All of the latest episodes from Kids Listen members. If something cool came out in the last week, it's right here!
Hello everyone! We hope you’ve enjoyed our wonderful new stories this week! Do you have a favorite story? We do too! Sometimes we like to listen to our favorites again, and we thought we would share them with you. So enjoy this favorite, and we’ll be back with a new story on Monday! Gavin the goldfish is being moved to a new tank. Will he like as much as his old one? Today’s Story (Encore EP 43): A New View– a kid’s bedtime, nap time story and relaxation Today’s Meditation: Imagine floating i...more
Rebecca Dehovitz is my friend. She is a talented educator, avid reader, and reformed picky eater! She knows about all kinds of incredible good stuff for kids and families that you may not know about. This was such a fun conversation to learn all about what Rebecca was into at various stages of her life. She asked me a few questions too!
How do we treat those who are different? What does it take to be kind? Kids from DC's Jefferson Academy discuss R.J. Palacio's novel "Wonder" with host Kitty Felde. The writer tells the story about a sidewalk incident that inspired the book. Our celebrity reader is Bob Garfield, cohost of WNYC's "On the Media."
A preview of our new season in partnership with Gimlet Media. The new season sets sail on November 20th.
Andrew & Polly talk to Refe & Susan Tuma, authors of "What the Dinosaurs Did" picture book series about how the toy dinosaurs came to life in their house during the month of DINOVEMBER. Bella and her dad share their song about puzzles. For more information on the "What the Dinosaurs Did" picture book series or how to pull off a Dinovember in your house, visit dinovember.com - and for more about Ear Snacks or how to be on the show, visit earsnacks.org And that's a puzzles wrap!
For as long as either Martin or Sylvia can remember, they have gone to their Grandparent’s home to celebrate Thanksgiving. But this year, their parents have decided to host the event at home. And not only is the traditional location changing, but Momma and Daddy have proposed to cook a Thanksgiving meal with only local ingredients – which means that everything they eat will come from their own garden or from farms nearby! Martin and Sylvia wonder: what in the world will they eat? This story...more
It's game show time! The explorers find themselves on the most bizarre planet yet, where they are contestants on a game show. If they do well, they're allowed to stay as guests, but if they miss their marks, it's into the Fail Jail they go! Once again, we have another puzzle for our listeners, and this time it's Abigail who needs your help! Send your solutions to firstname.lastname@example.org! My video about how we make the Sound Club sounds. The video on Facebook. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and I...more
Jim Calcagno is a biological anthropologist with research and teaching interests in paleoanthropology, dental anthropology, primate behavioral ecology, and evolutionary anthropology. On this episode of the Show About Science, Nate talks to Dr. Calcagno about gorillas, anthropology, and what makes us human. We also learn more about one of Dr. Calcagno’s former students connection to the show.
Yetide Badaki ("American Gods") and Dayo Okeniyi ("Shades of Blue") star in this Nigerian folktale about thunder and lightning and how they found their home in the sky.
A few weeks ago, we got two emails that were so similar and so intriguing we had no choice but to investigate. They both basically asked this: Is a fly on a bus flying as fast as the bus is moving? Or is just hovering? And why doesn't it need a seatbelt? Turns out Einstein wondered about the same kind of things.
Eva and Olga welcome Melissa Hartwig, a certified Sports Nutritionist who specializes in helping people change their relationship with food and create lifelong, healthy habits. For our show notes, visit DreamBigPodcast.com/58
Doug and the Cadets make a stop at the planet Blub - a world full of bubbles! There they must find a way to help the Bubblers reconnect with each other and enjoy the amazing world they have.
In What If World's first mini-musical, Mama Jamma, Poppa Loo, Zack and Zizi get sent off into three different fairytales, courtesy of Jenkins, the trickster fairy. Can they learn their lessons and find their way back to each other?Lessons include: If you have something important to say, don't let yourself be silenced; be careful and use common sense in unfamiliar settings; rudeness seldom gets results ...more
Where in the world do squirrels hide their nuts? And how in the world do they remember where to find them again? Join Mindy and Guy Raz as they get up close and personal with the organizational habits of SQUIRRELS! Who, What, When, Where, Why, How and Wow in the World, It's our nuttiest episode yet!