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Explore Your Curiosity

These shows help curious kids discover, answer questions, and occasionally get grossed out!

by Kids Listen

    Explore Your Curiosity

    Dec 02 2021

  • KidNuz / 12.01.2021

    Presidential Encouragement, Spacewalk Delayed, Golf’s GOAT, Quitting Social, Bus Hut, Frightening Fish and Overdue is an Understatement!

  • Newsy Pooloozi - The News Pod for Kids / Kid News This Week: Invasion of Joro spiders, omicron arrives, plants talk, maple syrup crisis

    This week’s kid news – Asia’s Joro spiders invade Georgia, new COVID variant omicron arrives, Singapore’s scientists get plants talking to humans and Canada’s maple syrup crisis – all that and more on Newsy Pooloozi!

  • Mystery Recipe / Week Eight, Episode Two: Stop, Drop, and Roll

    Today Suzie is back for some true or false in Tricky Trivia. Then we're talking with someone special in Ask a Grown Up! And finally Andrea is here with more cooking advice in How To Time!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

  • Little News Ears / News for Kids at LNE.news - Zoe‘s Hots and Nots - September 2021 - Squishmallows, Fidget Spinners...

    It's September 30, 2021. Zoe teaches us all about what is hot and what is not. She loves fidget spinners and Squishmallows!

  • You Must Know Everything / 122. Cube!

    Special guest Mom turns a corner. Rasa answers a vexing question about spicy food. In between, they and Jeremy discuss "A Center" by Ha Jin. http://youmustknoweverything.com

  • Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids and Families / The Wright Brothers

    Learn more about Orville and Wilbur Wright, the brothers who invented flight along with those who inspired them like Otto Lilienthal, the German inventor. 📖 Full Text @ BedtimeHistory.org📺 YouTube👍 Facebook | Instagram🇲🇽 Spanish | "Déjame contarte la Historia" For 50% off your first month of KiwiCo.com use promo code BEDTIMEHISTORYSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bedtimehistory)

  • Wow in the World / Googly Eyed Guy!

    Mindy meets Guy Raz's doppleganger, who just happens to be a... scarecrow?! She's not the only one seeing double! Join Mindy and Guy Raz as they learn about how a pair of googly eyes can trick seagulls into thinking they're seeing double too! It's the who, what, when, where, how, why, and WOW of googly eyed buoys!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

  • The Children's Hour / Grateful For Grandparents

    This week on The Children's Hour, it's the season of gratitude, and we're grateful for some of the most important people in our lives: our grandparents. The Kids have messages and stories to share for and about their own grandparents. We'll also hear kids from Jimmy Carter Middle School telling stories about grandparent love and magic in action. We're honoring grandmas and grandpas this week on The Children's Hour, in a show that's perfect for Thanksgiving weekend. This show is packed w...more

  • Curious Kid Podcast / Curious About Earth

    In episode 165, we learn about planet Earth for Cameron, Calvin, Abby, Josie, and Bowie.  What makes Earth a planet?  What about Earth makes it a the best planet for humans to live on?  Why can't we feel the Earth move even though it's always traveling at about 67,000 miles per hour?Visit the Curious Kid Podcast Website - http://www.curiouskidpodcast.com Send Us An E-mail - curiouskidpodcast@gmail.comLeave Us A Voicemail - 856-425-2324Support Us On Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/Cur...more

  • The Past and The Curious: A History Podcast for Kids and Families / Episode 62: Chance Encounters

    Train stations are busy places and two notable men had very remarkable (and dramatic)encounters in stations during the 1860s. Thomas Edison met a mentor, and Robert Lincoln met a Shakespearean actor named Booth. Also features a You Have 30 Seconds segment on the Beale Papers and more!

