Brains On! Science podcast for kids

American Public Media

Owl about Owls

We’re headed off to an owl sanctuary to meet up with Nolan the know-it-owl for a special night owl Tour. We hear the sound of owl wings and check out some super-tubular owl eye facts. Find out how owls can swivel their heads 270 degrees and why their ears are at uneven spots on their heads. We’ll meet a poetry-loving barn owl named Olive, who fills us in on why owls are considered wise. Fun fact: owls are sometimes classified by their sounds -- bigger owls are hooters and smaller owls are tooters!

Special Thanks to the Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology for the owl sounds used in this episode:

Jian Diego Fernández / Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (ML420855751)Paul Marvin / Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (ML97928071)Bob McGuire / Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (ML188805)Wil Hershberger / Macaulay Library at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (ML100707)Ger

Tumble Science Podcast for Kids

Tumble Media

The Dinosaur Asteroid

Where did the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs come from? That’s what our listener Lucian wants to know. Prepare to hear a “podcast movie” about the fateful impact, starting with an explosive collision in space that sent asteroids careening towards Earth. Then we’ll discover the science behind the story, with the help of planetary scientist Sean Gulick. He led an expedition along with Dr. Joanna Morgan to drill into the impact crater - and find the final piece of evidence in the asteroid theory. This episode is sure to blow your mind.
*Special thanks to the kids who helped us collect the sound effects used in the “podcast movie” section of this episode!*
Learn more about the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs on our bonus interview episode with Sean. It’s available to patrons who pledge just $1 or more a month at
We have free resources about science behind the effects of the asteroid impact, and the debate arou

Smash Boom Best

American Public Media

Be the judge at our next virtual debate!

If you’re looking for more Smash Boom goodness, join us for our next live, interactive debate on February 26th! Fan favorite debaters Sanden Totten, Joy Dolo, Katie McVay, and Jed Kim will go head-to-head in a wild debate about which animal is the coolest! We don’t want to reveal the animals they’ll be representing just yet, but we can say they’re all animals you’ve suggested we feature on our show. Plus, the debate is interactive, so YOU get to choose the sneak attacks and winners, live!Donate in any amount at to get access to the event, and if you’re unable to attend live, don’t worry! Everyone who donates will get a recording of the show.

Super Great Kids' Stories

Wardour Studios

Supergreat Kids' Stories is a collection of fun tales to make you laugh and cry, told by some of the best storytellers from around the world. Recommended for ages 5 to 105…

Who Smarted?

Atomic Entertainment Network

Why do Caterpillars turn into Butterflies?

What happens inside a cocoon? Why are Butterflies called Butterflies? Why are some Butterflies' wings so colorful? For free home activities sign-up at www.WhoSmarted.comSee Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Family Road Trip Trivia Podcast

Girl's Girls Media

Fun for the whole family!

Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids and Families

Bedtime History

Transcontinental Railroad (Remastered)

Learn about the railroad that stretched across the United States and transformed the country by providing faster access to the West.? Full Text @ YouTube? Facebook | Instagram?? Spanish | "Déjame contarte la Historia"  Get delicious, affordable meals for just $1.79 per meal by going to and entering code bedtimehistory179Support the show (

Moment of Um

American Public Media

Why do our lips get chapped?

We’ve all suffered with chapped lips in the winter: itchy, flaking, sometimes even bleeding. Yikes! One of our listeners wanted to know how this happens, so we asked dermatologist Roxana Daneshjou to explain.  
Got a Moment of Um question for us? Send it to us at, and we’ll ask around for the answer.

Big Life Kids Podcast

Big Life Journal

FAIL School Musical: How to deal with “BAD” GRADES!

Episode 60: FAIL School Musical: How to deal with “BAD” GRADES! In this episode, Liyah from the Philippines tells us about her struggles learning Arabic and we discover how Zara and Leo approach their positive and negative feedback at school! Children listening will discover that they can choose to be proud of themselves and that feedback can teach them how they can improve. This episode is a great lesson on helping children develop a growth mindset and build confidence through perseverance. Additional show notes available at by Alexandra Eidens and Big Life Journal team. Written and directed by Sarah Cyrano. Sound design and original music by Elettra Bargiacchi. Sound mixing by Mattia Marcelli. Characters played by Sean Chiplock and Ryan Bartley. Managed by Laura Maloney. See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Who Was? Podcast


Harry Houdini & PT Barnum

Our magical contestants keep us "ooo'ing" and "aaah'ing" in this death-defying episode! Elliott reveals why he's never been able to get a gig as a magician's assistant!


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Forever Ago

American Public Media

Shoes: How French Royalty Became the Fashion Police

The oldest known pair of shoes didn’t look like much, but foot fashion has come a long ways since prehistoric sandals. Joy Dolo and her co-host Daria lace up some matching footwear and take a hike through shoe history with reporter Nancy Yang. First stop is the Oregon cave where a 9,000-year-old pair of shoes was discovered. Then, a French king who tried to enforce a monopoly on his signature style, and the inventor who made shoes affordable for everyone. And finally, is the future of shoes… bacteria? This episode is sponsored by Myro ( You can support Brains On and Forever Ago at


Soundsington Media

Episode 36: The Bermuda Triangle

Have you ever heard of the Bermuda Triangle? If you have, it's hard not to have also heard some of the strange theories as to why this area within the Atlantic Ocean has claimed so many ships and airplanes over the years. Could it be aliens? A rift in both space and time? The remnants of the lost city of Atlantis? Or is there a possibly a less exciting, but more scientifically plausible answer? We'll discuss all of this and more on this special double sized episode of Unspookable. Host: Elise ParisianWritten by:  Victoria Tomis Created, Produced, Edited by: Nate DuFortResearch by: Nate DuFort and Victoria Tomis Music Direction and Composition: Jesse Case: by: Natalie Khuen Special thanks to our voice actors Jon Grilz and Randy Havens Special thanks this week to: Blythe and BellaYou can find Unspookable on Twitter and Instagram at:

Simply Charlotte Mason Homeschooling

Sonya Shafer

Habits Q & A: Starting with Older Children; Dealing with Negativity

How can you start habit training with an older child? How do you help a child who tends to think negatively?
Habits Q & A: Starting with Older Children; Dealing with Negativity originally appeared on Simply Charlotte Mason.

Noodle Loaf - Music Education Podcast for Kids

Dan Saks

Feeling So Serene

We won't let all these April Fools hoaxes keep us from having some interactive educational music based fun!
A delightful Clap It Back about rainbows and love (dedicated to the governments of Texas and Florida.) Develop rhythmic awareness while committing to a more compassionate world. ✪
A Tiny Song called Mozzarella Sticks that is a round for kids AKA a canon for kids.  Try it out and share what you got by tagging @noodleloafshow! ✪
Our Echo Song this episode is called Outside and it is about how soul nourishing the browns and greens of the forest can be. A great way to enhance pitch recognition and celebrate nature.  ✪
Did you know that you are a songwriter?  Well, I did.  And this lyrical and melodic improvisation game called KaraYOUke intends to prove it ✪
We hope you enjoy our music and games for preschoolers, kindergarteners and early elementary age kids!  It's like a music lesson for kids that's 1

Peace Out Podcast

Chanel Tsang

Guest Episode! Stoopkid Stories

Today I am sharing an episode from the awesome Stoopkid Stories Podcast. It’s called Black History 365 and is a great introduction to why it’s so important that we learn about Black history and culture all year round, recognizing the amazing things that Black people have accomplished and the great and important things they're doing today! Did you know that listeners love Stoopkid Stories so much that it’s been turned into a live musical? Check out her newly update website for more info on the podcast and musical, and subscribe to Stoopkid Stories on Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app!   For news and updates on Peace Out, please subscribe to our mailing list. Peace out and peace within, Chanel 

12 Hour Sound Machines (no loops or fades)

Brandon Reed

Brown Noise Sound Machine (12 hours)

To access 25 more exclusive Sound Machines via Spotify, SUBSCRIBE at
The beloved White, Pink and Brown Noise Sound Machines are all available for anyone to use in their entirety for free! And of course with no ads. Could you imagine the rage if an underwear ad woke your baby up at 2am!? ? ?
If you do find any of the free sounds helpful but don't want to subscribe monthly for the additional 25, it'd still be awesome if you could throw in some $ to support (see below). Every bit helps keep all 12 hours ad-free and uninterrupted. Thanks y'all...and goodnight!
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Raising Arrows - Large Family Homeschool Life

Amy Roberts

Managing a Massive Curriculum

If you are feeling behind with your curriculum perhaps it is because you are trying to do everything the curriculum suggests! Learn how you can manage overwhelming curricula so you can get it all done! Get my book: LARGE FAMILY HOMESCHOOLING Resources mentioned: Podcast #117 - Does My Child Have to Finish the Book Podcast #97 - Things Large Family Moms Can't Do  

Eat Your Spanish: A Spanish Learning Podcast for Kids and Families!

Evan and Vanessa

Spanish Word of the Week - I Love You Mom!

To receive bonus material such as downloadable Eat Your Spanish learning worksheets and music, please visit the link below.  Your support means the world to us!

Visit for more information about their Spanish cirriculum for children ages 2-6, and enter coupon code "EatYourSpanish" for 10% off!

The Way the World Works: A Tuttle Twins Podcast for Families

Connor Boyack

283. Should We Be Scared of Covid Variants?

We are two years into the pandemic and there seems to be a new variant every few months. Should we be scared of these new variants? And what can we do if the government tries to use these new strains to lock us down again?

Mystery Recipe

America's Test Kitchen Kids

Week Two, Episode One: Get Rich Quick

Today we'll find out this week's theme with a round of Guess the Ingredient. Then, we have an interview about change in The Scoop!See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Mysteries of Science

Fun Kids

Biggest Hoaxes Ever: Fairies, crop circles, zero gravity

Welcome to Season 3 of Mysteries of Science! On this podcast we take a look at the strange phenomena and bizarre events that have left scientists scratching their heads and, despite their best efforts, remain well and truly unsolved. 

Since this brand new series is being released on April Fool’s Day, we thought we would celebrate by looking at three of the biggest hoaxes of all time, and try and get to the bottom of why so many people fell for the pranks.

Mysteries of Science is a fortnightly podcast created by The Week Junior's Science+Nature magazine and Fun Kids.

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The Ten News

Small But Mighty Media, Next Chapter Podcasts and iHeartPodcasts

The Ten Hits 100 ?

In this special episode:? We're celebrating our Webby Award Nomination AND our 100th episode! ? Dr. Anthony Fauci joined The Ten News to answer kids' questions and that episode has been nominated for a Webby Award.?‍⚕️ Listen in for a behind the scenes look at how we put that show together. ? Ever wonder what it is like to be a sound editor on a podcast? Sound genius Pete Musto shares his favorite "ding." ? Enjoy this BTS look and help us win the Webby by voting for The Ten News! ❤️

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Trivia for Kids


Trivia for Kids - Episode 5

Outer Space, Baby Animals, Weather, Shrek, and Literature - ALL FOR KIDS!

The Week Junior Show

Fun Kids

Stephen Lawrence Day and hot cross buns

On this week’s episode of The Week Junior Show we’ll find out Stephen Lawrence Day, the UK’s new plans for clean energy and the results of The Big Garden Birdwatch. Plus, we’ll have a debate about whether it’s time to change classic hot cross buns.

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The Week Junior Show is the award-nominated news show for kids from the team behind The Week Junior magazine and the UK's children's radio station, Fun Kids. There's a new episode every Friday where writers and editors discuss and digest bits from that week's issue.

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Building Bilingual Families

Adrienne Babbitt

How is YOUR family learning a second language going to change the world? We share the stories of families opening a world of possibilities to their kids through learning a language together. We get honest about struggles of not having kids speak back their second tongue. And we give you the tools as either a native or non-native speaker to help your kids grow over the long-haul. Join Adrienne Babbitt and Juan Mendoza, leading the way in the movement of the Family Language Exchange brought to you by Learn with Me Languages.

Raising Lifelong Learners

Colleen Kessler

RLL#146: ADHD And Your Homeschool, An Overview

In this episode, we kick off our new series all about homeschooling with ADHD. Today, our focus is an overview of ADHD, and how it impacts your child and your homeschool. Colleen also shares tips for successfully homeschooling your child with ADHD.

