In episode 243, we get curious about beaches for Grace, Tom, and Oli of Tasmania, Australia. How are beaches formed? Do all beaches look the same? What kinds of animals can be found on beaches? Learn all about beaches with us.Visit the Curious Kid Podcast Website - http://www.curiouskidpodcast.com Send Us An E-mail - email@example.comLeave Us A Voicemail - 856-425-2324Support Us On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/CuriouskidpodcastShop Curious Kid Podcast Merchandise - http://tee....more
It's May 27, 2023. Paxton is back with news for kids from around the world. Mexico is using the notorious Pegasus spy software more than any other country. India gets its first Apple store. In China people are saying bye to the business world for more quality time. A contest for kids to hunt feral cats is scrapped in New Zealand. And Finns are the happiest people in the world. Why?
Underwater Wonder, Masterminding Mobility, Little Mermaid Reboot, Memorial Day Meaning, Space Tourism and Airplane Etiquette!
“Do dogs think and feel the way we do?” We all know dogs can’t talk. That’s why scientists have to come up with creative ways of asking our canine companions what’s going on in their minds. We’ll find out why dog cognition scientist Zachary Silver put on a play for dogs - which inspired us to create Tumble’s very first dog radio theater production! Just call us “The Tumble Dog Players.” It will all make sense by the end of the episode. This is the final episode of Tumble’s 8th season! But stay s...more
Maria Mitchell was the first American to discover a new comet, which brought her great fame, but her career in the 1800s as a professor at Vassar College left her greatest legacy. In the next century, Ann Hodges was not looking to get involved in objects from space, but one of them crashed into her house anyway. The Past and The Curious is an Airwave Media Podcast
This week hear how Georgia Tech creates a centipede robot to help in natural disasters, India completes the world’s highest railway bridge in Kashmir, a 13-year-old with no cell phone becomes a US hero and after hiding behind COVID masks the Japanese take lessons to learn to smile again – plus the world wrap of other headline news and the Fab Fact Quiz!
Welcome back, young scientists. I’m Dr. Universe. If you’re anything like me, you’ve got lots of big questions about our world. Do you love our solar system? Today, 4th graders from Palouse Prairie Charter School take me on a space tour in their Boomcrusher space shuttle. Come along!Ask Dr. Universe is a service of Washington State University geared toward an 8- to 13-year-old audience. If your class or group is interested in working on a podcast episode with Dr. Universe, reach out. It takes...more
Learn about the legendary life of Tony Hawk, the skateboarding icon who revolutionized the sport. From his early days as a prodigy to his global impact, we explore the highs, lows, and lasting legacy of the man who soared to new heights on four wheels.📖 Full Text @ BedtimeHistoryStories.com📺 YouTube👍 Facebook | Instagram🇲🇽 Spanish | "Déjame contarte la Historia"Share your thoughts here:https://forms.gle/AV3cWqMPTujDTMSK7Check out my daughter creating a KiwiCo Punch Needle Pillow!...more
October and Fish are on the case! Secrets and intrigues are exposed as our heroes investigate the suspicious circumstances behind the disappearance of Mr. Body… ACTORS: Humphrey Hummer - Aaron Feldman; Mandy Mandel - Brianna Bagshaw-Stocks; Duchess Antingburg - Hannah Jack Halcro; Fish with Legs - Zoë Bujold; October Jones - Erin Dunlop; Narrator - Elisabeth Nyveen. Created by Dexter Lavery-Callender, Elisabeth Nyveen, and Zoë Bujold. Written and edited by Dexter Lavery-Callender and E...more
Ink and paper was all that we think of, when the printer comes to our mind.But if we told you that you could order a cheesecake at the printer. Scientists at Columbia University recently introduced a 3D printing machine for children to choose which toppings and what flavours they would like on each cheesecakeWith this, we sign off our 120th episode of Season 1. We will be taking a short break this summer and will come back with more stories about the real world around us, in season 2.Support the...more
This time on The Children's Hour we explore what sounds classic. First we learn about classical music with prodigy pianist Kayden Kelly. Then we play with sound effects with Kip Allen and Crawford MacCallum.
