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It’s time for a lesson in GaGa! The sport of champions that so many grew up playing at summer camps. Talon Athletics is going to bring the joy and competition of GaGa to you. It’s time to get in the pit for some rage in the cage! Talon Athletics hosts GaGa tournaments and camps, so check them out. Armond and Scott know what they’re talking about and they’ll make you a GaGa believer!
Born and raised in Caracas-Venezuela, Michelle Poler is a creative and passionate social entrepreneur, keynote speaker, fear-facer, and branding strategist. Michelle was not always a fear-facer. In fact, as a child and young adult, Michelle avoided all her fears and did everything in her power to never step foot outside of her comfort zone. In this podcast episode, Michelle shares how an assignment she received in graduate school changed her life forever. Indeed, Michelle has become so passi...more
Why in the world do onions make us cry? How in the world does it even work? And what in the world would happen if onions were to lose this special power? Join Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas as they pull back the layers on your breath's best frenemy, and take you on a stinky adventure that cuts so deep, it might just leave you with a tear in your eye. Grab your tissues, friends! It's our Boo Hoo-iest episode of Wow in the World yet! Originally Aired November 6th 2017.
Listen up as Rocco and Brian Biggs, creator of Tinyville Town, chat about the eighth book in that series, AT THE FIREHOUSE, on this podcast episode of StoryMakers. Brian tells us how, when writing the book, he toured a real firehouse. Listen to find out what goes on behind the scenes when firefighters aren’t battling blazes!Watch Brian’s STORYMAKERS!ABOUT the Book IN TINYVILLE TOWN: AT THE FIREHOUSE, join Dexter and Firefighter Charlie on a guided tour of the Tinyville Town firehouse. See where ...more
Welcome to Go With Nugget for Kids, a travel podcast for curious kids, where we explore different countries and cultures. Each episode, we meet a local kid and hear firsthand what it’s like to grow up where they live. In this exciting episode, we meet 9-year-old Yindali, who lives in the Atherton Tablelands of Tropical North Queensland, Australia. She takes us on an incredible journey through the rainforest, volcanic lakes and along the Great Barrier Reef. We’ll also learn about her Aboriginal c...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
This month we were going to record a really interesting documentary about fluff, but Flo was so hungry it was ruining the podcast! Instead Flo opens a can of worms and our guest Mike Mason teaches us all about Kindie music! Thank you to our special guest Mike Mason from the Good Stuff Kids Podcast (goodstuffpod.com or @goodstuffpod). Remember to subscribe and drop us a message on @niklettucech or firstname.lastname@example.org!
Children's app superstars, Toca Boca chat with the App Fairy about play, their deep underlying philosophies for developing excellent apps for kids, and how to use cut paper to design an app.