ZooMoo TV - It's All Animals

by - Monday, September 14, 2015

It has been very hazy recently and we have to be stuck at home most of the time. Many parents should know how difficult it can be when children have no place to let off their energy. 

If you are like me, having to think of various activities to keep the kids busy and engaged, here are some ideas.

2) Marble Painting

3) Building a Fort

5) Television or Device Time

While we try to limit screen time as much as possible, it is sometime inevitable to allow the boys enjoy some screen time. Such as when Mummy needs to finish up some housework, prepare meals, do some work or even to just laze around. To make me feel less guilty, I usually allow educational shows or apps. Some of our favourite shows include Hi-5, Peppa Pig, Songs from SuperSimpleSongs.

ZooMoo TV

ZooMoo TV (StarHub Channel 306) is another program that I would recommend. If your kids love animals, they will love the ZooMoo channel because 'It's All Animals - All the Time. ZooMoo TV is a channel that engages and entertains children with stories about the animal world. It helps children to build their knowledge and affection for animals. It has a line up of about 4,000 shows, ranging from real wildlife footage, puppetry and animations. 

Some of the ZooMoo cast who will be bringing you to explore the world of animals.
Credit: ZooMoo

To make learning more realistic, there are also footages of real animals.
Credit: ZooMoo

If you are watching ZooMoo TV, you've got to download the ZooMoo app. Using revolutionary technology, the ZooMoo app is able to 'listen' to the ZooMoo channel! The channel will then sends original and complimentary content to the child's tablet, eg animal cards or food. 

ZooMoo App

The ZooMoo App is designed to work alongside the ZooMoo channel to extend and reinforce children's learning. 

Upon opening the app, children will be transported to ZooMoo Island. On the island, children can learn and interactive with up to 150 animals on the island. The island is divided into different habitats so that your child can learn where the animals live in, eg. grassland, river, ocean, etc.

ZooMoo Island

The child can select an animal and watch a short real-life clip of the animal, learn its name and whether the animal is endangered, rare or common.

A video clip of the animal in action

Children can also interact with the animals. In this scene, the baby buffalo is hungry. The children can help to feed the animal and earn hearts.

When enough hearts are accumulated, the child will get a present, where more animals are unlocked, more food cards or other interactive cards. Through this, children will learn how to care for and love the animals.

A packet of cards as present

For parents participation, there is a parent's info section, where parents can learn more about the app. There are also animals fact file, which the parent can read up first and later discuss with the child while the child is interacting with the animal.

After installing the app, no Internet connection is required to use the app. There is no in-app purchases or advertising so parents can let the child play with a peace of mind. The ZooMoo app is free for download from AppStore and Google Play.

Introducing ZooMoo's New Series: 'Lost'

Coming 16 September, ZooMoo will be launching a new series, 'Lost'. This new series is about Flash, a wildlife photographer who loves animals and travel around the world to discover animals. We got to watch a preview of an episode. The boys definitely enjoyed watching the show. Remember to catch it on 16 September, 5pm on StarHub Channel 306.

See how engrossed they are with the show


We are really thankful to receive a gift pack from ZooMoo. The boys really enjoyed exploring and learning about animals. For our readers, we have One ZooMoo Gift Pack to giveaway. 

Just complete all the steps below to win! Giveaway ends Monday, 21 September 2015, 2359 hrs.

To Win, 
1) Like The Js Arena
2) Like ZooMoo Asia
3) Like and share this facebook post. Remember to set your post to public.
4) Comment on this facebook post stating the debut date of 'Lost' and tag 3 friends.

Terms and Conditions:
1. Giveaway ends on Monday, 21 September 2015, 2359 hours (Singapore time)
2. Open to Singapore residents only.
3. All entries have to be completed. Incomplete or invalid entries will be disqualified without notice.
4. Limited to one winner per household.
5. Giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with, Facebook.
6. We reserve the right to amend the terms and conditions without prior notice.

About ZooMoo

ZooMoo explores the animal world in ways that are entertaining, interactive and enriching, sparking in kids a love for animals.

ZooMoo is a collaboration between some of the world's foremost wildlife filmmakers and world renowned early childhood educationalists from the University of Otago, New Zealand's premier university. Together, they have created a powerful package: a catalyst for learning that engages both children and their parents.

Using the free ZooMoo App, kids can unlock animals and games from the broadcast and add them to ZooMoo Island on their tablet.

Disclaimer: I received a ZooMoo gift pack for the purpose of this review. No monetary compensation was involved. All opinions, texts and photos are mine, unless otherwise stated.

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