Kazoops brings colourful music and stories to Kinderling

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Fri 30 September 2016

13 mins

Kazoops is a new Australian-made children's animation with a lot of heart, but importantly for us at Kinderling, it has an awesome soundtrack as well. We speak to the creators and producers of Kazoops Patrick Edgerton and David Webster about new pig on the block Jimmy Jones, and how important imaginative play is for kids. Tune into Kinderling every weekday at 2pm to hear Monty, his family, his pet pig Jimmy and their wonderful adventures!

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