Tai Asks Why

CBC Podcasts

Tai’s back

Ever wondered why nothing feels better than a deep belly laugh? Or why it’s impossible to not inhale a bag of chips in one sitting? You’re not alone — and you bet Tai’s got you covered. Season 4 of Tai Asks Why starts April 20, but you can hear episodes two weeks early on CBC Listen with a free account (web browser only). See ya soon!

Your College Bound Kid | Admission Tips, Admission Trends & Admission Interviews

Mark Stucker

YCBK 217: Do recommendation letters discriminate?

In this episode you will hear:   (13:40) In this week’s “In the news” segment,  Mark and Dave discuss a Feb 22nd, 2022 article,  by Scott Jaschik of Inside Higher Ed, “Are recommendation letters a Form of Discrimmination”?     (37:00) Mark continues with a bonus content section. Mark shares with Lisa what he believes would surprise our listeners if they were to be a college admissions officer. Part 3 of 3     (01:16:10) Our interview is with two MIT admission officers (Chris Peterson and Kellen Manning) who also have other roles at MIT. Chris aka Petey and Kellen provide great insights into “what can a student learn from a college’s social media presence”. Part 2 of 2   (01:25:56) Our recommended resource for episode 217 is The Twitter feed of the VP of Enrollment at Oregon State: Jon Boeckenstedt: @   (01:34:07)

Best Day Yet: Affirmations, Meditations, & Mindfulness For Kids

Marjorie Stordeur

Trillions of Cells Are Cheering You On!??

Brand new episode out today and it's all about the cells in our body cheering us on! We wrote and recorded this episode in response to a listener who asked for ways to feel less lonely.
This is our last episode in season 3.  We are taking a break from writing and producing to slow down and be more mindful in our personal lives. Thank you for your patience as we take care of ourselves during this time.
To learn about the 20 exclusive episodes on our Patreon account visit
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Today's Affirmations: 
I am never alone.
My breath is my constant friend
My heart is beating for ME
I've got trillions of cells
and every single one of them is  cheering me on.
My body is singing my song
I've got this


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Dinosaur George Kids - A Show for Kids Who Love Dinosaurs

Dinosaur George

59 - Listener Submitted Questions and Who Would Wins

In this episode Dinosaur George answers questions submitted by the listeners as well as taking on some Who Would Win challenges! 

JUVY Podcast

Night Noroña and Joshua Altamura


In episode #59 of JUVY we talk with recording artist Ava Mabry! At 15 Ava is a recording artist with over 11k monthly listeners & we talk about it all! If you enjoy please download :)

The Imagine Neighborhood

The Imagine Neighborhood

The Gourmetborhood

Familiar things can be great! Sometimes it’s nice to know that there won’t be any surprises, and that things will turn out exactly as we expect them to. But if we never try anything different, we might miss out on discovering something awesome.This week, we’re welcoming a couple of new friends to the Neighborhood! Molly and Mitsy can usually be found in the Mystery Recipe podcast from America's Test Kitchen, but today they’re joining up with us to make a brand-new TV show all about interesting recipes! Everyone’s getting involved—Alakazambra and Gruncle Vaxie made appetizers, Princess Donnasaurus and Doctor Apocalypso made main dishes, and Macho and Mitsy are making desserts!Everything is going great until Macho finds out that Mitsy has baked a special kind of cake—one that is made without any flour! Mitsy’s family eats flourless cake every year at their Passover holiday celebration, but Macho doesn’t think a cake without flour is a real cake. In fact, he’

Like You: Mindfulness for Kids

Perpetual Motion

Name It and Tame It

On this episode We’ll learn to handle our big wild feelings with a technique called name it and tame it.Parents, "name it to tame it" can be a helpful tool for kids learning to manage difficult emotions, and it can be especially helpful if you apply it in conversations as well. You may be able to identify the name of an emotion more readily than your child. When they tell you about something that happened, you may help by saying things like "it sounds like you are frustrated," "that must have felt scary," "it seems like you feel sad about that." Not only does this help them identify and manage their feelings, it also lets them know that you hear them and understand what they are experiencing."Name it to tame it" was coined by author and psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Siegel in his book The Whole-Brain Child. Hear him discuss this idea in this video clip. Read more about the concept here:Mindful.orgPsychology Toda

The Story Seeds Podcast

Literary Safari

Whoa, a Webby Award Nomination for our Podcast!

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. This episode is not only about the power of imagination, but also about resilience and friendship! We're thrilled it's been recognized by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.We know full well that our podcast would be nada, zilch, nothing, zero, rien, kuchh nahin, la shayy,  méiyǒu ... without you—our incredible listeners. So, if you like what we have created here at Story Seeds, please make your voice heard

Odd Squadcast


Broadcast Seven

The radio address marches on despite not being able to solve the case but another new tip from an agent sends The Big O and her crew back out on the run.

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Elizabeth Heaton

Should You Reapply?; AP & IB Classes; Saving for College Timeline

For all the seniors celebrating their acceptances and making their final selection, there are a few unhappy with their results and contemplating a different path. If you are thinking about taking a gap year and reapplying, we have some suggestions for evaluating your options and deciding how best to move forward with this process. High school students choosing courses for the coming school year may be wondering if they should add AP or IB coursework to their schedules. We have thoughts! And finally, it’s never to late to start saving for college, and we’ll share how to get started.

Curious Kid Podcast


Curious About Greek Mythology

In episode 184, we get curious about Greek mythology for Russell and Olivia of Sydney, Australia, Joen of Singapore, Samuel of Taiwan, Xavier of Australia, and Judah and Noah of Langley, British Columbia, Canada.  What is Greek mythology?  What are some of the most famous characters from Greek mythology?  What lessons can we learn from Greek mythology?  We also tell the fascinating story of King Midas.Visit the Curious Kid Podcast Website - Send Us An E-mail - curiouskidpodcast@gmail.comLeave Us A Voicemail - 856-425-2324Support Us On Patreon - Curious Kid Podcast Merchandise - Us On Facebook - Us On Instagram - Us On Twitter -

Montessori Babies

Bianca A. Solorzano, M.Ed.

Aiding the Transition from Infancy to Toddlerhood

In Episode 36 of our Montessori Babies Podcast, we spoke about some amazing ways that we can support our babies on their journey through infancy into toddlerhood! This week we discussed:What the transition from infancy to toddlerhood looks likeHow following the child in infancy sets them up for toddlerhood Addressing our mindsetGeneral timeline for when babies are considered "toddlers"And more!Grab my FREE Mini Course: Essentials To Beginning Montessori with Babies here! Enroll in my FREE course instantly!I had so much fun recording Episode 35 of the Montessori Babies Podcast! If you enjoyed and think it may be helpful to someone you know, I would love it if you would leave a review and share with your friends and family!Interested in creating your own Montessori Baby Experience through a step-by-step guide to understanding Baby Development + Montessori in Infancy PLUS learning how to implement Montessori by baby mi

What Will She Do Next?

Bird & Mirabella

A Short Intermission (ft. Gabrielle Mirabella)

Support this show for just $3.00 a month at All proceeds go directly towards the artists you hear on this program! 

Ear Snacks Podcast for Kids

Andrew & Polly

Seeds & Ideas: How do they grow?

What does a seed need to grow? A kid? An idea? Andrew & Polly ask many different people about growing many different things.
How does bird poop bring the world together? With peppers, of course! Uncle Fred tells us about germination, the first World's Hottest Pepper (Bhut Jolokia), and... BIRD POOP. If you aren't a dragon and like spicy stuff, you can check out the Sparkling River Pepper Company's smoke dried peppers, sauces and spice blends at
Our neighbor Miriam takes us to visit the Peace Garden, an urban garden space at Peace4Kids in South Central Los Angeles for youth in the foster care system. Zaid started the garden, Alex tends it, and a blue-bellied lizard named Tom visits it. Miriam, Alex, and Zaid talk about the garden, their work with youth in foster care through the non-profit Peace4Kids, what nature means to them, and what seeds - and ideas - need to grow. You can learn more and support their work

Unschooling Mom2Mom

Sue Patterson

9 Solutions If You're Stressed Out!

Let's identify 9 causes that may be making you feel stressed or even burnt out. I'll give you some solutions here in the podcast and resources to help you dive deeper.Unschooling Guide: Stressed OutCreating Confidence Membership GroupSubscribe to Unschooling Updates - my free emails.Transcript with even MORE links at the website: HERE Did you like this episode? You can always buy me a cup of coffee to keep going! Buy Sue a Coffee

The Homeschool Sanity Show

Melanie Wilson, PhD

Special Replay: What to Do When Your Child Won’t Say I’m Sorry

Hey, homeschoolers! If you have more than one child or if your child has had conflict with another, you know this situation. Your child has said or done something to hurt someone. Your natural inclination is to tell the child to apologize. But what if she won’t? Or what if he does, and everyone knows […]
The post Special Replay: What to Do When Your Child Won’t Say I’m Sorry appeared first on Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network.

How To Talk To Kids About Anything

Dr. Robyn Silverman

How to Talk about the 13 Things Mentally Strong Women and Girls Don’t Do with Amy Morin, LCSW – ReRelease

In the wake of the very public emergence of the #MeToo, #TimesUp and #girlstoo movements, the latter that we discussed with our Girls Inc Team, Lara Kaufmann and Dr. Christina Spears, a few weeks back-- women and girls have encouraged to find their voice, claim their power, come out of the shadows and not back down. But with a history of messages that tell women and girls that they need to be perfect, they shouldn’t break the rules, they should be quiet and look pretty, take a backseat and downplay their own success to avoid making others feel uncomfortable or be seen as “full of herself,” it’s a challenge for many to reinvent what it means to be a woman in 2019. It takes mental strength. We must build mental muscle and get out of our own way if we are going to change along with these important empowerment movements. How does mental strength in women make a difference? W

Simple Homeschool

Jamie C. Martin

Simple Homeschool Ep #85: What They Don’t Tell You About Reaching the Finish Line of Homeschooling

If you'd prefer to read this post, head here. Discover Jamie's books and her course, Homeschooling with Purpose Today's episode is sponsored by Ivy Kids and Night Zookeeper! What's Your Homeschool Mom Personality? Take the quiz and get your free personality report: We get one shot at raising our babes, and spend the rest of our lives praying that it was enough. Listen in for Jamie's inspiring reflections on reaching the "finish line" of homeschooling, and have a tissue ready!

Déjame contarte la Historia : History Stories in Spanish for Kids & Families

Bedtime History

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

Book Club for Kids

kitty felde

The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davies

Did you ever have a lemonade stand when you were a kid? This particular lemonade stand led to The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davies. Fifth graders from Loyola Village Elementary School in Los Angeles discuss the book with host Kitty Felde. Actress Linda Graves is celebrity reader.

A Kids Book About: The Podcast

A Kids Podcast About

Kristine Talks About Disabilities (Rebroadcast)

Kristine Napper, author of A Kids Book About Disabilities, talks about identifying disabilities as normal and working to make spaces welcoming to all. A Kids Book About Disabilities (view book)Full Book Description:Sometimes people act like having a disability means you’re from another planet, even though over a BILLION people in the world have disabilities. So how do you talk about disability? How do you talk to people with disabilities? This book helps kids and grownups approach disability as a normal part of the human experience.About the Author:Kristine Napper teaches middle school just outside Portland, Oregon. She’s a lifelong wheelchair user and social justice seeker. She finds joy in good books, long conversations, bright colors, and tacos.*If you want to be on a future episode of A Kids Book About: The Podcast or if you have a question you’d like us to consider, have a grownup email us at and we’ll s

Tumble en Español

Tumble Media

La Supervelocidad de los Guepardos

¿De dónde viene la supervelocidad de los guepardos? Los guepardos están diseñados para correr.  Hablamos con una científica que estudia guepardos para entender porqué este felino es el animal más rápido del mundo. Anne Hilborn pasó meses observando y estudiando a guepardos en las praderas del Serengeti, en África. Descubriremos cómo la increíble velocidad de los guepardos tienen mucho que ver con su supervivencia, y cómo se adaptan en situaciones cuando no pueden correr.

Lucy Wow


Lucy Wow Presents: Dead Head Fred

Lucy Wow has invited her dear friend Ivy to host creepy crawly, spooktacular storytime for her followers every Friday, Saturday and Sunday this month. Join Ivy, caretaker of peculiar and spooky stories from the hidden vault of R.L. Stine, as she explores some of her favorite chilling tales. This spirited tale, Story Club members, might make you afraid of things that go bump in the night.

Sleep Tight Science

Sleep Tight Media

Spooky episode! Do you know about Halloween? ?

