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Sandman

“Sandman” is a soothing experience for both parent and baby. In each episode, a sculptor’s hands bring a pile of sand to life by turning it into recognizable images, objects or shapes against a backdrop of relaxing classical music. While young viewers watch images come to life from sand, “Sandman” calms them and inspires personal creativity and imagination.

Program Schedule
See what time Sandman is playing!
NIGHT STRIP
12:00 AM - 5:29 AM
12:03 AM
12:19 AM
12:31 AM
12:46 AM
12:58 AM
1:14 AM
1:26 AM
1:42 AM
1:54 AM
2:10 AM
2:22 AM
2:38 AM
2:50 AM
3:06 AM
3:18 AM
3:34 AM
3:46 AM
4:02 AM
4:14 AM
4:29 AM
4:41 AM
5:04 AM
5:18 AM
NIGHT STRIP
11:00 PM - 11:59 PM
11:07 PM
11:23 PM
11:35 PM
11:51 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Help your child guess what’s being drawn.
  • Use different textured foods with your child to experiment in making ‘sandman’ drawings.
  • Label the picture being drawn.
  • Looking at and discussing artwork with your child supports visual perception and literacy skills.
  • Children can draw and scribble on their own by around 18 months.
Program Educational Values
  • Developing creativity
  • Recognizing shapes
  • Introducing babies to art