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Mio Mao
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Mio Mao

“Mio and Mao” are two little kittens who are very curious about the world. They take pleasure in exploring their surroundings together and by working together to find hidden things. Watch as “Mio and Mao” use teamwork to discover interesting objects and animals. Claymation takes center stage in this colorful new show from BabyFirstTV!

Program Schedule
See what time Mio Mao is playing!
VARIETY
6:00 AM - 7:59 AM
7:04 AM
BABY FIRST FAVORITE
11:00 AM - 11:59 AM
11:03 AM
VARIETY
2:30 PM - 3:59 PM
3:03 PM
BABY FIRST FAVORITE
7:00 PM - 7:59 PM
7:39 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Watching 'Mio Mao' helps your child develop imagination and creative thinking.
  • Encourage your child to play with clay or dough. This will help develop their fine motor skills.
  • Talk to your child as you work with clay. Use words like “pinch,” “roll,” and “shape”. Talk to your child about the feeling of clay. Use words like “soft” and “smooth.”
  • Making objects with clay or dough encourages planning.
  • Playing with clay develops hand-eye coordination.
Program Educational Values
  • Problem-Solving
  • Helpfulness
  • Friendship