These shows help curious kids discover, answer questions, and occasionally get grossed out!
It's opening day of Camp WeWow! Today, we're listening to one of our favorite episodes of Wow in the World, "Underwater Nit Pickin!" We'll be learning and exploring the underwater world all week, so check back tomorrow for activities, crafts, and more! Visit tinkercast.com/camp for directions to our daily activities and challenges. Share your tinkerings and tales with us at tinkercast.com/share and at 1-888-7WOW-WOW for the chance to be featured at the “campfire” this Friday!
It's time for a brand new week of Mystery Recipe! Today we'll find out this week's theme with a round of Guess the Ingredient. Then, we have an interview about history on The Scoop, and we'll be topping off today's flavors by hearing what you young chefs are cooking up at home with What's Cooking!
This week on The Children’s Hour we chat with Julie from Ants on a Log, a band that performs music for children and other childlike people that advocates for positivity, social justice, and silliness through song. This 2-person band consists of Julie and Anya from Philadelphia, PA. The two began writing together, finding driving harmonies and song topics that were silly, serious, environmental, feminist, gender-bending, and just plain fun. In their off-stage lives, Julie is a music ther...more
In episode 141, we get curious about video games for Justin. How have video games changed over the years? What are some of the most popular video games ever created? Where did popular characters like Mario, Sonic, and PacMan come from?Send Us An E-mail - firstname.lastname@example.orgLeave Us A Voicemail - 856-425-2324Support Us On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/CuriouskidpodcastShop Curious Kid Podcast Merchandise - http://tee.pub/lic/fqXchg3wUVUFollow Us On Facebook - https://www.facebook.c...more
We are excited to announce that Season 3 is on its way, and with it a new format! In this episode *for parents* we discuss advertising on kids podcasts, data on kids listening habits from the non-profit organization Kids Listen, express heartfelt appreciation for our audience and announce upcoming Patreon requests. To kick things off, we could really use your help to better understand our audience! Please share some anonymous information with us by taking this three-minute survey: http://bit.ly...more
On June 12, 2021, Dan Buck will be recording the final episode of BoxerBlu and Bram LIVE on Instagram (@littlenewsears) around 1pm, EST. It will be recorded at the Jazz Age Lawn Party on Governor's Island in NYC. Check it out with mom and dad or whomever! We'll be teaching kids about parents who made their own Disneyland ride, the life of Eric Carle, how SpongeBob costs your parents money, a new type of therapy called Woebot, and the science behind one day controlling your dreams!
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How can science help people? Charita Castro is a scientist who’s spent her life using science to make kids’ lives better, all over the world. When she was little, she saw something that made her ask a big question: “Why don’t other kids have what I have?” She decided to dedicate her life to helping other people. But she didn’t know how until she discovered social science. Follow Charita’s journey to find out about a very special kind of science! Did you know: Saturday, June 12 is the World Day t...more
At just 16 years old Adithi Raghavan founded her organization BEEducated (https://www.thebeeducated.org/) when she learned just how serious the plight of the honeybee is (their populations are declining sharply). Through BEEducated, Adithi has created “The Million Pollinator Garden Challenge” to empower young people all over the country to create bee-friendly gardens in their very own backyards using kits that Adithi and her team send out.
Mega space news from new missions to Venus, fly-by of Jupiter moon, worms head space and kites on Mars, plus a cargo ship fire leads to plastic pollution for Sri Lanka, EV battery recycling break-through and Megawa, the mine-sniffing "Hero Rat," retires .