? Hello again friends! A special thanks to Catriona and Camren, who did the voices for todays questions. ? This is our final episode of season 1. We will be back in the new year, bigger and better than ever, with season 2. Thank you for listening and sending in your questions! This week’s spooky Halloween episode is all about one of our favourite days of the year, Halloween. We’re going to look at Jack-o-lanterns, Blue Moons, and Black Cats . Tune in if you dare...... ? Sound design includes some spooky sounds! Thank you for listening, Sheryl & Clark ❤️??   ? Please write a ?????review if you enjoy Sleep Tight Science. Review on Apple Podcasts   ? Have an interesting science topic you would like investigated? Send us an email at and we may feature it in an upcoming show. ? First time listening to Sleep Tight Science? Please subscribe and follow us on Spotify. ? Connect on Instagram and Twitter to re

DrawTogether with WendyMac


#18 Super Surreal Silly Monster

A quick thank you to our paying subscribers. Without you, there is no DT Podcast (or anything really!) If you want to see DrawTogether continue to grow, please subscribe to this DT newsletter for just $6/month. It helps us keep the lights on as we work on more shows, DT Classrooms, partnerships and projects, and continue to grow hearts with art. Thank you! It’s Friday! That means a NEW DrawTogether Podcast episode! We take a special DT kid request (yes, we take requests!) and the result is a super fun family or classroom drawing adventure filled with animals, monsters, superheroes and SURREALISM. While it’s only a few minutes longer than than our typical 5-10 minutes - it will provide hours of fun for a kid, family or classroom. Supplies: For this drawing, kids will need 3 pieces of paper, a pencil, maybe some colors, and scissors. For the littler kids who aren’t using scissors on their own yet, they will also need a grown u

Journey With Me Through ADHD: A Podcast for Kids

Katelyn Mabry

The ADHD Overwhelm! One Step at a Time

Feeling "overwhelmed" is something I hear from all ages with and without ADHD! The added challenge when you live with a supercharged brain is that while feeling mentally and emotionally overwhelmed, you don't always have the skill to break down the overwhelm on your own.  In this episode, I will share what it feels like to feel overwhelmed both at school and in life. I also share a simple, but helpful takeaway that you can try to keep that "ballooning" task in front of you from popping. My takeway hint is "one step at a time."  Shifting from I need to "try harder" to "I need to try it in a different way" can also easy the stress as you find what works best for your uniquely wired brain!  I am really hoping some of you are beginning to feel courageous to take the step of sharing your voice on this podcast. If not, that's ok too, I just know your friends listening would love to hear from y

Elevating Early Childhood

Vanessa Levin

How to Set up a Successful Science Center in Your Preschool Classroom

When I was in school, I didn't like science class very much. I found it boring and I never enjoyed it.However, just because that was my experience, it doesn’t mean the same should happen with my preschool students.See, young children are full of curiosity and love experimenting with the environment around them. To them, the world is full of wonders and they want to discover and learn about all of it.Using their natural curiosity and my science center tips, you can help them understand the world and how it works in a fun and interesting way.How can you build a science center that will have your students eager to learn?Tune in now to find out! Key Takeaways:Do you have a science center in your classroom? (00:00)Why is having a science center important? (04:25)How to set up a successful science center (05:27)Answering your questions (19:29)My own science center stories (24:18) Additional Resources:- Visit our

Hey Black Child: The Podcast

The Ausmer Family

The First: Martin Luther King Jr.

This season is all about first and we could not let the week go by without talking about MLK. Sources

That's Totally Normal!

Seeker and TRAX from PRX

As soon as we’re born our bodies are constantly growing, changing, breaking and at times, confusing us. And the biggest changes, growths and confusions seem to come when we’re young, vulnerable and easily embarrassed. Yes, we’re talking about puberty. And yes, it sometimes can be hard to talk about. But, it doesn’t need to be. This podcast will give young people a chance to put on some headphones and learn on their own as we break down the biology, chemistry and health topics of growing, changing and going up.

Curious Morenike

Curious Morenike

Curious Morenike is a children’s education podcast that encourages kids to change the world with their curiosity. Each month our host, Morenike Phillips, a cheerful 6-year old with a knack for teaching, will discover answers to life’s most exciting questions. Our mission is to inspire young people (ages 6-9) to use their kid curiosity to think critically and creatively to make the world a better place.

The Balanced Parent Podcast

Laura Froyen, PhD

113: How to Support Your Kiddo With A New Sibling with Hannah & Kelty of Upbringing

So, I know you know that nothing is ever just one thing, that we are constantly in a place of "both/and" but I have to tell you, it was really hard to see that in the early days of being a parent.
​If you've ever wondered what my transition to parenthood was like, or want to hear about the bumpiest part of my journey raising two kiddos, I'd love to have you check out this week's episode of The Balanced Parent podcast, where I sat down with my friends and colleagues Hannah & Kelty of to get a bit raw and vulnerable about those hard days, what we learned, and how we can support you.
​Even if you're out of the baby years, there is wisdom in this chat for you!
​However, if you do have a little one, or are expecting one or are planning to grow your family, check out the full show notes to learn more about their new course, Right from the Start (Doors


Goldberry Studios

Season 3 Is Almost Here!

Ten episodes. Ten guests. Ten snack times. Ten jokes. Well Twenty Jokes. 10 discussions about a book. Did we mention ten snack times? That's right. Withywindle is coming back April 1st with season 3 and we're planning on it being better than (or at least just as good as) ever. Fingers crossed. Anyway, talk to you soon and in the meantime, here's a trailer. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Education Research Reading Room

Ollie Lovell: Secondary school teacher and lover of learning. Passionate about all things eduction. @ollie_lovell

ERRR #064. Paul Spenceley on Formative Assessment

Ollie Lovell · ERRR #064. Paul Spenceley on Formative Assessment The ERRR podcast can also be listened to on Spotify,…
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Brains On en Español

American Public Media

Episodio 6: Nervioso: Todo sobre sentimientos, cuarta parte

¿Conoces esa sensación cuando tienes mariposas en el estómago? ¿O tal vez te pone sudoroso y acalorado? ¿O tal vez te pones nervioso y tu corazón late muy rápido? Sí, también conocemos esos sentimientos. Hoy estamos descubriendo por qué la ansiedad puede hacer que nuestro cuerpo se sienta así.
Descubriremos por qué el miedo ha sido realmente útil para nuestra supervivencia como especie y qué puedes hacer si ese miedo y esa ansiedad son díficiles de manejar. Además: Mallika Chopra, autora de Sólo Respira, comparte una meditación para probar cuando te sientas nervioso. ¡Y finalmente escucharemos el debut de Sanden en el nuevo musical de Alpaca Jack, Fleece of Mind!

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Kids Meditation

Audrey Gilson

Kids Meditation with Audrey: Meditation Breathing and Visualization

Meditate with your 7 year old host, Audrey! We breathe and visualize about our favorite things.

Fun Kids Science Weekly

Fun Kids

Have We Found the Fountain of Youth?

Professor, astronomer and award winning author Raman Prinja joins us to talk all about the Wonders of the Night Sky, what amazing things we can learn from looking up at the stars and how we can do this from our own home. In Science In The News we find out about a fossilised Dino leg that may have been created during one of the meteorite crashes and a new cure to stop the ageing process! We answer your questions about the brain including does our brain grow? We also catch up with Professor Hallux and Nurse Nanobot in their Map of Medicine this week its on feet,  and  in our NEW Deep Space High Series we learn all about the structure of our earth!

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The Good Words Podcast

Lynn Hickernell

CHASM (The Good Words Podcast)

In this episode, Miss Lynn explains the word, "chasm" with the assistance of passages from the Sherlock Holmes case, The Final Problem and Oscar Wilde's play Lady Windermere's Fan, as well as feedback from friends about what they have missed most during the pandemic.  The episode concludes with the song, "Frosted with Sprinkles (The Doughnut Store Song)." Full episode notes are available at

The Magic Sash


The Vote

The Sash delivers Lotty and Isaiah to 1920 and the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Will Florence finally realize her childhood dream of voting for president? And will Lotty and Isaiah make it back to school for their presentation?

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Age of the Dinosaurs

Fun Kids

Cretaceous Period: Tyrannosaurus Rex

Around this time, there were more dinosaurs than ever before. It's also where you’d find one of the best known dinosaurs of them all – the Tyrannosaurus Rex! 

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The Homeschool Highschool Podcast

Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network

How to Get Teens Interested in Career Exploration

This week on Homeschool Highschool Podcast: How to Get Teens Interested in Career Exploration How to Get Teens Interested in Career Exploration Teens have a lot of pressure on them: Building a strong transcript for college, military and/or career Developing strong adulting skills to help them live life successfully Experiencing the things teens need as […]
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Dream Big Podcast

Eva and Olga Karpman

DB 298: Dreaming Big in Las Vegas

We’ve spent the majority of our time in the past few months in Big Bear Lake, a mountain village a few hours outside of Los Angeles.  The beauty is in nature -- the snow capped mountains, the majestic trees, and of course the stunning lake.  The town itself is charming, but as you can imagine there are no tall buildings and just a small selection of restaurants and shops in the charming village.  That’s probably why it came as a complete shock to our system when we decided to visit Las Vegas this past weekend.  Turns out, it is only a 3 hour drive from Big Bear Lake.  So we decided to go on an adventure.   Eva and Sophia were simply amazed that in this barren desert, Big Dreamers had built a pyramid, New York, Paris, Venice, and of course if you’ve been to Vegas you know the list goes on and on.  In this episode, Eva shares some highlights from the trip, and how it inspired her more than ever to Dream Big.  I must say it was surreal to take

Rise Little Earthling: The Podcast

Rise Little Earthling

Hello Star Child: shake out your sillies

Gratitude helps us stay grounded, present, and positive. Affirmations help us practice gratitude every day. So let’s make today all about giving thanks. Find a comfy spot for you and your little earthling to listen to today's episode. Recommended for: Tiny Ones, newborns together with their families 

Worth Noting

A Kids Podcast About

The “Don’t Say Gay” Bill Passes in Florida

The Florida Senate passed the Parental Rights in Education Bill on Tuesday, March 8, 2022, in a 22-17 vote. The implications of this bill are Worth Noting.Links:“Florida Senate passes a controversial schools bill labeled 'Don't Say Gay' by critics” (NPR, Mar. 8, 2022)“'Don't Say Gay' bill passes Florida Senate” (ABC News, Mar. 8, 2022)“‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill: Florida Senate passes controversial LGBTQ school measure” (NBC News, Mar. 8, 2022)Sources consulted:“2021 Slated to Become Worst Year for LGBTQ State Legislative Attacks as Unprecedented Number of States Poised to Enact Record-Shattering Number of Anti-LGBTQ Measures Into Law” (Human Rights Campaign, Apr. 22, 2021)“Legislative Tracker” (Freedom for All Americans, consulted Mar. 9, 2022)“The Parental Rights in Education Bill” (Florida Senate, accessed Mar. 9, 2022)

Yoga Kids Adventure

Tumble Media

Yoga to Calm Down: Hot Air Balloon Adventure

How was your day today? Did you do a lot? Maybe now is a good time to relax a bit. Today’s practice is going to show us how to go from feeling wound-up to feeling calm and centered.
Kathryn, our yoga guide, is going to take us on a relaxing hot air balloon ride. Using just our breath, we can fill up the entire balloon with air and soar through the sky.
Yoga Adventures is a Tumble Media production. This episode was written by Erica Ortiz, Kathryn Mercer, and Sara Robberson Lentz. Sara also was the executive producer. Marshall Escamilla did the scoring and sound design, and was also our engineer. Theme music by Michael Lentz. You can learn more about this show, and see images of the yoga poses included in this episode at

The Homeschool Journal

The Memoria Press Podcast Network

The Incredible Journey of A Homeschooling Mom and Her Special Needs Kids | [HJL: 112] | Cheryl Swope

In this extra-length episode of the Homeschool Journal, Carrie sits down with Cheryl Swope, author of Simply Classical and mother to two incredible special needs homeschoolers. Join us as we hear Cheryl's incredible story and dive into her experience as a mother of special needs kids. You'll learn how homeschooling, and the flexibility and confidence it can bring, allowed Cheryl to navigate the world of raising and teaching her kids, and provide her the experience to craft one of the most effective books on homeschooling children ever written. Check out Simply Classical: The second edition of this revolutionary book guides parents, teachers, and schools in implementing the beauty of a classical education with all children. Cheryl is an advocate of classical Christian education for students with special needs. The love of history, music, literature, and Latin instilled in her

REACH A Space Podcast for Kids

Soundsington Media

Inspiration in Space with Dr. Sian Proctor

This week the REACH team is honored to talk to  geoscientist, explorer, space artist, author,  and astronaut Dr. Sian Proctor about the Inspiration4 all-civilian orbital mission to space, her Space2Inspire,  and so much more. Then we have a special surprise in store for National Poetry Month - all on this episode of REACH. Hosts: Brian Holden and Meredith Stepien Written by: Sandy Marshall with Nate DuFort, Meredith Stepien and Brian Holden. Co-Created, Produced by: Nate DuFort and Sandy Marshall Edited by: Nate DuFortMusic composed by: Jesse CaseLogo by: Steven Lyons Special thanks to Dr. Sian Proctor, geoscientist, explorer, space artist, author, speaker, and astronaut. To purchase a copy of Space2Inspire: The Art of Inspiration, go to Dr. Sian Proctor online:Website: @DrSianProctorInstagram: @DrSianProctorFacebook: @Dr.Sian.ProctorYouTube:

The Homeschool Sisters Podcast

The Homeschool Sisters

Episode 113: When Kids Are Resistant

For many of us, homeschooling doesn't always look like kids arriving to the table at 7:30 a.m. with huge smiles on their faces, and resistance is actually pretty common. So in this week's episode, the sisters are chatting about what to do when your kids are resistant, and some of the most common things that cause resistance. Cait + Kara have both experienced this in their homes, and so they share openly about their struggles and what has worked to keep everyone going.   

