Parents' Guide to

Peek-a-Zoo - by Duck Duck Moose

By Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 2+

Tots learn to recognize emotions, behaviors with cute app.

App iPhone , iPod Touch , iPad Free Books
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A Lot or a Little?

What you will—and won't—find in this app.

Community Reviews

age 3+

Based on 3 parent reviews

age 2+

Love this app!

Just cant' say enough good things about Duck Duck Moose apps, they are just great!
age 3+

apt for 3 and plus

i would say this app is quite good.. at one point my baby lost her patience.. the main problem is not of many of the young parents know about all these apps. i would suggest everybody to share these apps by using simple ways like utilizing LiveAlbum (livealbum.me). plus point is i could share it my friends with just a click and i could let my friends know (they are parents too) with just an image and few comments that these apps are available in the market. so that it will be beneficial for the other kids too.

Privacy Rating Warning

  • Unclear whether personal information is sold or rented to third parties.
  • Personal information is not shared for third-party marketing.
  • Unclear whether this product displays personalised advertising.
  • Data are collected by third-parties for their own purposes.
  • User's information is not used to track and target advertisements on other third-party websites or services.
  • Unclear whether this product creates and uses data profiles for personalised advertisements.

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (3 ):
Kids say (1 ):

PEEK-A-ZOO BY DUCK DUCK MOOSE is a wonderful app for preschoolers and even toddlers. Its cute, colorful animal characters are appealing, and its simple point-and-touch controls can be mastered by anyone of any age. It schools very young children in the type of social and emotional learning that you don't see incorporated into many video games. Can your child recognize which animal is tired by seeing one of them yawn? Can she point out the angry animal by noticing the arched brows and frown? Plus, there's a lot about simply recognizing and naming common behaviors (waving, turning backwards, etc.). It's educational in a less-expected way.

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