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All of the latest episodes from Kids Listen members. If something cool came out in the last week, it's right here!

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    Brand new

    Sep 25 2020

  • Wow in the World / Tinkerclass (Week 3 Day 5): Reflect & Share

    It's day 5 of TINKERCLASS--the reflect and share phase. Today we share your reflections from this week's project inspired from the episode, Good Habitat Keeping!

  • Story Spectacular / Double Feature The Star Gazers Three / Little Star Wonders (Bedtime)

    CLICK HERE for promotions and discounts from today’s sponsor: http://storyspectacular.com/partners - It's a special Sleepy-Time Tale Double Feature. Tonight we will listen to two starry tales. In our first feature, we will meet three star gazer’s named Wynken Blynken and Nod. I wonder how they will explore the stars tonight? - For our second feature, we will hear from a curious little star who sees something glowing far away in the night sky...  - - - - Listen to Story Spectacular Songs on Spoti...more

  • Journey with Story - A Storytelling Podcast for Kids / Discover How to Prove You're a Princess in this fun Fairytale - Storytelling Podcast for Kids - The Princess and the Pea:E104

    The classic fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen (lightly adapted by Kathleen) about a Queen who devises a special test to prove whether or not a young girl who knocks on the palace door in the middle of a storm and claims to be a princess, is really of royal blood or not.  (duration - 6 minutes)

  • The Music Box / A Short Pause

    So many people in our community are grieving and reacting to current events related to the Breonna Taylor case. Out of respect, we’re going to postpone today’s episode until next week. We’d rather direct your attention to what’s happening in our city now. You can follow the news coverage from our sister station WFPL, and we’re putting some links below for how to talk with your family about racialized violence, justice, and equity. And don’t forget, there are lots of past episodes of The Music B...more

  • KidNuz / 09.24.2020

    Black Widow Sting, Space Junk, Electric Roads, Time 100, Goodbye Gas Guzzlers and Phone a Former Prez!

  • The Big Fib / Ask LISA: Primordial Soup

    This week on The Big Fib, LISA eats the primordial soup. The Big Fib is produced by Gen-Z Media in partnership with PRX. For more great Gen-Z podcasts visit gzmshows.com or follow us on Twitter and Facebook and Instagram.

  • African Folktales: Traditional Bedtime Stories for the Modern Kid / The Rabbit and The Turtle

    Slow and steady Turtle is tired of hearing Jack Rabbit brag about how he is the fastest animal in the animal kingdom and challenges Jack the Rabbit to a race. When the race begins, Jack the Rabbit zips on ahead leaving Slow and Steady Turtle in the dust. He gains such a lead on Slow and Steady Turtle that he stops to take a nap leading to an unexpected result of the race! Let’s just say that Jack the Rabbit learned an important lesson about boasting.Story told by Oni Lasana @ https://onilasana.c...more

  • Sparkle Stories Podcast / "Bardswallow — The Apple Tree Nymph" from So Many Fairies

    This week's Free Story comes from the "So Many Fairies" original audio story collection. It's called "Bardswallow — The Apple Tree Nymph." A little girl named Lucy discovers a great many things in the overgrown backyard of her new home. Each week on the Sparkle Stories Podcast, we share a free story from one of our original story series! For many many many more stories like this one, visit the Sparkle website: www.sparklestories.com Questions? Ideas? Requests? Email us! customerservice@spar...more

  • Eleanor Amplified / The Road Trip Edition, Vol. 4

    Here is Season 4, brought to you in its entirety (it’s about 2 1/2 hours, so pack a lunch). Available for listening in all modes of transportation including planes, trains, motorboats, paddle boats, steamer ships, schooners, space shuttles, submersibles, and some hang gliders. Oh, and cars.

  • Book Club for Kids / The Worst Class Trip Ever by Dave Barry

    Did your class field trip to DC get cancelled? No worries, we'll take you on "The Worst Class Trip Ever" with writer Dave Barry. Kids from Washington debunk the stereotypes folks outside the beltway have about their hometown. Congressman Jeff Denham of California is celebrity reader. Dave Barry talks about why he's funny. Kitty Felde is host. Find out how you can be on the show: bookclubforkids.org

  • Noodle Loaf / Funky Shades

    Sure, I could use this space here to explain photosynthesis but wouldn't you rather learn about it via clapping?  I would.  And so would your child. Also! Learn about dynamics through dance and sing a song about friends. Time To Move - Loud is Big, Soft is Small (Creative Movement / Musical Dynamics) ✪ Clap It Back - Leaves (Rhythmic Awareness / Life Science) ✪ Echo Song - That Spells Friend (Pitch Matching / Literacy) ✪ ✪✪✪ FAMILIES BELONG - the new board book from Dan Saks available from Pengu...more

  • Newsy Jacuzzi / Notorious RBG, data at sea, Delhi’s ballet dream, the master gobblefunker and a leopard in the house

    Special thanks to Amaira and Anaira Mirza for their joint work on this week's fabulous artwork!

  • Circle Round / Long Hair and the Waterfall feat. Rosalind Chao

    Rosalind Chao (Mulan, The Joy Luck Club) headlines this Chinese tale about a tall mountain, a big radish, and the magic of giving back to your community.

  • Brains On! Science podcast for kids / Behind the scenes: See how we make the show

    A listener asked how making  Brains On is different during the pandemic. So with this episode we're giving you a peek into how we're making the show while staying safe. Spoiler alert: we're doing it all from our homes! What's the best way to record crystal clear sound at home? (Hint: Lots of soft surfaces!) How do we make sound effects? How do we get all the animals, humans and machines in our homes to keep it down while we tape? Plus: We asked our co-hosts to share what it was...more