Know Your History

Know Your History

Marie Curie

Marie Curie was a brilliant scientist who overcame great obstacles in her pursuit of knowledge. Her research led her to new discoveries in Physics and Chemistry that have had a huge impact on the world.

Everyday Feels

A Kids Podcast About

Elana (Joy)

Let’s talk about feeling Joy. Elana shares a memory of finding joy in going on trips and spending time with family, and Dr. Lockhart and Nakita discuss tools for finding happiness in our everyday life so we can experience more joy.You can find out more about Dr. Lockhart and her practice online at and on Instagram at @dr.annlouise.lockhart. You can find Nakita’s book, A Kids Book About Emotions and other kids' books about important topics at If there’s an emotion you want to share for us to explore, send us a note at Check out other podcasts made for kids just like you by visiting  

Homeschool Unrefined

Maren Goerss and Angela Sizer

172: How We Homeschool with Rachel Jepson Wolf

This is the fifth and final episode in our "How We Homeschool" series. We've talked with different homeschool parents all season to hear about their philosophies, insights, and experiences.    We're closing out this season with someone who was on our dream guest list from Day 1—and Rachel Jepson Wolf did not disappoint! Rachel and her two kids (now teens) have been homeschooling from the beginning when Rachel made an unexpected U-turn on the way to Kindergarten. Their eclectic, project-based homeschool style is all about making space for who her kids are. We talk through how they've utilized a destination-based approach to some learning, what it's like homeschooling teens, their current routine and rhythm, and the impact that COVID has had on connecting with community as long-term secular homeschoolers. We loved this conversation from start to finish, and we know you will, too.   Rachel Jepson Wolf is the owner and fou

It's OK To Ask

A Kids Podcast About

You regularly confront situations where it’s not clear what to do, what to say, or how to respond. It’s okay to ask for help. That’s why we’re making this show. Asking for advice from friends and classmates is a great way to help shape your decision-making skills. Hosted by Nina Purewal, It’s OK To Ask is a dynamically-created kids advice podcast where no two listens are the same. Listen to the episode, delete it, then download it again to hear from new voices with different advice.

Toddler Tunes

The Tambourine Social

Easter Bunny Songs | Fun Songs for Kids | Baby Music | Activities for Toddlers | Children’s Music

Hello friends, today we're going to sing songs about the Easter Bunny! Are you ready to sing with me?
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- The Welcome Song
- The Easter Bunny Loves to Dance
- Little Peter Rabbit
- Sleeping Bunnies
- The Goodbye Song

Thank you for listening to Toddler Tunes. This fun and interactive music podcast helps parents, caregivers and teachers bond with their little people through music. 
Here at Toddler Tunes, we sing songs about the alphabet, counting, animals, colours, nursery rhymes and so much more. Every song gives you the opportunity to connect with your child as you

Making Biblical Family Life Practical

Hal Young and Melanie Young

Homeschooling with Unsupportive Family – MBFLP 276

  If God has called you to teach your children at home, that’s what you need to do! But it’s easier if everyone around you is cheering you on. What do you do if your parents or in-laws or extended family are skeptical? How do you and your family keep on the path when there […]
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WNYC Studios

I'm Telling on You

Nobody likes a tattletale. Running to tell the teacher every time your friend looks at a phone in class isn’t cool. Or maybe it’s the right thing to do. To tell, or not to tell: THAT is the question we face on Pickle today.  
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The College Prep Podcast

Megan Dorsey & Gretchen Wegner

416: Let’s Take Teacher (and Student!) Burnout Seriously with Kendrea Hart

What is a school psychologist in a public school in Los Angeles seeing in regards to teacher and student burnout? Guest expert Kendrea Hart and Gretchen Wegner speak openly and vulnerably about teacher and student burnout including: what Kendrea’s seeing ... Read More »
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Making the Leap

Herzog Foundation

The one-size-fits-all approach to education in America is failing our kids. You can escape your government-assigned school. You can change your child’s future, and together we can create a better future for education in America. As parents, we must stand up and demand a solution before it’s too late. Join Christine and Chris Stigall in the new podcast Making The Leap launching May 6th. A show for the parents who make their own decisions, a community for those who want to create a better future for our children. We’re going to discuss how we can all improve as parents and how we can make better education decisions. We’ll bring on society experts, educators, legislators, psychologists, and parents like you and me; we’ll uncover how we got here and lay the groundwork for how we can improve ourselves and our children's future.Please make sure to subscribe to the show here in your podcast player so you don’t miss our first episodes. Share this with family, friends, or colleagues who also want to build a better future for themselves and their children.

Cook School: Cooking with Kids

Fun Kids

Pancakes (by Finn)

To make pancakes, you'll need: 
1 cup of flour
1 cup of milk 
2 eggs

You will also need a bowl and a pan. 

Put 1 cup of flour, 1 cup of milk and 2 eggs into a bowl and mix them to make pancake mix. 

Put oil into a pan and when hot pour the pancake mix onto the pan and flip them when they need to. 

Remember to always get help from a grown-up when working in the kitchen.

When cooked, put the pancakes on a plate and add whatever toppings you like! 

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NOS Jeugdjournaal

NPO Zapp / NOS

Waarom maken mensen nepnieuws?

Is alles dat je op TikTok ziet waar? De laatste tijd verschijnen er veel video’s op sociale media van de oorlog in Oekraïne. Maar ze zijn lang niet allemaal waar of echt gebeurd. Het is nepnieuws. Annabelle Zandbergen en Bart Tuinman duiken in het nepnieuws. Want hoe kom je erachter of iets echt is of nep? En waarom maken mensen nepnieuws?

We zijn op een plek waar alle informatie goed gecheckt wordt; de redactie van het NOS Jeugdjournaal. En Bart en Annabelle nemen een kijkje bij een speciale afdeling van de NOS waar videobeelden worden gecontroleerd op echtheid. Hoe ze dat doen? Je hoort het in deze aflevering van de Jeugdjournaal podcast.

Heb je vragen over het nieuws? Of wil je jouw goede nieuws delen: app een spraakbericht naar 0626586701!

After Sectionals

After Sectionals

AS 611 : The LADIES Episode

In this episode Darcy and Jenna talk about how we have been implementing some of the skills we’ve discussed in our own band hall over the last week.
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Clap for Classics!

Elizabeth Nixon

13. All about birds: a nursery rhyme, folk song and Vivaldi!

If you’d like to help your little ones develop an appreciation for classical music, make musical memories with your family, enjoy flexibility of an at-home program, and learn right alongside your kiddos, come join us in our All Access Membership.
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Today’s episode is all about birds! Grab a scarf and let’s get started!
We’ve created a free printable that is optional to use during the Classical listening activity:
Today we share three bird-themed activities:

Little Bird: traditional folk song. Use your scarf to fly like a bird while we sing about lots of different kinds of birds. Do you have a favorite bird?

Little bird, little bird, fly through my window
Little bird, little bird, fly through my window
Little bird, little bird, fly through my window

Charlotte Mason Poetry

Charlotte Mason Poetry Team

My Experience with Charlotte Mason in Sunday School

During most of the past six years I have volunteered helping with the pre-school and elementary aged children at our church. Although our church family includes many loving and well-intentioned educators, I am not aware of anyone else inclined towards Mason’s philosophy. In fact, much of what I observed over the years runs contrary to …
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The Music Podcast for Kids!

The Music Podcast for Kids!

Spotlight: The Organ! ?

Mr. Hairylegs pushed the BUTTON!!! Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite are headed back to the ballgame but this time they learn about the organ that plays cool music during baseball games. Oh and there’s muffins (well, sort of)! On to the show!


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Mr. Fite

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Mr. Henry

Are you looking for affordable piano lessons for your 6-10-year-old? Start the music jour

Buggin Out

Tyler Wiedmeyer

Hi! And welcome to “Buggin’ out” A podcast dedicated to all things creepy and crawly. I’m your host Tyler Wiedmeyer a Entomology Master’s student at the University of Delaware here to take you on a journey to the world of insects, arachnids, and all the rest of the ‘bugs’.

Small Talk Baby Podcast - Let's Play With Words!

Miss Pam🌺Teacher|Librarian

The only Podcast created FOR babies by a teacher|librarian and early literacy expert. ENJOY a happy routine engaging your baby around words! BUILD a strong foundation necessary for language development and later, learning how to read. 15 minutes - songs, rhymes and fingerplays - I guarantee your little one will learn a Lot about Language! *Geared to 0-2 years - - Enjoyed by all! You might get sick of these songs and rhymes--but your baby won’t. Repetition is the key to learning! Warmly, ~~Miss Pam Support this podcast:

Music Blocks

Colorado Public Radio

A music appreciation podcast about the building blocks that make up your favorite sounds. Music Blocks explores how songwriters and composers use sound to express their emotions and share their experiences. Each episode runs about 5 minutes to fit easily into family time, classroom discussion or your podcast queue. Hosted by Luis Antonio Perez and Rebekah Romberg, the show spans genres, cultures and eras to inspire listeners to explore music more deeply. Music Blocks was developed with middle and high schoolers in mind, but it's fun for listeners of any age. Music Blocks is a production of Colorado Public Radio's Audio Innovations Studio with help from music educators.

The SeedPod for Kids by Starting With Jesus

Starting with Jesus

A Bride for Isaac Part 2

I love a good love story! Especially when God has worked a miracle to join two people together! The story this week is absolutely INCREDIBLE because it’s obvious only God worked it out for two special people to be together. Year A Quarter 1 Week 14All Bible verses are from the NKJVWrite to Ms. Katie: seedpod@startingwithjesus.comKatie’s Korner: the Lessons Here: Kindergarten with Us:Website: https://startingwithjesus.comYouTube: Readings this week: Ayden & MicahPodcast Producer: Katie ChitwoodSound Engineer: Dillon AustinAudio Editors: Asher Hodet and Alexander WinklerMy Bible First, for use of their Bible Lesson curriculum.Au

History for Kids

Fun Kids

The Homes We Live In (Adventures Through Time)

Cast iron houses were quick to build, with materials in plentiful supply...

Until the price of bricks dropped, making cast iron houses too expensive to make.

That's why there was only 4 cast iron houses built in Dudley!

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Amani & Lauren

Current Affairs for kids by kids

Spanish to English

Bobby Basil Books for Kids

#1 – Counting Numbers

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Love Learning

Teach Starter

Poem: Spring is Here

A poem about the season spring.

Take a look at our comprehension worksheet asking questions about the poem ‘Spring is Here.’

Read more about this poem and many other Springtime activities in our blog 12+ Fresh and Fun Spring Activities for Kids.

Australian Curriculum alignment

Understand that different types of texts have identifiable text structures and language features that help the text serve its purpose. 
Understand how different types of texts vary in use of language choices, depending on their purpose and context (for example, tense and types of sentences). 