Creating fun and meaningful conversations for parents and kids. Join us in cultivating loving and lasting relationships through questions. We'd love to hear what you have been talking about, send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For the Family Question of the Day and everything else: https://linktr.ee/hellofamily
Why do wolves howl at the moon? Do wolves have different howls? How were wolves domesticated into dogs? How do wolves run fast for so long? What kind of habitats do wolves prefer? Why are people scared of wolves? Do they eat people? How do we protect them? But Why visits the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, New York, where education director Regan Downey answers kid questions about these apex predators. Download our learning guides: PDF | Google Slide | Transcript
Chirp chirp, y’all! Ever wondered what birds mean when they’re singing their little birdy hearts out? This week, Molly and cohost Bessie explore the kinds of sounds birds can make, and how those sounds are used. Birdsong researcher Kristin Brunk breaks down some sweet tweet science, and we learn how human noise has affected our feathery friends. Plus, a groovy new Mystery Sound! This episode was sponsored by: Liquid I.V. (LiquidIV.com - Use code BRAINS at checkout to receive 20% off anything yo...more
Brian Selznick is an illustrator and author best known for his books The Invention of Hugo Cabret, Wonderstruck, and The Marvels and Kaleidoscope. Brian joins Nate on this episode of The Show About Science to talk about the science behind his latest book, Big Tree. The book follows two small sycamore seeds, Merwin and Louise, who are looking for a safe place to grow while trying to save the entire world. Brian's research into fossil species, climate change, fungal hyphae and paleobotany form the...more
Lots of adults think children should never swear. Many Short & Curly listeners tell us they secretly swear behind their parent’s backs. So what’s wrong with swearing anyway? Aren't they just harmless words? Brains Trust – Anula Primary School, Darwin: Mariah, Megan, Dylan, Aeldrich, Lily
This month, Jack talks to one of his artgineering idols, Jay from @JBVCreative who pushes the boundaries of art by combining with engineering. Jack talks to him about his projects, concept and what the future may hold. The pair discuss set-backs, challenges and learning opportunities. A unique and fascinating episode! #jacktothefuture #podcast #STEAM JBV Creative on YouTube JBV Creative on Insta --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/jacktothefuture/messa...more
Are you human?Meet the 90 trillion non-human friends that each one of us carries around every day (plus a couple of goats) with one of our new music friends from down under, Formidable Vegetable's Charlie Mgee. Charlie's music and ideas take us on a journey to consider our relationship to the environment and think about how to be a good friend to the whole world.100 trillion thanks to Charlie Mgee for popping back on the grid to speak with us and sharing 3 songs from their most recent album "Gar...more
Our last Frog-a-Day episode!We didn't manage all 30 days but we only missed 2. We ended up learning a lot about frogs and we hope you did too!Thanks for everything, especially to Henry, and until next time, be nice to animals!***Urban Wildlife Institute at the Lincoln Park Zoo
Hello, dear listeners.This is Matthew. For the past 2 years, I have been the one in charge of making podcasts at A Kids Co, including episodes for the show you’re listening to right now.Making shows for you is the greatest because making stuff for kids is the greatest.But we all need to find time to rest now and then, and to let our projects and our ideas rest, as well.This show is going to be taking a break. This will mean that there will not be new episodes coming out for, at least, a little w...more
Happy Halloween 🎃👻👹 Welcome to the ‘making friends’ episode. Slightly Halloween flavored, filled with lots of friend making advice, mostly fun. The Truly Friends Game: Play along by asking a friend 3 Halloweeny questions about yourself, then answer 3 more about them. See how well you know each other. Jesse & Mr. Sean: Join 10 year old Jesse & his warm ‘play therapist’ as they explore some of the challenging aspects of making new friends. https://www.advancedcounselingilm.com Bad Dad: No dad...more
Join Robin and friends as her family's grandfather clock magically whisks them back in time to meet fascinating figures from the past at inspiring moments in their history-making lives. Your own imagination will make you feel like you are there, in the moment.
After witnessing a mismatch in food bank donations — massive lines at one, and barely any supply at others — Tavish Sharma created Solve Hunger (https://www.solvehungercorp.org/). His app aims to address food shortages and rally communities around their local food banks, and it’s already recruited over 60 food banks, pantries, and soup kitchens.
What do cinnamon rolls, noodles, potstickers and sugar cookies all have in common? They all require a rolling pin! This week on Time For Lunch, we’re learning about a simple yet essential kitchen tool, the humble rolling pin. Harry and Hannah share stories about some unusual pins, plus our intern Isaac is back, interviewing children’s book author Cynthia Cliff about her first book, Pie For Breakfast. And, we’ll take another trip back to the groovy Seventies to learn more about a rolling pin’s be...more
Tumble is a science podcast created to be enjoyed by the whole family. With over 100 episodes over 7 seasons, Lindsay and Marshall have explored science topics ranging from poop, to space, to animals, and literally everything in between. In their 8th season, coming up this September, they’ll be covering even more topics, always in a fun, accessible way for the whole family to enjoy. Listen and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts, or at sciencepodcastforkids.com
A couple of weeks into Women's History Month, we couldn't let the month go by without honoring two of the most powerful women in politics. Tune in for a fascinating education on VP Harris and Mrs. Shirley Chisolm as you hear about their humble beginnings to their rise to stardom.
Rasa and Jeremy give themselves a time out. http://youmustknoweverything.com
This episode is all about resting! No, not naptime, musical rests, or silences in melody and rhythm within a piece of music. We listen to the Sweet Potato theme song WITH and WITHOUT rests to begin the episode. You can really hear the roll rests play, giving space, groove and breathing room within a song. Some of our listener friends attempt to sing popular songs with no rests and find it's quite difficult! The U-Tubers - Cory Carrot, Olivia Onion, Sweet Potato, Benny Beat and Tori Turnip, break...more
This is the continued adventure of a solar flare spraying out ionized gas and plasma particles. And, directly in the particles' path... a small blue planet. Will earth's magnetic field protect it? What will happen to these ionized particles? Learn about the aurora borealis or northern lights in this thrilling new episode in our series on Space. This is not the end of the story... www.naturenarrativespodcast.com/our-story/
A sabbat episode of Mini Magic chatting about the August 1st celebration of Lughnasadh (or Lammas). We going to go over the history and mythology, starting in Ancient Ireland with the god Lugh throwing honorary funeral games in celebration of his mother, and then give some suggestions for things kids can do with family or friends to make their Lughnasadh special. We finish up with a listener question about Wicca. Remember you can always submit a question to be answered on the podcast by g...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.
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!
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