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Zoofari

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Funny clip-based show introduces kids to animal basics.

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This fun series plants the seeds of curiosity about animal behavior and diversity rather than overwhelming its audience with volumes of knowledge. Using a clip-based format that caters to the short attention span of young kids, Zoofari exposes them to small amounts of facts about many different kinds of animals in basic classifications of shared traits, kind of like a primer in a young reader's library.

By pairing that with lighthearted narration and putting silly voices to many of the animals on-screen, the show makes the act of learning about the natural world an intriguing one. Even though its content is best suited for kids, Zoofari makes for fun family viewing as well, and parents and kids can build on what they learn in the show with books, series on related topics, or even field trips to a zoo or an animal park.

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