Understand how texts vary in complexity and technicality depending on the approach to the topic, the purpose and the intended audienceElaborationsbecoming familiar with the typical stages and language 


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The Homeschool Project Podcast

Nathan and Anita

E107: How Taking The First Step Can Change Your Life with Alyson Long from World Travel Family

Hello and welcome back to the campfire! Today we have Alyson from World Travel Family blog joining us. Alyson is a travel blogger, published writer, worldschooler, and mom to two boys. After gaining her degree in zoology and comparative physiology, Alyson went on to become a chief medical scientist in London hospitals before switching to blog creation and full-time motherhood. Alyson and her husband have always had a passion for travel but one day they decided they wanted to share this passion with their two young boys and took to traveling the world as a family to expand their sons’ horizons and education. Six years later of non-stop full time world travel, they have experienced 50+ countries while home educating their boys. Along with these life experiences, World Travel Family travel blog was created. Their blog covers travel with kids, vacations, long-term travel, gap years, ad

Clever Clogs: Riddles for Kids

Chimes Radio

Riddle 60

Listen up a riddle and its interesting answer, at times direct but also indirect at times, and become Clever Clogs.

If there are four sheep, two dogs and a herdsman, how many feet are there ?  

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Technology & Engineering for Kids

Fun Kids

And Who Puts It All Together? (Inside The Radio Station)

What’s it like working on the radio? How do the voices you hear on the radio get there ... and who cuts Dan’s hair? We're on a mission to show you what it’s like... Inside the Radio Station.

In this final episode, Robyn talks to the people who put the whole thing might recognise a couple of them, it's the presenters!

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Growing Patriots

FCB Radio Network

Ep. 59 – Female Loyalists

Dr. Kacy Tillman joins us for this episode to tell us all about loyalist women.In the 18th century, most people didn't believe women could think for themselves. So, they could get in trouble for the opinions of their fathers, husbands, brothers, and other men in their lives. History might remember them as loyalists, but some simply wanted peace. Others were working to help by acting as spies or messengers. Here are some of their stories.

ABC Story Sisters

Thirteen Media

Peter Pan Chapter Four: Peter and the Lost Boys

As Peter and the Darling children make their way to Neverland, the ABC Story Sisters are joined by a VIP- a Very Important Parent!  Will Tinkerbell crash their welcome home party with her mischief and tricks? Find out in this week's episode! For more fun and behind the scenes, follow @abcstorysisters on Instagram!ABC Story Sisters is dedicated to supporting children's literacy charity, Room to Read. Visit our website at for more information on how to get involved.

The Resource Room

Amanda Wilp

Cassandra Cornwell | Using QR Codes & Students Binders to Make Things Easy

Cassandra is a self contained behavior teacher from Indiana. She's a good friend of mine and is always full of helpful ideas and strategies. She's a full time teacher and mom to a newborn. She's sharing her tips for making data collection easier to save you time!

Dollars & Sense

Carol Topp

What do the Duties of Care and Loyalty Look Like?

What do the Duties of Care and Loyalty look like? HomeschoolCPA Carol Topp frequently mentions that homeschool leaders have a duty of care and loyalty to their groups. What does a duty of care look like? How do I know if I am being loyal? This recording is from a workshop given to homeschool leaders […]
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The Music Box

Louisville Public Media

Meter: The Musical!

This episode is an extra special musical journey that explores the world of time signatures, also known as meter. We're calling it "Meter: The Musical," which features original music from host Faith Murphy and Kiana Del, WUOL's engagement manager for music education. In the musical, two kids find a magical music box that transports them to Meter World, where they learn about different genres of music and try to find where they really belong.


Meter: The Musical! Music and lyrics by Faith Murphy and Kiana Del; book by Faith Murphy
Special thanks to our guest musicians: Noah Barker, Trevin Little, Jailynn Lake-Noel, Fiona Palenski, and Stephen Murphy
Recording and mixing engineer: Eric Matthews


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Autism In Real Life

Ilia Walsh, Creator and Host

Episode 18: Self Discovery Through your Child's Diagnosis with Jenna

Jenna and I have a great conversation about getting diagnosed when you are an adult who also is the parent of a child on spectrum. 

Naturalist Kids Podcast

Joy Cherrick

Season 2, Episode 4 - Winter Wonders

You are listening to Naturalist Kids Podcast, where we bring the stories of nature to life to encourage you in your quest to learn more about this great world. I’m your host, Joy Cherrick, and today I’m joined by Elliot, age 9. If you love our podcast and want to see more episodes like this one about winter, please consider supporting us through our Patreon site: There you will find transcripts, nature study lessons and additional resources to go with each episode! This is Episode 4 of Season 2. This episode is sponsored by Naturalist Monthly Newsletter. Naturalist Monthly is a newsletter that we put together each month to give you poems, nature study lessons and other inspiration right in your inbox.  Head over to to sign up.

Is That True?

A Kids Podcast About

Share Your Facts for Season Two!

We want to hear from you! From history to science, art to social justice, and outer space to the food on your plate, what facts do you want to explore together?Write to us at and we’ll tell you how you can submit your fact.

繪本無極限| 科學小教室


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米卡在上一集得到了神奇耳機,差點進入了魔龍的鼻孔之後, 本集再次穿越進繪本裡,會發生甚麼有趣的故事呢? 劇本 抹茶 製作 抹茶 配音 抹茶 / 米卡 錄音室 更衣間 故事參考 [1] 貓咪茶丸幫你找新家 - 小天下出版社 作者 澤野秋文 / 譯者 陳珊珊 [2] 白雪公主 [3] 地球寶寶早安 - 小天下出版社 作者 幾米 [4] 地球寶寶晚安 - 小天下出版社 作者 幾米 喜歡繪本嗎? 在節目更新之前還可以參考 繪本無極限粉絲頁 : 繪本無極限 IG : Powered by Firstory Hosting

The Adventuring Sisters Podcast

The Adventuring Sisters Podcast

Episode 52 - Recap Of Our 2021! (The Comeback Episode)

It's been a long time since we released an episode and here is why!
Everyone's 2021 was turbulent but our family had a few major, and we mean major, changes.
Listen to this recap episode to hear what we have been up to and find out what's happening next! 


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MASHUPS - by Kids Listen

Kids Listen

Ep2: Ten Times the Newsy News (without bubbles)

Meet two news podcasts. Would you rather play reporter and ask the questions or be in the spotlight? We thought it might be fun for you to play along with how news is made. Our friends Leela and Lyndee of Newsy Pooloozi have news of their own - they had to change their name! Join us as The Ten News’ curator and producer Tracy Leads Kaplan asks the hard-hitting questions. We also invited The Ten News’ Bethany Van Delft to represent! We start off with a highlight they each share showcasing their mash-up partner’s pod, and end with a personal contribution created just for you listeners. Mashups is a podcast that introduces you to some of our talented Kids Listen friends: The Ten News Newsy Pooloozi Music: Melly & Miss Lynn Produced & hosted by Tal Kelly     

Quentin and Alfie's ABC Adventures


Hear the Pinna Original podcast, Quentin and Alfie’s ABC Adventures! **Access the full series on Pinna — the only ad-free, screen-free audio streaming service custom-made for kids 3-12!** Join Alfie and his babysitter, Quentin, on alphabet adventures spanning A to Z. Each day, they journey down a magical sidewalk to fantastic destinations where they explore letter sounds, sing songs, and meet new friends. Parents' Choice Foundation Gold Award Winner, this fun adventure podcast introduces kids aged 3-5 to the alphabet, teaching them phonological awareness, which is a critical skill as they learn to read. Enjoy this sample collection of letters and songs, and download the Pinna app from your app store to hear every episode!

The Truth About Dinosaurs Podcast


Do you love dinosaurs? So do I! My name is Eli, and I started the Truth About Dinosaurs Podcast to dig up the facts about when and how dinosaurs lived and died, and unearth new discoveries to help people learn about these amazing creatures. In each episode, I interview different experts to bring you the latest in dino research. You'll hear about everything from T-rexes to Triceratopses, and even some lesser-known dinosaurs. If you're a dino lover like me, you won't want to miss a single episode! Support this podcast:

Toddler Talk's Podcast

Toddler Talk

An online service that will equip and empower all parents to support their children’s speech, language and social-emotional milestone development.

make joy normal: cozy homeschooling

Bonnie Landry

Why and how can we teach current events? A deeper dive.

Today we welcome back Matthew and Esther, co-founders of Veritas Current Events.  We talk about the importance of addressing current world events with our kids and how to make it relevant and engaging.     2:16 - What Veritas is and how to use it7:45 - How current events help form our young people 9:12 - Making it relevant and lesson plan overview 35:49 - Age range and subscription costs 41:17 - Sample news stories and issues addressed  Veritas Current Events    Enter the code "Fountains" for one month free trialEver Ancient, Ever New, by Catholic Heritage Curricula,EverNewArtHistory,Appreciation,Theory,andPractice/product_info.html Toniebox   use code toniepodcast  for15% discountTry Riversidefm, Our recording platform.  I use it because it’s easy. I use it because good tech support matters.https:/



52 磨坊父子與驢子、相信自己、人類的動物好幫手







The Genius Generation

Seeker and TRAX from PRX

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.

10 for Teens + Tweens

Empowerful Girls

026. #NoFilterBeReal

Who’s used a filter before? Dog ears and heart eyes ... Filters aren’t all fun and games though. Have you ever seen yourself with a filter and liked it better than the real you? That's ok, me too. I want to help you understand what’s wrong with filters..   .   .To help you remember, I created a “#NoFilterBeReal" poster. Go get your printable in the 10 for Tweens Ep. 025 show notes on

The SeedPod for Beginners by Starting With Jesus

Starting With Jesus

Week16C Mini

Mini: Let's review the story of Hannah's prayer and her son Samuel with: "The Sharing Song", "Praise Him, Praise, Praise Him", and "Teach us to Pray", with our memory verse 1 Sam.3:9 "Speak, Lord, for your servant hears."Recorded and produced by: Ashley B. LarsonDon’t forget to check out the coloring pages that go along with each lesson! you have enjoyed this program and would like to know more, go to our website: www.startingwithjesus.comThe Bible and nature story material used in today’s devotional podcast has been used with permission from My Bible First. If you would like your own copy, please visit their website-or call 1-877-242-5317.If you would like to purchase your own Memory Verse CD or Songbook, go to Ouchita Hills Store ( you would like to purchase the full Script

Podcast Kid

James Kennison

46: We Tell The Christmas Story

James, J and Jenna run through the Christmas Story… unfortunately Dad is a loser and messes it all up.
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Allegro Mágico

Claudia Ortiz

Nanas para dormir y relajarnos.

En este episodio los niños (y las familias) podrán relajarse (y Dios quiera, ¡dormir!) con estas 6 nanas para dormir. En esta lista incluímos desde la más conocida (de Johannes Brahms) hasta algunas nuevas o curiosas (¿sabías que Max Richter compuso una obra para dormir de 8 horas de duración? Consultó a médicos y todo.).    Las nanas para dormir y relajarnos que escucharás en el episodio de hoy.  00:32    Wiegenlied (Lullaby) por Johannes Brahms. Interpretado por Siân Wyn Gibson.  02:57   Constellation 1 por Max Richter. Interpretado por Max Richter & Ben Russell.  03:59   Wiegenlied (Lullaby), K. 350 por Bernhard Flies (anteriormente a Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart). Interpretado por RTV Slovenia Symphony Orchestra, Anton Nanut & Glinka Academic Choir.  05:43   L'Oiseau de Feu (The Firebird): XIX. Berceuse (l'Oiseau de Feu) [1910 version] por Igor Stravinsky. Interpretado por Igor Stravinsky & Columbia Symphony Orchestra.  07:11   Berceuse (1st V

Skills 4 Life

Northshore Schools Foundation

Skills 4 Life is an engaging, short, weekly podcast for parents of high school aged teens. We talk with a new guest each episode about high-demand jobs that are shaping future opportunities. This show is brought to you by the Northshore Schools Foundation, a Top-Rated Great Nonprofits award-recipient, Guidestar Gold Participant and best of a Best of Northshore nonprofit. To learn more about the Northshore Schools Foundation, visit us at

Deep Space High: Kids Guide to Space

Fun Kids

Space For All

'Space For All' is the latest series from Deep Space High all about all the different types of careers that are available in space exploration... there are more jobs then just being an astronaut you know! 

In this episode the gang find out what sort of jobs you can get in space if you don't have a favourite subject at school!