In this pilot episode, Leah, Jordan & Tim learn about musical dynamics! Using forte & piano (loud and soft) makes music more interesting and fun to listen to. The U-Tubers (a curious rock band of root vegetables) join us on a musical adventure to help teach us HOW to use dynamics, we check in with some of our friends on some of their favorite loud & soft sounds and Reggie Watts gives us a taste of "crescends." Filled with music, comedy, learning and stories this first episode will leave you wa...more
We’ve all played the “what does that cloud look like” game. Maybe you saw a bunny… or an airplane… or a unicorn. What if that same cloud could also be seen by someone in a far off continent? That’s what a listener in Minnesota wondered. He wanted to know if the same cloud he saw in a park near his house could also be seen in Africa. We talk to Deanna Hence, one of our favorite weather experts, and she tells us about how clouds travel. We also dust off the Zoom Ray to learn about what is inside ...more
Rasa takes her time. Jeremy shares a vexing question about cans and bottles. In between, they discuss "Risk" by Anaïs Nin. http://youmustknoweverything.com
Learn about one of the creative engineers behind the invention of the world wide web, or the Internet, and technologies that led to its creation such as HTML, URLs, and web browsers.Check out our new show in Spanish, Déjame contarte la Historia! You can find it on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and all the major podcast apps.👉 Subscribe to get our free e-book! 📚📖 Full Text @ BedtimeHistory.org📺 YouTube👍 Facebook | InstagramSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bedtimehistory)
Are seeds alive? What are they made of? Here in Vermont it's planting time, and we've been getting a lot of questions about seeds from kids around the world. In this episode we'll explore the importance of preserving seed diversity with Hannes Dempewolf of the Global Crop Diversity Trust. Crop Trust manages a repository of seeds from around the world at the Global Seed Vault in Svalbard, Norway, above the Arctic Circle. Plus, ethnobotanist and Abenaki scholar Fred Wiseman shares a little bit ab...more
An informative, reflective episode not to be missed for any child/ adult art lovers out there!🎨🖌🖼 Jack talks to @Cherry_Pie_Makes about her business; his visit to the @Brothership Studio in Hertford; their predictions for art themes in the future and how science and technology interacts with art both now and in the future. They also discuss some wacky ideas about how art materials may fuel future transport and colour the world ! 🚀🌍 He talks to some other children about their predictions a...more
What does being 'on-stage' mean to you? Do you enjoy being the center of attention, contributing quietly and being a part of something amazing, or maybe you just enjoy taking it in? Let's explore all of these directions and meet some incredible people. We hope you enjoy listening, that we spark up conversation for you, and that maybe you'll want to join us. 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Chloe Wesson SingActWrite https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC31dtP8Qjj8lNDeFeeP-Hxw 💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎💎�...more
Django Reinhardt was a Romani musician who, despite losing the use of two of his fingers was one of the most important musicians of his time. His contemporary and fellow Parisian was a man named Eugene Bullard. This American-born man would lead an unbelievable life as a boxer, musician, early black fighter pilot, and more.
It's AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) Heritage Month and this week Madison interviews the founder of the SF Urban Film Fest, Mrs. Fay Darmawi. When she's not active in her home city of San Franciso, Fay is busy fighting crime - not the superhero kind but systems designed to make life harder for people of color, and she does this through the medium of storytelling. Fay's story is an interesting one, from coming to the United States in a mad dash away from her home in Indonesia to play...more
What is a kitchen witch? What do they really do? In this interview episode, Andi talks with Madge LaRue to break down what kitchen magic actually is and ways kids can start practicing it. Then we finish up with a listener question: Why are plants magic? Hosted by Andrea Stein, author of Brina: A Pagan Picture Book and C is for Coven. The latest Moon Dust Press book, Sunday The Sea Witch, can be found at SundayTheSeaWitch.com. Find us online at moondustpress.com. On Instagram @moondustpress...more
Welcome back, young scientists. I’m Dr. Universe and if you’re anything like me you’ve got lots of big questions about our world. On this episode, we investigate questions about toothpaste, sunburns, and Saturn. A big thanks to our kid narrator from Regional Theatre of the Palouse and to the scientists at Washington State University.
Happy Earth Day to you...and here is part 2!Happy Earth Day 2021, Planeteers! Since I had so much to talk about, I decided to split this episode into 2 parts, and this is part 2.In this second part, we are going to talk to Tracey Ritchie, who is the Director of Education at EarthDay.org.She tells us all about WHAT Earth Day is, WHEN it started, WHY it started, and WHO started it. (Hint: it's ALMOST as old as me. But not quite...)She gives us some great ideas about what kids and families can...more
This may seem like a weird topic to end the season on, but it’s actually not. After discussing so many aspects of puberty throughout this podcast, this is just one more that provides real and relevant information. As a developing young person, you deserve to know what may lie ahead and also understand ways that you can protect yourself from Sexually Transmitted infections and HPV. Trust me, you’ve got this.
