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Where does food come from?

Moo Food will show you! Grill the food, mix the eggs, pour the milk, have fun. Explore food through cool pictures and fun sounds. Moo Food gives you nine fun and educational films to show kids where our groceries come from and nine interactive food games for kids to play with and learn.

Do you hear the sizzle of the grill? It sounds like we are ready to play. Explore fish, sausage, bananas, milk, eggs, mushrooms, carrots, apples and steak.

1 Meat from the ox
2 Fish from the sea
3 Sausages from the pig
4 Bananas from the palm tree
5 Milk from the cow
6 Eggs from the hen
7 Mushrooms from the forest
8 Carrots from the ground
9 Apples from the tree

・Watch the 9 fun and educational films
・Learn where the food comes from
・Tap a sign and hear Mika Maka Moo tell you where the food comes from

・Cut out a piece of meat, add salt and pepper and eat it
・Catch a fish with a fishing rod
・Cut 3 sausages down from a string
・Peel 4 bananas and eat them
・Pour milk into 5 glass and drink the milk, perhaps you might end up pouring too much in to one glass?
・Break 6 eggs on the table or put them in a bowl and whip them into egg foam.
・Pick mushrooms in the forest, some are poisonous and can't be picked
・Play notes on 8 carrots and pull them up from the ground
・Pick 9 apples from the tree and put them in a basket. Perhaps there is a worm in some of the apples?


Privacy Policy:
・Our studio does not collect any personal information from you
・We do not allow advertisements, therefore no company will collect data for ad targeting
・There are no purchase of other apps within the app
・We do not store or share your location
・We do not link to any websites
・There are no social communication through our service


Mika Maka Moo Gmbh
257.8 MB
Cal que tinguis el sistema operatiu iOS 6.0 o posterior. Compatible amb iPad.
Classificada 4+
© Mika Maka Moo Gmbh


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