A podcast for little ones to move to, and in this series we're going to the zoo!
We’re meeting lots of animals and their zookeepers, and finding out all about how they move, eat, sleep and play - the animals that is, not the humans!
In each episode we're learning about a different animal, from lions and meerkats to giraffes and komodo dragons. You can listen along and waddle like a penguin, strut like a flamingo, charge like an elephant, and flutter like a butterfly
Recommended ages 4+
15 - 20 minutes
- Creator & Director: Daphna Attias
- Contributing Writers: Daphna Attias, Rachel Bagshaw, Bridie Donaghy, Bridget Lappin, Meera Patel and Maya Politaki.
- Narrator: Charlie Hendren
- Composers & Sound Designers: Ellie Isherwood, Yaniv Fridel & Ben Kelly
- Access Consultant: Amelia Cavallo
- Movement Consultant: Ayse Tashkiran
- Producer: Bridie Donaghy
- Marketing Manager: Vic Shead
- Podcast Illustration: Evie Fridel
Audiomoves at the Zoo is funded by Arts Council England, with support from Phoenix Court, the Unicorn Theatre, The Place, Full House Theatre, Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Peut-Être Theatre is supported by Arts Council England, Backstage Trust, Garfield Weston Foundation, Foyle Foundation and Phoenix Court.
Audiomoves is a great resource for primary teachers! Episodes can be used at KS1 and 2 to deliver dance as part of the PE curriculum, as a sensory break activity, or to connect to other areas of the curriculum with movement sequences themed around Forces, Weather, Light and many more.
Check our our Teacher Resource Pack which includes lesson plans on how to use Audiomoves in the classroom, and how to write your own Audiomoves episode:
Teacher Resource Pack
You can also watch a recording of our Audiomoves teacher training event:
Audiomoves CPD Recording
"The structure is fantastic – the way it moves from warm up, to energising to calm, is brilliant."
Adrian Largo, year 4 teacher