space missions of young adventurer Miles Callisto and his family – mom and ship captain, Phoebe mechanical engineer dad, Leo; tech-savvy big sister, Loretta; and robo-ostrich pet, Merc – as they help connect the universe on behalf of the Tomorrowland Transit Authority.
Each of this episodes features two 11-minute action-packed stories as Miles, Merc and the Callisto family explore wondrous and diverse new worlds, taking young viewers and their families on a futuristic journey that fuels kids’ natural interest in space, and at the same time reminding them of the importance of what lies close to home – the family bond.
This interesting cartoon series was created and executive-produced by Sascha Paladino who has been the story editor and consulting producer for Disney Junior’s “Henry Hugglemonster”; the head writer and producer for Nickelodeon’s “Ni Hao, Kai-Lan”; as well as writer for “Doc McStuffins”, “Team Umizoomi”, “Wonder Pets”, “Winx Club”, “Tickety Toc”, “Blue’s Clues” and ” Sid the Science Kid”
Catch Disney Junior’s “Miles from Tomorrowland,” from the 17 August at 9am on Disney Junior (Astro Channel 613). It will be aired every Monday at 9am.
In anticipation of the series launch, the search is on for Disney Junior’s Space Adventurers across Southeast Asia! Kids aged 2-7 are encouraged to create their very own Starjetter – an exploratory spaceship that the Callisto family use for their short space trips.
Parents and kids have to just visit the website – Disneyjunior.asia – and download the Miles from Tomorrowland Space Adventurer E-kit which not only features fun activity sheets but also a step by step guide on how to create the Starjetter.
The most creative photo entries of the Starjetter submitted will win the title of “Disney Junior’s Space Adventurers” and be featured on the channel.
This competition is now on until to 14 August 2015, so hurry, and help your little ones build their Starjetter and submit it to Disney Junior Asia’s website.
Families in Malaysia may also head down to Petrosains, The Discovery Centre at Level 4, Suria KLCC from 1 August 2015 to check out special Miles from Tomorrowland-themed activities.