Orlando, FL (PRWEB) February 27, 2014
Kids, adults and educators alike can now learn about dairy farming in an exciting way through the Florida Dairy Farmers new iPad application, SunnyBell’s Florida Dairy Farm Adventure. The app, which is free to download on Apple’s iTunes store site, is a fun, interactive romp through a Florida dairy farm.
SunnyBell - a little calf who longs to be an important part of the dairy farm, teaches kids about nutritious milk and where it comes from. The story is interactive and immersive, while kids learn about how a dairy farm works. The app also includes sing-along “moo”sicals, word-search puzzles, coloring pages and quizzes.
SunnyBell’s Florida Dairy Farm Adventure app is not only great for kids of all ages, but is also an exceptional educational tool for parents and educators, and uses games and songs to improve cognitive abilities in kids.
“The SunnyBell app shares the experience of life on a Florida dairy farm while reinforcing the message of where our milk comes from. Children are easily engaged, via educational songs and games that boast interactive animation, while learning about the importance of dairy foods in the diet,” says Alyssa Greenstein, registered dietitian with Florida Dairy Farmers. “As a registered dietitian and mother of three, I especially enjoy the fact that the SunnyBell app helps kids and adults separate nutrition from fads and misinformation.”
To download the free app, visit http://www.floridamilk.com and check out our new Kids Corner where you can learn, play and grow with SunnyBell.
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About Florida Dairy Farmers
Florida Dairy Farmers is Florida’s milk promotion group, working to enhance the dairy-farming industry’s image and increase milk and dairy product sales statewide via education and marketing. FDF is one of 18 member organizations of the United Dairy Industry Association and carries out the programs of Dairy Management Inc., the umbrella organization based in Chicago, Ill. For more information, call 407-647-8899 or 800-516-4443 and visit us at http://www.floridamilk.com.