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Listen.Think.Leap! A Creative Movement Podcast

Listen.Think.Leap!, LLC

Minutes to Move Break #35: Simile Dance

Each Minutes to Move bonus episode features one creative movement activity so you can still dance even when you don't have a lot of time.  This week we are playing a simile dance game.  A Message for Grown-ups: All participants assume responsibility of risk of injury so before starting an episode clear a suitable area (recommended at least 6ft x 6ft) for jumping, walking, turning, and sitting and make sure any and all sharp corners, objects, slick spots, pets, and non participants are safely outside the designated dancing space!

Испанский для детей

Детское Радио

Hola, amigos! Привет, друзья! Вы готовы начать урок испанского языка? Тогда вперед! Тем более, что нас ждет увлекательный рассказ о вкусной паэлье, огненном танце фламенко и фантастических достопримечательностях Барселоны! Учим испанский, а заодно узнаем о культуре и истории Пиренейского полуострова. А для тех, кто учит английский - есть подкаст «Английский для детей», в котором Дэнни вместе с мамой изучают язык Шекспира и рассказывают невероятное количество интересных историй! Если вы хотите узнать, почему в Лондоне идет дождь из кошек и собак и каких необычных питомцев держат мальчишники и девчонки в Австралии - присоединяйтесь! И это еще не всё! На Детском радио также есть подкасты «Французский для детей», «Немецкий для детей» и «Итальянский для детей». Давайте учить иностранные языки вместе! Сайт: Вконтакте:

The Oxygen Mask Podcast

Communities Engaging Autism - Beth Dierker and Tera Girardin

Oxygen Mask Episode 22: Sy & Maychee share perspectives on, hopes for autism acceptance in the Hmong-American community

Listen to part two of the conversation with Sy and Maychee. Drawing from experiences and challenges they shared in Episode 21, Sy and Maychee describe their hopes, celebrations, and perspectives as members of Minnesota's Hmong-American community and the autism community.

Sy mentioned his involvement with the Multicultural Autism Action Network (MAAN) as well as the Supporting all Abilities Welcoming All Voices (SAWV) Facebook group. Part of his work with MAAN included a rich, personal conversation he had with Maychee and shared on YouTube. Check it out here.

Hear's a brief feature on Maychee from Hmong American Experience.


This Oxygen Mask Episode was made possible by an Family Connections Innovation Grant from the MN Department of Human Services. Communities Engaging Autism is grateful for t

Homeschool Moms Science Podcast

Greg Landry

Hosted by a homeschool dad / former college professor. The purpose of this podcast to encourage and equip homeschool moms to teach science (6th - 12th grade) and to make it interesting and enjoyable for students (and mom). Some topics include: order of science classes, prep for ACT, teaching college prep vs. "non-science" students, labs and lab reports, lots of stories from teaching thousands of university and homeschooled students, teaching biology, chemistry, physics, and anatomy & physiology, Q and A's with homeschool moms, and much more.

Het Klokhuis

NPO Zapp / NTR

#11 - Uitvinding waarin je kletsnat wordt | Onmisbare Uitvindingen

Zonder deze uitvinding had je het loeiheet tijdens een hittegolf. Welke onmisbare uitvinding zou het zijn? Geerke en Bart zoeken het uit in aflevering 11.

Spark Change

Connie Maday

Everyone has something to contribute to our global community. Join Connie Maday, mom, educator, entrepreneur as she interviews young change makers. This show is about celebrating the real stories of change makers, embracing our truth, drawing out passions to help spark your inner compass and empower you to do your part for our world.

Anorak: The Happy Podcast For Kids

Studio Anorak


“I love music cos it makes me feel fun. ”In this Music episode of Anorak: the Happy Podcast for Kids, our Little Editors interview singer-songwriter Tim Wong from Dear Jane (Hong Kong), musician Attia Taylor from Strange Parts (USA), and lead singer James Alexander Graham from The Twilight Sad (Scotland, UK). We find out whether they have ever lost their voice from singing and how they became musicians.  Thank you to Little Editors Dominic (6 years old, USA), Elsie (6 years old, USA), Molly (7 years old, UK), Eliza (7 years old, UK) and Zachary (11 years old, UK).Created by Studio Anorak in collaboration with Audio Always. To find out more about Anorak, visit Follow us on Instagram @AnorakMag and Twitter @AnorakMagazine. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Inquisikids Daily

Inquisikids Daily

Who Was Ferdinand Magellan?

Who Was Ferdinand Magellan?  Join us today as we learn about the first explorer to circumnavigate the globe.  
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The Children's Hour

The Children's Hour Inc.

Eclectic, entertaining, educational public radio for kids of all ages on every topic under and beyond the sun. The Children's Hour radio show includes kids in every production, and our themes focus on civics, STEM, culture and performance, filling educational gaps. High quality children's media that keeps everyone in the family engrossed, with great music and subjects that teach listeners something new, regardless of age!

Sound It Out

A Kids Podcast About


Today we’re exploring the word “personification.” What do you think it means?Okay, wordsmiths! Now it’s your turn! Share your writing with us or record a voicemail and send it to And let us know what other words are on your mind!Check out other podcasts made for kids just like you by visiting

Power Talks

Power to Girls Fdn.

Roots of a Girl - The Hair Experience

In this week's episode, the ladies share their hair journey and share some tips that helped them embrace their natural hairs so far. At what moment did you fall in love with your natural hair? Join the conversation via the Power Talks group chat in "My Power App."  Have questions you want the girls to address? share them anonymously at
This podcast is brought to you by Power to Girls Foundation. Power To Girls Foundation is a registered not-for-profit organization that helps empower black and marginalized girls in the Greater Toronto Area (Canada) and abroad. We are dedicated to providing positive mentorship, community interaction, and recreational activities that inspire self-confidence, build self-esteem, friendships, nutritional health, and integrity in the hearts of all our girls.
The purpose of our foundation is to help young girls discover their individual identity, and creative gi

Play Skillfully

The Homegrown Preschooler

Welcome to Play Skillfully, a podcast from the authors of the award winning curriculum A Year of Playing Skillfully and parent favorite, The Homegrown Preschooler. Join us as we share the latest research on the role of play and provide practical ideas to assist you in cultivating wonder and love of learning in your children.

History for Christian Teens

Crystal Niehoff

History for Christian Teens is for middle and high school-age students- but Moms and Dads are invited to listen in, too! Each week, we will cover a historical person, place, or event, examining it through the lens of the Bible to draw relevant life and character lessons to then apply to our own lives as Christ-followers. Your host, Crystal Niehoff, is an Army chaplain’s wife, mother of five, and grandmother to five. In 2000, Crystal and her family began their homeschooling journey, which Crystal now continues with her oldest granddaughter, Lexi. Previously a child welfare worker and former owner of Army Wife Network and host of Army Wife Talk Radio; additionally, she holds certifications as a birth and bereavement doula and chaplain. Crystal is an avid researcher, history buff, amateur photographer, and self-proclaimed coffee connoisseur. Co-Host, Kevin Niehoff, is Crystal’s husband. Originally from Chicago, Illinois, but also lived in Marietta, Georgia and Fort Worth, Texas, extensively prior to entering military service. Kevin has a BA in History with a Minor in Political Science from Kennesaw College, now known as Kennesaw State University. He then went on to earn his Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX. Kevin has over 30 years of ministry experience in churches as well as various institutions.

Donuts and Devos

Marifaith Mueller

Forty Years in the Wilderness | Ep. 072

The unbelieving Israelites who complained against God ended up getting what they asked for. “Would that we had died in the land of Egypt! Or would that we had died in this wilderness!” God wanted the Israelites to turn to Him with their fears and uncertainties and place their faith in Him. Instead the eople looked around them and decided that the situation was too difficult and scary to face. The consequence of their unbelief would be that instead of living in the Promised Land, they would wander in the wilderness for 40 years - a year for each of the 40 days that they spied out the land to begin with.

"And your children shall be shepherds in the wilderness forty years and shall suffer for your faithlessness..."Numbers 14:33

Free Coloring Page

Kids can memorize their memory verse while listening to the podcast with our free coloring page originally designed

Charlotte Mason Mastery™ Show

Dollie Freman

Actionable steps that will help you discover the parental and educational philosophies that forms strong faith, fruitful character, and wholesome conduct by supplying daily ideas that empower children to take ownership of their own education.

Raising Mums

Dr Gemma Elizabeth: Founder of Our Muslim Homeschool and Raising Mums

How to Take Trips with Kids (and Survive when it All Goes Wrong!)

Among the countless benefits of homeschooling is flexible scheduling. This means your family has the freedom to learn whenever and wherever you want because the whole world is your classroom! Taking trips with your kids is not only great for learning and socializing but also for creating memories for the entire family. Unfortunately, sometimes, even with all the best intentions, things don't go as expected. So how can you survive the setback?

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In Episode 65 of the Raising Mums podcast, I share some tips to get your family out and exploring.

Key Points to Remember:

Taking trips, outside of your regular routine, creates memories and heart connections.Don't discount the small - the joy lies in being together.Plan for th

That's Incredible

Mamamia Podcasts

That's Incredible is a podcast for parents and kids that's packed with incredible facts and amazing stories about the world around us, hosted by Andrew Daddo. This podcast was made in partnership with Subaru.

Akili and Me

ABF Creative & Ubongo Media

So Many Different Places

Subscribe to this channel to get all of Season 1 of the Akili and Me podcast, and listen to fun learning shows every week. 

Akili and Me is a edutainment series from Ubongo, creators of Africa’s most beloved educartoons, and ABF Creative. Kids 3-6 year olds will love joining Akili on her magical adventures in Lala Land, where they’ll learn numbers, letters, drawing and English. Ubongo is a Tanzania-based social enterprise that entertains kids to learn and love learning, edutainment made in Africa, for all kids.

Want more Akili and Me? Watch on our Youtube Channel, Akili and Me - Edutainment from Africa!
Check out Akili and Me ebooks and learning apps

Little Champs Montessori Podcast

Little Champs Montessori Podcast

Little Champs Montessori Childcare and Dayhome in Calgary AB provides quality childcare dayhome in a positive and safe environment where children can grow and learn from experienced daycare staff. A family home has been beautifully converted as a Premium Montessori dayhome which retains the warm homely feeling with great learning environment for your child. At Little Champs Montessori, the parents gain access to educational resources they would need when planning an early childhood program for their young ones.

Creation Science Podcast - Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network

Felice Gerwitz

Amazing Benefits of Lemon Balm for Everyday

The benefits of lemon balm for the entire family are worth the effort. Join Julie on Crunchy Christian Podcast today as she talks about this wonderful, mild herb.
The post Amazing Benefits of Lemon Balm for Everyday appeared first on Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network.

Awakened to Reggio

Sandy Lanes

Observing with Presence with Dr. Naama Zoran

Dr. Naama Zoran returns and shares with us the unique way that observation is seen, interpreted and built upon in the Reggio Emilia municipal preschools and infant toddler centers.

All Aboard!!! The Disneyland Railroad

All Aboard!!! The Disneyland Railroad

A Disneyland Resort based podcast by 2 life long Disneyland enthusiasts who love Walt's Park. This show is full of good, clean fun and research always takes a back seat. Hosts, Jungle Cruiser and Yo Ho Joe, Aboard The Disneyland Railroad (In their imaginations) and take it to different areas within the Disneyland Resort (Attractions, shows, restaurants, etc.) They discuss fun facts, hidden Mickeys and memorable moments for each area. Support this podcast:

How to Talk to Kids About Anything

Dr. Robyn Silverman

How to Talk to Kids about the Gifts, Tools and Rituals of the ADHD Brain with Peter Shankman – ReRelease

Peter Shankman is a spectacular example of what happens when you find the best traits of ADHD and work really hard to make them benefit you. Diagnosed at seven years old with “sit down, you’re disrupting the class” disease, Peter wasn’t formally diagnosed with ADHD until his mid-30s. By that time, however, he’d started and sold two companies, and realized that all the differences that formerly labeled him as a troublemaker were actually his greatest assets. After Peter sold his third company, (Help a Reporter Out,) he decided to focus on really understanding this “faster brain” of his, and learning exactly what it could do. From that, the Faster Than Normal podcast and bestselling book were born.
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The Early Childhood Research Podcast

The Early Childhood Research Podcast

Dyslexia and Early Intervention #23

Today’s interview is with dyslexia and early intervention specialist Dr Tim Conway. If you’re looking for ways to ensure young children are given the best early intervention, or just to take the most effective approach towards setting up a solid foundation for reading in the future, this interview is for you! You can listen to this [...]
The post Dyslexia and Early Intervention #23 appeared first on Liz's Early Learning Spot.