  • Tumble Science Podcast for Kids / Kids’ Vaccines Tackle COVID-19

    What do you need to know about the new COVID-19 vaccines for ages 5 - 11? Sam, age 8, and Natalie, age 10, are here to help! They participated in a COVID vaccine trial, which is an important part of the science that will help end the threat of coronavirus. Along with Dr. Kawsar Talaat, an epidemiologist who helped run the trials, they share the behind-the-scenes of the process that helps us know that vaccines are safe to take. Nervous about getting your shot? Natalie and Sam have some great advi...more

  • Jack To The Future / Episode 16 - The Future of English

    We love words here at Jack To The Future🌍  - language is fun isn’t it ! Jack begins the episode with a riddle game for you and contemplates the future of English following his research on this topic.  Will the future of the English language be a combination of languages? Will 'text' speak and acronyms  seep into the spoken word? Are  emojis words? Do you know what an emordnilap is? How about the etymology of spoonerisms or portmanteaus? Jack and  his guest speaker this ...more

  • The Alien Adventures of Finn Caspian: Science Fiction for Kids / S11 E3: Welcome to TinyTown

    This episode comes out for free on 11/26, and is available early and ad-free for Wondery+ Kids subscribers.Bunce and the explorers embark on their mission, but just how powerful is Bunce's magic?We always love sounds, art and jokes sent to earth@finncaspian.com. And don't forget about Griffin's Sound Club! Send yours! If you have a second, and can rate or review the show in iTunes, we would be so grateful! It really helps get the word out.Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!Many thanks to...more

  • Ear Snacks Podcast for Kids / Fireflies, Glow-sticks & The Lights of Hanukkah

    Sundown, lights up! Andrew & Polly ask their friends about sources of illumination, human-made and natural. Lori Hoch Stiefel from PJ Library shares her Hanukkah story and we begin to wonder...why do candlelight and winter celebrations go hand-in-hand? Thanks to Arlo, Molly, Poppy, Opal, Sam, and Thiri (and their parents) for sharing what they know about lights and how their families use lights to celebrate. As the nights get longer, we’ll dive deeper into how lights work, bioluminescence, a...more

  • All Things Madison podcast / All Things Madison, Episode 31: Women In STEM Making It Fun

    This week Madison learns that STEM is fun! She interviews her first mother-daughter duo Mrs. Mary O'Neill and Mrs. Elizabeth O'Neill Harris, both of whom have made careers in science and math. Follow along for exploration in science and math that you just may find delightfully intriguing. 

  • Brains On! Science podcast for kids / What happens if you drop a feather in space?

    In space, will a feather stay still? Fall down? Float away? Turns out, the answer depends on where you are! But one thing affects your feather no matter what: gravity! So Galileo is joining us all the way from the 1500s to fill us in on his theory about gravity. Then, we’re heading to space, and dropping a feather in a few different places to see what happens. Listen closely for a listener-submitted mystery sound, and a moment of um that answers this question: If you pick a flower, fruit or vege...more

  • Hello Family / 105: Have you thought about foster/adoption?

    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: hellofamilypodcast@gmail.com. For the Family Question of the Day and everything else: https://linktr.ee/hellofamily

  • But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids / Do skyscrapers scrape the sky?

    Why is the Burj Khalifa so tall? That’s what 5-year-old Simon wants to know. The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world and it’s located in Dubai. 6-year-old Isabel, who lives in Dubai, visited the tower and gives us the bird’s eye view in this episode! Plus, Janny Gédéon, architecture educator and founder of ArchForKids answers lots more questions about tall buildings: How are tall buildings built? How do they stay up? Why are so many buildings squares or rectangles? How do they make...more

  • Sweet Potato Music / Episode 5 - RESTS!

