Tumble Often compared to a kid-friendly Radiolab, this podcast not only addresses fascinating topics but also tries to foster a love of science itself by interviewing scientists about their process and discoveries. Longer episodes and occasional adult topics such as alcohol, war, and politics make this a better choice for older listeners, but hosts Josh and Chuck keep things engaging and manage to make even complex topics relatable. And with over 1, episodes in its archive, you might never run out of new things to learn. Noodle Loaf A delightful offering from a music education specialist and his co-host daughter will get kids of all ages singing, rhyming, moving, and engaging in all kinds of musical games.
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The segments, games, and songs are so silly and upbeat that the whole family will enjoy participating. Little listeners can even add their voice to the theme song in the podcast's electronically compiled kid's choir! Saturday Morning Cereal Bowl Kids' music can be … well, annoying. But "kindie rock" aka, indie rock for kids is here to help.
This two-hour podcast styled like a DJ radio show features new and old songs that kids will love, many by parents' favorite musicians. Each week there's a new playlist combining kids' music from artists such as They Might Be Giants , with kid-appropriate songs from artists that grown-ups will recognize, such as Elvis Costello , The Ramones , and John Legend. It's a perfect compromise for parents tired of cheesy kids' music. All Songs Considered This weekly podcast from NPR covers the latest and greatest in new music with a particular focus on emerging artists and indie musicians.
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They're screen-free. Best for : Big kids The Two Princes This charming fantasy adventure will have listeners of all ages glued to the speakers until the very end. Best for : Preschoolers and little kids KiDNuZ Kids like to be informed and engaged, but talking to kids about the news can be a challenge. Best for : All ages Book Club for Kids This excellent biweekly podcast features middle schoolers talking about a popular middle-grade or YA book as well as sharing their favorite book recommendations.
Best for : Preschoolers and little kids Be Calm on Ahway Island Thanks to the hosts' soothing voices and a pre-story meditation, your kid might fall asleep to this podcast before the story even gets underway. Best for : Tweens Welcome to Night Vale Structured like a community radio show for the fictional desert town of Night Vale, the mysterious is ordinary and vice versa in this delightfully eerie series. Best for : Kids and tweens Tumble Often compared to a kid-friendly Radiolab, this podcast not only addresses fascinating topics but also tries to foster a love of science itself by interviewing scientists about their process and discoveries.
Best for : Kids All Songs Considered This weekly podcast from NPR covers the latest and greatest in new music with a particular focus on emerging artists and indie musicians. Parents' Ultimate Guide to YouTube. How to Raise a Reader. About Frannie Ucciferri. Add comment Sign in or sign up to share your thoughts.eqalthersapo.tk
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Just wanted to let you know that the folks who create BCK have just released a new podcast designed to inspire the next generation of kids to consider public service. It's also a backstage pass to Congress - how laws are made, the inner workings of the U. Capitol, all seen through the eyes of Fina. Episode 1 just launched today, October 25th, Hope you'll give it a listen! Common Sense Media has been one of my most trusted resources when vetting apps and games for my kids.
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This article was the first time they let me down. We selected some of the recommended podcasts for a recent road trip. All were good recommendations with one caveat I feel this article should have informed us that the romance included in the story is between the two princes. I was listening to the podcast with my 8 year old and while I never shy away from a conversation about important topics, this caught me off guard and I would have appreciated knowing upfront.
I think other parent would too so sharing here. It's a clever series 5 or so episodes that is adorable and hilarious. My kids 4 and 9 both love it and have practically memorized the witty banter, and my husband and I love laughing along. Plus it features Alec Baldwin! Highly recommend!
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Bandtastic is a sci-fi musical adventure podcast about the most popular band in the universe. What truly empowers creatives? Do they need convincing? Filmmaker Evan Kidd and curated guests dialogue to navigate how the makers of this world define culture. I think its ok, as a long time listener to podcasts for over half my life when i was six.
Somewhere slightly off the mark, welcome to nightvale, I think is ok for kids up. This is great.
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Lots of good options here. Im still looking for a good pocast to encourage confidence in young girls though.
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Girls or so, not teens and not specifically tweens. But I'd love to find one that speaks directly to her, about media and boys and sports and passions and bullying and everything else she is going to be dealing with. If you ever make a list of those podcasts, I will be thrilled. I think I can help. It is aimed at 7 years up and is all about tricky friendships, feeling lonely, worries, anger, sadness and confidence.
It aims to make growing up easier by giving kids fun and practical life skills. You can find it here www.
Thank you for creating this wonderful list! I would like to humbly nominate 'The Storyteller Podcast Kid's Edition' to be included in your next list. The librarian will meet them at the bus drop-off. Vote on a book to read! Bring a snack to enjoy while listening to a chapter book read in weekly installments. Draw, color or play quiet games while listening to the librarian read aloud.
No electronics allowed. Vacation Crafts School vacation weeks December, February, April Drop in, from opening through half an hour before library closing. Tuesdays at , Thursdays at , Saturdays at Newborn to 17 months, with adult. Other family members welcome. Limit: 15 babies. You may sign up for only one weekday session, either Tuesday or Thursday, to allow as many families as possible to enjoy this program. If you would like to attend twice in one week, you may sign up for Baby Mania on Saturday at Thank you for considering the needs of others.
Toddlers have their very own library time with their grown-up! Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at Limit: 20 toddlers. Please sign up for only one weekday session, either Wednesday or Thursday, to allow as many families as possible to enjoy this program. If you would like to attend twice in one week, you may sign up for Toddler Time on Saturday at Join us for a cooperative movement program where we will use our imaginations while we play with a parachute!
Stories and songs will be incorporated, while we move about and use our motor skills. A great activity for young children and their adults to come together and share an exciting and engaging play experience! Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays at in the Story Silo.