This is Part One of our 2-part series dedicated to Online safety and screen time. #SaferInternetDay.In this episode, Elliot saw something he shouldn't have seen online. He doesn't know what it was and whether he should tell his friends about it, but Lisa, Cowy and Billy are here to help. Listen to find out what made Elliot feel uncomfortable and how he can learn to talk about it with his friends. Parents, we have plenty of activities, games, and songs that will teach your little one ...more
There’s a good chance that a sibling relationship will last longer than most other relationships in life. Many times, siblings can help children to define what they value and look for in other relationships. Siblings can also help each other to develop self-regulation and emotional understanding as they grow up together. All relationships will have some conflict, and this can promote growth ... but it can be tough, especially when you live together, or even share a bunk bed!In this episode, Todd...more
Pedro se divierte engañando a sus amigos y cuando los necesita de verdad, ellos ya no creen en él.
STOOPKID CREW!!!! How yall feeling!? Happy New Year! Season 7 Episode 6! Welcome back Stoopkids! So excited to sit on the Stoop with you all again! Happy 2023!Stoop Announcements!Introducing "Ask Melly", a segment where listeners like you can send in your questions and I will answer them on the show. Thank you to Mina for sending in our first question!Thank you Patreon Family for supporting Stoopkid Stories for the past 2 years. Don't worry Stoopkid Crew, more fun activities and e...more
Get to know some of the family music artists nominated for a 2023 GRAMMY Award for Best Children’s Album: Divinity Roxx from NYC (@diviroxx and @diviroxxkids) plays bass for Beyoncé, writes children’s books, and loves mini-kayaking adventures. She shared “Be Yourself” from her GRAMMY-nominated album “Ready, Set, Go!” Justin Roberts from Evanston, IL (@justiroberts) plays pinball, complex faming-based board games, writes children’s books illustrated by Christian Robinson, and advocates for musi...more
After missing out on the latest aPhone release, the Acorn-product-obsessed Mr. Redge makes a desperate deal with a dark magic sorcerer. Quivering over almost losing his quills, he meets Acorn founder Beeve Hogs. Beeve tells him the story of King Midas and his love of gold, and the wizard that grants Midas' greedy wish. Will the story's unintended consequences touch Redge’s heart and remind him what he should value the most?PARENTS, TEACHERS AND HOMESCHOOLERS: This story was inspired by...more
As we prepare for a new year, we’ll talk about resolutions and before coming up with our own affirmations for the new year. 🥳
When Kit finds Chester all bandaged up and not feeling well, she is concerned and surprised too that Chester’s mom would let things go that far. But she sniffs around and hunts for answers till she gets to the bottom of what ails her buddy.Visit www.thekitbullstory.com to learn about our mission, vision, cast and crew.Follow Kit Bull on Instagram @kitbullstoryAnd on Facebook Kitbull StoryPlease join our campaign and help us with your donations here: https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/the-ki...more
Been waiting for more Grimm fairy tales? Here's a sneak listen of Season 3 of the Pinna Original podcast, Grimm, Grimmer, Grimmest available exclusively on Pinna. Pinna is the all-in-one app where you can stream kids' podcasts, music and audiobooks. Find Pinna in your App Store and try for free before subscribing.We love hearing from Grimmers! Email us at email@example.com to tell us what you think of the show!
In Story 4, Mookie comes home to tell his grandpa all about the adventures he and his friends had and the magical creatures they discovered in Hawthorn Grove Woods. Dragons, fairies, kids, and magical cat wizards - there's a lot of fun to be had in this original series of sweet stories from storyteller April Eight. And someone you might know arrives to offer up his help at the end of this one... Stay Up Late with April Eight Newsletter - find it at https://aprileightuplate.substack.com/ Find m...more
Welcome to a bonus episode – Today our question actually comes from a grown-up (Rachel from PJ Our Way) and she wants some book recommendations. The panel chime in with their favorite PJ Our Way stories that feature bar and bat mitzvahs.
THIS IS OUR 100TH EPISODE! If it is your first time listening I suggest starting with a different episode. If it is your 100th time listening then hooray for us! To celebrate this milestone, we turn the mic around to our listeners and listen to them singing their favorite songs from the show as well as songs that they have written. We got kids from all over, like The Bronx, Scotland and New Zealand, singing songs they wrote. Anywhere you go in this world kids are making up song...more
Since 1996, The Webby Awards have honored the best of the Internet, so it is kind of a big deal that our small and independently produced podcast is nominated for one this year! The episode we are nominated for is Episode 11: "A Nose that Knows" which brought together nine-year old leukemia survivor Jocelyn and Katherine Applegate, the Newbery Award-winning author of The One and Only Ivan, to grow a real-life inspired story about a super dog named Sally who helps a girl with cancer feel better....more
It's our last bonusode, and to conclude our songwriting journey… lyrics! Let loose and join guest instructors Gloria Estefan to embark on a rhyme-finding mission and practice all you’ve learned about music!
This week’s episode of The Plop was proudly put together by:Host: Peter “Larry Dobbs” OldringProducers: Peter Oldring, Pat Kelly, Jodie Camilleri, Chris Redman, Max Collins, Dave Shumka and Chris KellyEditor: Max CollinsCreative Advisers for The Plop: Ali Eisner and Ryan McMahon------------------------------------------------------------------------SKETCHES IN THIS WEEK’S EPISODE:“Flowers” is written and performed by Ingrid Hansen & Victor Dolhai from SNAFU Dance“TikTok Dad Rap” is written and ...more