    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

  • At Your Level - for kids by kids / Poems to Space

    This season finale is filled with poems about space. The trombone bits are also about space. The whole thing is packed with poems and, well, space! That's because for this episode we collaborated with some amazing creatives that inspired us: Astrophysicist Sean Raymond who wrote the book 'Blackholes Stars Earth and Mars', Illustrated by his son Owen (who was kind enough to make this cover for us too). We highly recommend this book! Here's a link to it: https://www.amazon.com/Black-Holes-Stars-E...more

  • Ask Dr. Universe / Episode 12: Meet a Plant Doctor | Pumpkins

    Hello young scientists. I’m Dr. Universe and if you are anything like me, you’ve got lots of big questions about our world. Today’s special guest is someone who is really curious about plants and why they get sick—yes, you heard that right, plants can get sick, too.  We'll also investigate some questions about pumpkins along the way. As always, kids can submit a question for a chance to be featured on a future episode at askDrUniverse.wsu.edu/ask

  • Nature Narratives / Space: The Solar Flare and The Aurora part 2

    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/

  • Tai Asks Why / Introducing: Unlocking the Fountain

    We're working away on Season 4 right now. In the meantime, here's something you might like. What if there were a pill that could add decades to your life? Would you take it? For thousands of years, people have searched for elixirs that could delay death and extend human life. Could new advances in medicine finally make this a reality? From madcap medicine to cutting-edge science, the quest to unlock the fountain of youth is teeming with dreamers, skeptics and charlatans alike. More episodes ar...more

  • The Show About Science / 089: The Fungi Hunt with Ellen Holste

    Hidden ten miles south of Hastings, Michigan and only accessible via an old gravel road is the Pierce Cedar Creek Institute, a nature center and biological field station. On this episode of The Show About Science, we meet Ellen Holste, PhD. Ellen is the Community Program Manager at the Pierce Cedar Creek Institute and our tour guide into the amazing world of fungi. Be prepared to learn and have some fun as we scour the prairie for all sorts of fungus. Learn more about the Pierce Cedar Creek Ins...more

  • Short & Curly / Are some pranks just not okay?

    Have you ever pranked your brother or sister by freezing their bowl of cereal and milk the night before and then serving them a solid, icy breakfast? Or have you replaced salt in the saltshaker with sugar? Or put big, heavy rocks in a friend's school bag when they're not looking? Pranks can be can hilarious and entertaining, but can it sometimes be just plain wrong and mean to prank someone? Brains Trust – Lyneham Primary School: Oliver, Lanna, Toby, Riley, Elly

  • The Genius Generation / Nala Hayden

    Nala is the creator of the non-profit organization MyHairLove. Her mission is teaching younger black children how to care for their natural hair while breaking stigmas and negative stereotypes at the same time. She plans to do this through YouTube, educational “hair kits,” and live workshops with elementary and middle school aged children.

  • french with elise / La Bise

    Podcast Episode 5 Are you wondering how to faire la bise and greet like a French person? This episode will teach you everything you need to know about the French cheek kisses! If you want to learn more, download the activity packet here! To receive more info, tips and tricks about learning F...more

  • Time For Lunch / Seaweed!

    This week on Time For Lunch, Hannah and Harry are exploring the deepest fathoms of the ocean, looking for delicious algae to eat...that’s right, this episode is all about seaweed! Suzie Flores of Maine’s Stonington Kelp Company joins the conversation to teach listeners about this yummy, nutritious, ocean snack. Plus, Suzie shares her kids’ favorite kelp recipe and we’ve got jokes, fun facts, and more in store for you.If you’d like to hear your voice on the show, ask a grownup to help you record ...more

  • Mini Magic : A Witchcraft Podcast for Kids / 19: Celebrating Lughnasadh

    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

  • That's Totally Normal! / Sexually-transmitted infections and HPV

    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.

  • Millennial Santa / Santa, what's one thing you'll do differently next Christmas? (Ivy from Boise)

    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!

  • 7 in 7 An Educational Podcast for Kids / The Pokemon Episode (Extended Cut)

    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

  • Science is Fun E / The Man who Invented Modern Electricity and Fractals

    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

  • Go With Nugget for Kids / India for Kids: Learn about Tigers and the Royal Heritage of Mysore

    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

  • So Get Me: the Alphabet Rockers’ podcast for families making change! / Call to Action: THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT

    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