Parent Busters

Jacqueline Wilson and Ella Wilson

Welcome to Parent Busters: A fun podcast where parents and kids can learn about weird topics together. We're busting the funny weird sayings, superstitions & wives’ tales our parents told us. Great if you're looking for a podcast for kids and parents for family listening, homeschool podcasts, or podcasts for teachers to learn with kids! Be sure to grab our FREE Buster Deduction Sheets BEFORE listening to the episodes or just head over for more learning after listening on

Activity Quest

Fun Kids

Hot Cross Buns and Hadrian’s Wall

This episode’s all about Easter. We’re making hot cross buns, going on our own Easter egg hunt across the country and visiting Hadrian’s Wall!

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Anicca | Meditation for Kids


Mindfulness of Breath for Kids (3 Minutes)

?‍?‍?‍? Help your children learn meditation with this 3 minute guided meditation on the breath. Practice to improve concentration, balance the mind, and discover the peace and happiness within. ??‍♀️  Step 1 - Sit Down
Step 2 - Close Your Eyes (and mouth)
Step 3 - Pay Attention to the Breath!*
*Pay attention to the spot below the nostrils and above the upper lip. This spot is the focus of the meditation and helps improve concentration. It's easiest if you keep your mouth closed because it helps you feel the breath through the nose. Good luck! :)

NOAA and the Octonauts

NOAA Office of Education

Episode 7: The Eel Ordeal

Explore the ecology of eels and learn about their harrowing migration from an eel expert at the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island offsite link! 

Mindful Conversations with KAY

Kidding Around Yoga

Bedtime Struggles? mindful strategies to help your family sleep well

Goodnight! Sleep well!
Easier said than done for many of our children, and some of us grown-ups, too. In this episode, Kelly and Kristi share mindfulness-based tools and strategies for sending your little ones off to dreamland (fuss-free!).
Tune in to:
connect with the family through a mindful sleep routine
use mindfulness to tame nighttime anxiety
practice guided meditations for sleep (and for literacy skills)
grow your own Peaceful Garden
breathe mindfully to fall asleep
explore the science and physiology of mindful bedtime practices
scan your body to encourage relaxation
use sensory props to settle into sleep
create a personalized Relaxation Station

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I Am A Champion

Upstarter Podcast Network, April Mancuso Reynolds & Rowena Bright Hyldahl

Gymnast Mykayla Skinner & the wild ride to Olympic Silver

A Story of grit, persistence, faith, disappointment, sweet sweet victories, and never giving up. Learn from the darling of the Tokyo Olympics . Gymnast and Olympic silver medalist Mykayla Skinner. Find Mykyla on youtube - Mykayla's start in gymnastics12:31 - Mykayla at the Rio Olympics25:24 - Fear over COVID ruining the olympics29:52 - 2021 Olympics49:21 - Having a fighting mentality58:22 - Mykayla's sacrifices to reach her goals60:13 - Mykayla's gymnastics superpower64:20 - Overcoming struggle and heartbreak--Let's connect!To get more info and updates on the podcastIG@iamachampionpodcastTikTok our personal instagram accounts@doctor.aprilm@ro_glowCheck out our youtube channel for videos and h

Easy Peasy Finance for Kids and Beginners

Easy Peasy Finance

What is Minimum Wage – Easy Peasy Finance for Kids and Beginners – Podcast

All you need to know about minimum wage: What is minimum wage, Who decides the minimum wage, Can some people legally work for less than minimum wage, Does minimum wage change or does it stay the same, and more.

Show notes and transcript at:

Pee Wee Trivia

Doc Turner

Daily trivia written exclusively for kids! Support this podcast:

Stories for toddler


Little Red Riding Hood

This story is about little girl who lived in jungle.

Time For Lunch

Heritage Radio Network


When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! This week on Time For Lunch we’re puckering up to appreciate beautiful, yellow, tart lemons. Hannah and Harry speak with Liz Scott from Alex’s Lemonade Stand. Her daughter Alex took the idea of a neighborhood lemonade stand and turned it into a grassroots fundraising effort to help cure cancer. As always this episode is chock full of fun facts and even has a tip for the aspiring secret agents among you. If you’d like to hear your voice on the show, ask a grownup to help you record yourself using the voice memo app on an iPhone and email your questions, jokes, and recipes to Celebrate HRN and  become a monthly sustaining donor at program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.Time For Lunch is Powered by Simplecast.

絵本で英会話 (Picture Books English)


? オーストラリアのおはなし:カンガルーママのふくろ ~ How the Kangaroo Got Her Pouch ~

世界初?オーストラリアの伝説を英語と日本語で。皆さんも知っての通り、僕は幼い頃からオーストラリアに住んでいます。そんなオーストラリアにも伝説がある事を知っていますか?オーストラリアの原住民、アボリジニの人々が「ドリームタイム」夢の時代と呼んでいる、とても古いお話しがあります。何と6万5千年前のお話しで、世界がどのようにして誕生しかたなどのお話しです。「終わりのない始まり」、ドリームタイムは過去、現在、そして未来が繋がっていて続いていると信じられています。そして今回皆さんにお伝えしたいドリームタイムのお話しは、How the Kangaroo Got Her Pouch「カンガルーママの袋」?です。このお話しが日本語に訳されたのは初めてかもしれません。赤ちゃんをお腹の袋に入れるカンガルー、皆さんは動物園などで見たことがありますよね。でもカンガルーにはもともとお腹の袋がなかったらしいです?!心の優しいカンガルーママは袋をどの様にして手に入れたのでしょうか?どうぞお楽しみください。「母の日」メッセージ? そして、忘れはいけないのが5月8日にあった「母の日」です。一人、一人の子供にとってあなたは世界で最高の母親であるこ事。そう、子供にとってこの世界であなた以上の母親はいません。いつも頑張つているお母様、これからも「絵本で英会話」があなたの支えになる事を祈り、応援しています。 以前にご紹介した母の日スペシャル・エピソード第63話のピーターラビットシリーズ「こねこのトムのおはなし」も是非お聴きください。-------------------------------------------------------Original version by HIROFrom Public Domain (著作権無効) With special thanks to following providers:フリーBGM素材「甘茶の音楽工房」さんからの無料素材を使用。フリー効果音 On-Jinさん:からの無料素材を使用。フリー効果音&BGM素材: か

Brain Training Podcast


Welcome to the Brain Training Podcast, the daily audio workout for your head. In this podcast we have two games for you, each with three rounds which get progressively harder. To enjoy the full experience, relax, and avoid distractions whilst you listen. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Wait- But Why?

Neha Grewal

Special thanks to Anchor for making this possible!

Flamingo Feathers

Beth Corcoran

Do you homeschool a child with special needs? This podcast is for you! I'm a special needs homeschooling mom, and on the Flamingo Feathers podcast, we'll talk about curriculum choices, disability specific topics, mental and emotional health, and more! All from a Christian perspective.Our homeschooling journeys will all look different, but one thing is for will find specific, actionable tips for your homeschool, as well as the connection and community we all so desperately need.

Play Teach Talk

Tiffany Thompson

Does your toddler use less words than expected for their age? Have you read all of the books, tried the educational toys, talked to your friends, and watched the videos? This podcast is recorded by a licensed speech pathologist, for parents, and outlines the reason for Early Intervention Speech Therapy, and how to use strategies to help your emerging talker use more words to communicate.

Opt In NYC

New York City Police Foundation

Welcome to Opt In NYC, a podcast produced by young New Yorkers in conjunction with the New York City Police Department and Police Foundation. The podcast explores contemporary issues and stories about New York City neighborhoods. New York City teens sit down with NYPD cops to share perspectives and educate one another. For more information, visit Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram

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Блиц про птиц! Бывают ли такие огромные птицы, как птица Рух? Стоит ли опасаться гусей-лебедей? И почему птицы — по-настоящему волшебные существа?

В этом блице в гостях у Таты и Степы — ведущая подкаста «Витю видел?» Ника Самоцкая. Все вместе они выясняют, светятся ли птицы, как жар-птица, могут ли лебеди унести ребенка и когда жила самая огромная птица на свете. А еще Степа рассказывает очень страшную историю про гусей! Над подкастом работали: редактор Анна Шур, выпускающий редактор Серёжа Дмитриев, звукорежиссер Дима Гудничев, расшифровщик Кирилл Гликман, фактчекер Михаил Трунин и композитор Михаил Сарабьянов.

Pardis Explorers

Pardis for Children

Pardis Explorers is a biweekly podcast for children on the arts and culture of Iran. This podcast is produced by Pardis for Children and Melody Safavi, in the hope of introducing our Iranian and non-Iranian young friends to the beauty of Persian culture. In each episode, we set off to explore different aspects of this rich culture such as Persian music, art, language, poetry, cuisine, social habits, and celebrations by answering the children’s questions with the help of an expert. Join us on this journey!

Road School Moms

Mary Beth Goff and Holly Giles

Picture Books in Your Homeschool

Picture books have the ability to transform a homeschool into a place of imagination, wonder and character skills. We discuss all of this with Cheryl Bastian in Episode #182 of Roadschool Moms Radio.  The replay is a live recording by the Roadschool Moms team from the back porch and behind the wheel. Holly Giles, the […]
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7 in 7 An Educational Podcast for Kids

That's Dad's Coffee

In each episode, host Christopher and family try to answer 7 common kid questions in 7 minutes. Parents are probably familiar with being asked 100+ questions a day by their children. Let us help answer some of them. We’ll tackle the common and uncommon questions kids often ask, quickly and with some laughs. 7 New Things in 7 Minutes is an educational podcast for kids and the whole family. Visit our website for more educational podcast for kids episodes.

Aha! Homeschool

Katie Shepard

The Aha! Homeschool podcast encourages, inspires and equips parents to educate their children from home. Katie Shepard shares weekly ideas, tips and inspiration on how to approach Biblical homeschooling.

Sage Parnassus

Sage Parnassus

Homework in the Community: Truth, Beauty, Goodness Community #4

“Homework” is a bit of a misnomer for our situation, but if you listen to this episode you will understand how our group functions and enriches our homeschools. You can listen below, subscribe on Apple Podcasts (iTunes)or Stitcher, or read the original transcript and listen here.
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The Science Sisters

The Science Sisters

The Science Sisters is a podcast about science for kids, by kids. We feature real science researched, written, and brought to you by Genevieve and Emmy, 10 and 8-year-old sisters.

101 Facts with Joshua

Joshua Aguirre

Joshua loves random bits of information and he needs to share it with the world, before his brain explodes! Sit back and learn a few random (but pretty cool facts) each episode, until he reaches 101!

CheckPod - Der Podcast mit Checker Tobi

Bayerischer Rundfunk

Dialekt | Von Moin bis Servus

Hier wird gecheckt, warum es Dialekte gibt, ob sie vom Aussterben bedroht sind und inwiefern Tiere Dialekte haben.

How To Raise Creative Kids

Stir Free

A multi-generational conversation about Child Development and how to foster imagination, exploration, and problem solving in kids, from the perspective of two life-long creativity and education specialists (that also happen to be mother and daughter).

College Prep Genius

Jean Burke

SAT Changes

What are the SAT changes? Is the SAT going away? In this podcast Jean Burk shares her expertise with all of you!
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Short Stories


Power of Words

Short story in Hindi

J House Podcast

Jeremy Johnston

My kids and I interview people we admire (like authors of our favorite books, gold medal olympians, artists, scientists, CEOs, etc.) to learn from their experiences and advice!

رادیو الفبای مهر

Alefbaye Mehr

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Goodnight Moon

The Nerd Party

12 - Goodnight Rebels

After a 3 year hiatus Goodnight Moon is back. Tonight Elizabeth and Darren talk about making and the show Star Wars: Rebels.Goodnight Moon are the nights my daughter and I talk and share a conversation about the day. In this mini podcast I teach Elizabeth space exploration, astronomy, history and making. To ignite the spark of curiosity and cause her skyward gaze to be filled with wonder.My hope is that Goodnight Moon will be something that can be shared with your own children and lead to many great discussions about space and exploration.Music - Pushing Through Crystal Ice Clouds

Nashville Education Hotline

Blueprint Nashville

Nashville Education Hotline is a podcast of the Blueprint for Early Childhood Success, an education initiative managed by United Way of Greater Nashville. Each episode features advocates, educators, parents and community leaders sharing their education journeys and exploring issues of local education.

