Party Animals

Daily at 8:35am and 12:35pm

The colourful characters in Party Animals are back on TVNZ 6 with new tricks up their sleeves. They use a magical “Faraway Findascope” that allows them to observe nature and special locations – including an aquarium, a park and playground, the Zoo, a beach, and a farm. Party Animals plays daily at 8:35am and 12:35pm on TVNZ Kidzone on TVNZ 6.

In each episode, the animals are given some mystery objects to solve and discover things like letters, numbers, colours and time. Once they’ve found the answer to the objects and their functions, it’s time to party!
“I want the Party Animals to be an enjoyable experience for children where they learn in a fun and safe environment,” says producer Bettina Hollings.

“We’ve made a special effort to include some special Kiwi locations in this series, so New Zealand kids really feel like this is their show.”

Party Animals encourages the natural curiosity of children by developing exploration and problem solving skills, with the help of five cute colourful characters, each focused on one of the senses.

Tippy has a magic touch, Buddy has a taste of the action, Snuffles has a nose for everything, Chopper is there with his great big ears and Poppy has got eagle eyes. And the Party Animals are helped by their special friend, Alphapet.

Party Animals is aligned to the New Zealand Early Childhood Curriculum, Te Whariki, highlighting the concepts of empowerment, holistic development, relationships and family and community.

Party Animals Daily at 8:35am and 12:35pm

The colourful characters in Party Animals are back on TVNZ 6 with new tricks up their sleeves. They use a magical “Faraway Findascope” that allows them to observe nature and special locations – including an aquarium, a park and playground, the Zoo, a beach, and a farm. Party Animals plays daily at 8:35am and 12:35pm on TVNZ Kidzone on TVNZ 6.

In each episode, the animals are given some mystery objects to solve and discover things like letters, numbers, colours and time. Once they’ve found the answer to the objects and their functions, it’s time to party!
“I want Party Animals to be an enjoyable experience for children where they learn in a fun and safe environment,” says producer Bettina Hollings.

“We’ve made a special effort to include some special Kiwi locations in this series, so New Zealand kids really feel like this is their show.”

Party Animals encourages the natural curiosity of children by developing exploration and problem solving skills, with the help of five cute colourful characters, each focused on one of the senses.

Tippy has a magic touch, Buddy has a taste of the action, Snuffles has a nose for everything, Chopper is there with his great big ears and Poppy has got eagle eyes. And the Party Animals are helped by their special friend, Alphapet.

Party Animals is aligned to the New Zealand Early Childhood Curriculum, Te Whariki, highlighting the concepts of empowerment, holistic development, relationships and family and community.