What do our dogs think about all day? Do dogs experience emotions like people do? Gregory Berns is a bestselling author and a professor at Emory University where he studies animal neuroscience. On this episode of The Show Show About Science, he joins Nate to talk about how he trained dogs to go into an MRI scanner—completely awake—so he could figure out what they think and feel. Learn more about Gregory's work here: http://gregoryberns.com/
This week on the Season Four Premiere of Time For Lunch, we have a very special music filled episode! Hannah and Harry are joined by Andrew & Polly who host the fabulous podcast Ear Snacks. Together we explore the rich world of sounds by playing a bit with the jars in our cupboard. Plus, celebrated author (and Harry’s childhood babysitter) Eugenia Bone shares her recipe for strawberry jam, the perfect thing to seal up in a jar. If you’d like to hear your voice on the show, ask a grownup to help ...more
When Molly got her first smartphone, she was so excited she couldn’t stop staring at her screen and she walked into a power pole. Carl is not so convinced by this flashy and very useful technology. Brains Trust: Guardian Angels Primary School in Queensland — Cienna, Daniel, Ellena, Eva, Kaizin and Laetitia.
These are anxious times, and Tai just wants to know… what’s going to happen? He can’t look into a crystal ball, but there are actually people who spend their lives predicting the future. With their help, he looks towards the great unknown. In this episode Tai speaks to: Rose Eveleth, the creator of Flash Forward Presents, a podcast network that demystifies the future, with shows like Flash Forward and Advice For And From The Future Tim Chartier, Professor of Mathematics at Davidson College. H...more
Here's today's question from Ivy in Boise..."Santa, you’ve been delivering presents on Christmas Eve for a long time. I’m sure each year things are a little different. What’s one thing you’ll do differently next Christmas?”Would you like to ask Santa a question? Visit our website at Christmasful.com to record a message or send us an email through Santa Mail. Be sure to get permission first! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What makes you awesome? Tell us what you talked about @hellofamilypodcast. Check out Survival for Kids! We want you to be on the podcast, call and leave a message: (253) 234-4462. Give us a review & share our podcast with other families! For printable tools that equip your family in cultivating loving and lasting relationships visit patreon.com/hellofamily.
This episode is about pigeons in Paris, poop, a funny French invention and a strange superstition. Eclectic and fun! If your family wants to learn more, find out which sounds animals make for the French and review some vocabulary, download the activity packet here. To receive more info, tips and tricks about learning French with your kids in an engaging way email me at email@example.com Connect with the French with Elise community on Instagram here!
This is a special extended cut of our previously aired Episode 7. It's twice as long as the previously aired episode and comes in at around 22 minutes. Only hit play if you really love Pokemon and don't mind listening to us go off on tangents about them. Cheers! In today’s episode, 6-year-old Nathaniel is the host and asks his dad some Pokemon questions: What is Pokemon? What is Pokemon Go? What is a Pokemon trainer? What is a Pokemon Gym? How does a Pokemon win a battle? H...more
Our world would be a lot different today if it wasn't for the man who invented modern electricity, Nikola Tesla and the Art of Math, Fractals
In this episode of Go With Nugget for Kids, we are heading to the city of Mysore (Mysuru), India. 🇮🇳 We’re meeting 11-year-old Ahan, who takes us on a tour of the royal heritage of his hometown and the incredible Indian wildlife found in southern India. We’ll hear about beautiful palaces, the important tiger conservation, and how a leopard broke into the local zoo! We’ll also learn about the Dussehra festival, monsoon season and delicious Indian food. Loved this episode? Please subscribe and ...more
Young activists share their idea about making butterflies to symbolize the 15,000 children in detention centers in the US. What does it mean to be an activist? Kaia and Lily will tell you in this episode. Find out what inspired them and hear their interview with CultureStrike artist/activist Kat Evasco. Learn how your family can be involved in The Butterfly Effect: Migration is Beautiful movement at www.butterflyeffectmigration.org This episode features the song, “Until You’re Free” from the new...more
In this episode we talk about why we feel different emotions and why it's important to talk about those feelings. We also meet a doctor who can help us if we are having a hard time understanding different feelings.