Homeschooling Outside the Box

Cindy Rinna

Homeschool Rhythms: Rest Time

So far in this “Homeschool Rhythms” series we’ve talked about morning time, narration, getting ready, group work, individual work, and read alouds. We’ve moved our way through morning activities and lunch so today we’re going to talk about rest time! I know some of you might have the urge to check out right now thinking your children have aged out of this time of day but I assure you, it is for all ages…including you, mama. Rest time is a beautiful hour of the day when you can take a few deep breaths, make a fresh cup of coffee, and reset for your afternoon. Our culture is obsessed with productivity; there seems to be an underlying pressure everywhere we turn to be active. What if rest is not something we do because we are finished with our work but rather something we do because God created us to need to do it? Join me today as I show you how rest time can fit in your day. IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL HEAR: How to fit rest time in your busy day The

Brain Coach Tips

Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network

Each week, receive practical brain building tips that have proven life-changing for thousands who have applied these principals to make life and learning easier. Your host, Jan Bedell, PhD, started a journey in 1992 that transitioned her from desperate home school mom of a struggling learner into a Master NeuroDevelopmentalist. With her new knowledge of how to optimize brain function, coupled with her previous experience as a public, private and home school teacher, Jan understood there was more to education than just technique and curriculum. header-logo-sqShe found hope and help for her daughter through The NeuroDevelopmental Approach and now conveys her passion by teaching you ways to stimulate brains of all ages. So whether your child is typically developing, gifted, struggling or has a disability, join Brain Coach, Jan Bedell as she shares knowledge that has helped children, teens and adults reach their true God-given potential.

Caroline Goldman - docteur en psychologie de l'enfant

Caroline Goldman - docteur en psychologie de l'enfant

Caroline Goldman est psychologue pour enfants et adolescents. Elle exerce son métier avec passion depuis une vingtaine d'années. Elle est titulaire d'un doctorat en psychologie de l'enfant, a enseigné 15 ans à l'université et a également publié des livres. Ce podcast s'inscrit dans une démarche d'information et de prévention en santé mentale de l'enfant. Il a deux objectifs : 1. Aborder les dimensions éducatives fondamentales : apprendre aux enfants à gérer la frustration à partir de l'âge d'un an, donner à son enfant confiance en lui, annoncer des mauvaises nouvelles, parler des dangers d'internet... 2. Faire le point sur certaines contre-vérités médiatiques qui ont un effet sur la santé des enfants : le haut potentiel intellectuel, l'hypersensibilité, l'éducation positive bienveillante. Bonne écoute ! Enregistrement et montage :

YourClassical Adventures

American Public Media

The Glass Armonica

There is a strange instrument that was once believed to have magical powers. Join host Liz Lyon as we learn a little about the history of the glass armonica and listen to music composed for this unique instrument.
Episode 80 Glass Armonica
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Adagio for Glass Armonica — In the last year of Mozart’s life, he composed this piece for the glass armonica, which has been referred to as one of unearthly beauty.LISTEN — Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Adagio for Glass Armonica

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Adagio for Glass Armonica


Johann Abraham Peter Schulz: Largo — There were many rumors surrounding the glass armonica. In Germany, some towns actually banned the instrument. Here is a piece written for it by German composer Johann Abraham Peter Schulz.LISTEN — Johann Abraham Peter Schulz: Largo

Substitute Teachers Lounge

Greg Collins

Substitute Teachers Are More Important Than Teachers

What do substitute teachers have to deal with that teachers don't?Join our Facebook group, your questions to mailto:  gregcollinssubstitute@gmail.comBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE

Activist, You!

Queer Kid Stuff

*BONUS* Dear Grownups

Today, we’re bringing you a very special episode about the upcoming election! Even though the voting age in the United States is 18 years old, kids can still have a say in the election. So we collected messages from kids around the country, telling us why it’s so important to go out there and vote! If you like the episode please leave us a review on iTunes! We would love to hear how you like our first season of episodes! You can follow Activist, You! on twitter and instagram @activistyoupod, and follow Lindz @lindzamer on twitter and instagram!

Newsy Pooloozi - The News Pod for Kids

Leela Sivasankar Prickitt, Lyndee Prickitt

Kid News This Week: Easter lowdown, digitally unwrapped mummy, swimming dinos, rickshaw garden

Kid News This Week: Hear the lowdown on Easter, all about the digitally unwrapped mummy, the swimming Spinosaurus, rickshaw's rooftop garden, the stuck temple thief and more!




為什麼族人的漁獲會不翼而飛?族人們有那些捕魚的方式?有趣的故事及單元設計,將帶領大小朋友認識原住族的傳說故事及阿美族的巴拉告捕魚法。   台灣有16 族原住民朋友,因為身處環境不同,生活的方式也不相異,像農耕、狩獵和漁撈等,位在花東地區的阿美族朋友以捕魚為生,巴拉告捕魚法是其中一種捕魚法,具有環保生態概念,巴拉告捕魚法到底如何捕魚?為什麼對環境生態有幫助?本集節目邀請新北市環境教育輔導團王俊凱教師,介紹巴拉告捕魚法及分享可以如何保護河川、海洋。 小發現別錯過,大科學過生活,「小發現大科學」節目每週三、日,一起認識生活中有趣的科學知識吧! ----- ??4:30 〖科學偵查團〗 用故事來說說巨人阿里嘎蓋的事件。 ??13:50 〖科學酷檔案〗 本集節目邀請小虎哥哥來說明巴拉告捕魚法。 ??21:00〖科學生活Follow Me〗 認識原住民祖先的智慧--阿美族的捕魚文化和馬太鞍濕地。 ----- ?科普時間  「巴拉告」曾經是花蓮阿美族非常重要的生態捕魚方式,但目前已越來越少見,只在花蓮光復鄉馬太鞍濕地等少數地區才看得到,現在有一群人努力,經由旅遊推廣的方式,讓更多的人認識巴拉告捕魚法和原住民祖先的智慧,旅遊不再只是看看風景,也能認識原住民文化,大小朋友下回可以試著規劃一趟不一樣的旅遊行程。 ----- 來賓: 新北市環境教育輔導團教師 王俊凱 演播者:白天、黃柏諺、洪子文、侯佩君、林芳如、劉宇寰、陳品安、魏書芸、葉睿庠 助理主持人:倪承楷 ----- Apple|Spotify|Google|KKBOX|Firstory|SoundOn 搜尋訂閱:打開小耳朵 ----- ?教育電臺? ?官網: ?粉絲團: ?線上收聽: 國立教育廣播電臺, 教育電台, 兒童科普, 兒童科學, 生活科學, 小茱姐姐,科學  (00:03:50) 科學偵查團 (00:13:00) 科學酷檔案 (00:21:00) 科學生活Follow Me Powered by Firstory Hosting

The Big Melt

Gen-Z Media | Wondery

COP26 and the Race to Zero

Hi Big Melters, I recently got to chat with Nigel Topping - the UN’s high level Climate Champion about the upcoming COP - Conference of the parties, aka. the Mack Daddy of all climate conferences!Find out why this year’s meeting is SO important.And here is a link to a cool graphic novel about IPCC, The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, of the UN for insight into the way these sorts of meetings work: Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Speech Therapy: Storm of the Brains

Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist

Teaching Children to Recall and Retell Past Events

In this episode of the Speech and Language Kids Podcast, speech-language pathologist Carrie Clark discusses how to help children remember past events and tell you about them later. Click Here to Subscribe to My Mailing List Notes: 1. Remembering a Single Picture Show them a picture and then put it away
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Die Maus zum Hören

Westdeutscher Rundfunk

Haste Töne

Die Maus zum Hören - Lach- und Sachgeschichten. Heute: mit einer Orgel aus Schnürsenkeln, einem Geräuschewissenschaftler, jeder Menge Sternschnuppen, mit Marie und natürlich mit der Maus und dem Elefanten. Von Marie Güttge.

Hada de Fresa


178. Podcast especial del día de las madres. Hada de Fresa

Hoy volvemos por fin con un podcast muy especial. Está dedicado a todas las madres que nos escuchan. Escucharéis una preciosa canción de nuestro cantante Maldeautores, que le dedica a su madre. Seguro que los fresifans se sienten identificados con ella.

The Activators!

A Kids Podcast About

Sammie Vance and Sammie’s Buddy Bench Project

Sammie Vance challenges us to reconsider how we make others feel included. Let’s learn how what we discard can be recycled to create things that bring us together.Learn more about Sammie by visiting check out Season 2, Episode 3 of the Sammie Smiles podcast “Sammie Interviews Leo Abelo Perry” by visiting resources mentioned:Green Tree Plastics -

Winning is Not Everything

Sean Jensen

Winning Is Not Everything aims to bring sanity back to youth sports. In each weekly episode, sports-minded kids and their parents will hear conversations with blue-chip athletes and coaches that fight the obsession over rankings and trophies in youth sports, and instead emphasizes character development and sportsmanship. Hosted by Sean Jensen, former NFL reporter, children’s book author, and youth sports coach.

Homeschooling Entrepreneur Mom – Kid Entrepreneurship, Work From Home, Homeschool Basics, Making Money FUN

Kawai Ah Quin | Homeschool Coach & Kid Entrepreneurship Mentor

Do you wish you knew how to homeschool and integrate all of the different ages of your kids? Have you been searching for a place where you can learn the homeschooling basics without being overwhelmed? Are you also an entrepreneur mama at heart? Do you know there’s a way for you to combine homeschooling while making money from home? However, you literally have no idea how to do that or where to start? Lastly, do you know how critical it is for you to instill entrepreneurship into your kids but you don’t know which mentors to trust, what to teach or how to get them started in a fun, easy and exciting way? You’re in the right place! Aloha, I’m Kawai Ah Quin and this is the Homeschooling Entrepreneur Mom podcast! In this podcast you will learn entrepreneurship for moms, my business basics and money mindset hacks! I'll teach you simple and easy entrepreneurship for your kids! Yes! I’m also going to teach you homeschooling basics and how to make money fun for the entire family! I know what it’s like to want to integrate the two. I have five kiddos that I’ve been homeschooling for almost a decade! I’m a registered nurse turned full-time entrepreneur because I was tired of missing out on memorable moments & I wanted more time for adventures. I know what it takes to show up for yourself and your family, while integrating school, business & fun! In this podcast you will learn about entrepreneurship, building a business from home, money basics and business basics. You’re gonna learn kid entrepreneurship, making work fun for them, driving motivation and creativity for kids. Lastly, I will tell you everything I know about homeschooling! So that you can get organized, manage your time, unschool and make field trips unforgettable! Grab your whiteboard, favorite mama juice and throw your hair in a mom bun it’s time to get to work! Connect -> Instagram -> @kawai_ahquin Community ->

Ultimate Homeschool Radio Show

Felice Gerwitz

Don’t Wanna Obey?

Don’t Wanna Obey? One story from the bible that I go to often is Jonah. You can learn alot about obedience and forgiveness from Jonah. Many people don’t wanna obey, and they focus on the part of the story where Jonah spends time in the belly of the big fish. My favorite part comes after […]
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Apologetics for Tweens

Thomas Griffin

Was Jesus God? Episode 56

Only Christianity claims Jesus was God. Was He only a man and teacher and prophet? Was He both? Join us to address this important topic.


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Geology Rocks: Exploring the Earth Sciences

Fun Kids

The Anthropocene Period

Learn how geology can help you learn what the Earth looked like BILLIONS of years ago – and how it has changed since!

In this episode we explore The Anthropocene Period!

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Австрия. О горных лыжах, балах и страшных Крампусах

Есть ли в Австрии хищные коровы и что делают местные собаки во время лекций в университете? Какие балы устраивают австрийцы и как часто носят национальный костюм? Какой предмет есть на каждой австрийской кухне и что за мохнатые чудища разгуливают по Австрии в декабре?В гостях у Кати Ламм и ее соведущей Лизы Подкопаевой — Ангелика Елисеева.Фотографии предметов ищите в телеграме «Гусьгуся»:Над подкастом работали:Автор и продюсер — Катя ЛаммВыпускающий редактор — Сережа ДмитриевЗвукорежиссер — Иван ПрокофьевРасшифровщица — Диана ЮсуповаФактчекер — Алексей БороненкоДизайнер — Павел АлексеевКомпозитор — Михаил Сарабьянов