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Listen to this collection of audio bedtime stories and whimsical fables perfect for any child. These classic fairy tales are sure to entertain anyone, especially kids. Young listeners will love hearing these soothing audio short stories that are sure to keep them entertained or put them right to bed.
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The world of podcasts if vast, but what shows are actually good for teens or tweens? From sci-fi radio broadcasts to candid conversations about mental health, Vurbl has got you covered with 10 of the best podcasts for teens. Worried you might be too young or old for these shows? Have no fear— whether you’re just entering your teenagerdom or you’re on the precipice of adulthood, you’re sure to find a new favorite podcast in this playlist.
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Get honest tips on running a business from entrepreneurs who are moms. Learn from the best and feel empowered to balance raising kids while starting a company. Here’s advice from women in your position who are finding self-started financial success. Learn how to balance your new business with your life as a mother and build the confidence to sell your product at any time of life.
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Life can move at an unreasonable pace sometimes, especially when you are implementing something new into your daily routine. It seems like women can never catch a break. You've just given birth to your child and now you need to learn how to produce milk for your baby... Breastfeeding is an extremely hard task but these podcasts can help pave the road to finding out what works best for you and your child.
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Listen to some of the best, most relatable episodes from podcasts made by moms, for moms. From being a single mom, navigating the foster care system, facing racial issues, martial changes after children, and more, there’s an episode for every mom to relate to! From advice, vulnerable stories, and humorous connections only a mother could understand, these women create an overall sense of motherhood solidarity.
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Silence isn't all that's golden. These podcasts will bring music, imagination, news, and so much more one episode at a time. Podcasts geared towards children don't all have to have stories about Humpty dumpty or teach your kids how to make a drum set out of pots and pans, but they DO have to keep their audience entertained and engaged. It's about time kids can tune in to something other than a TV screen, and experience the golden value of podcasts.
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Listen to sage advice and real experience from mothers who know a thing or two about raising a family and pursuing their careers. Being a mom is different for everyone, but you’re not alone. Explore these tips and tricks for all the moms out there! No matter how many kids you have, whether you're raising toddlers or teenagers, or just are trying to balance parenting with working, these clips are sure to help you in your duty being a mom.
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Excerpt from "Budo: Teachings of the Founder of Aikido" by Morihei Ueshiba. Reading on using handwork in techniques and seeing the metaphor of training in budo as the work we all put in to becoming powerfully peaceful. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast.
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🚨 Why is everyone talking about cicadas? 🐜 Laine Farber from the Nature Nerds podcast is here with an insect update on the billions of cicadas that are about to swarm the skies across the United States. 🎞 Then, we look at the top five things cicadas have missed in the last 17 years! 🌐 We get the sco
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We’re going on a musical journey with Miss Kiana this week, traveling through time to meet some of America’s Black composers! Bring your dancing shoes and your listening ears. *** Featured music: Florence Price: Symphony in E minor, performed by the Fort Smith Symphony Margaret Bonds: Bright Star
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The second part of our feature on Black American composers features more time-traveling fun with Miss Kiana! Bring your dancing shoes and your listening ears. *** Featured music: Duke Ellington: Things Ain’t What They Used to Be Duke Ellington: Come Sunday, performed by Mahalia Jackson Sam Cooke
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We ALL have an inner script. Those with ADHD have a continual conversation going on inside our heads that can go south fast if we allow it to!! This episode we are going to talk about taking your thoughts captive, seeking evidence, and talking back to those thoughts so that the negative script in yo
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A Gen Z's perspective on what fashion and life was like for Gen X in the 80s. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/library-class/message
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New season, new students.  Here is their research. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/library-class/message
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Parenting gifted and twice exceptional children can bring an entire host of fears and guilt, when our children are struggling or not typically developing. In this episode of The Raising Lifelong Learners Podcast, I am thrilled to welcome Denaye Barahona, Ph.D. We discuss our shared experience as mom
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Author Sean K. Jensen pinpoints 4 enduring lessons from Trey Lance’s remarkable story, highlighting clips from his interview with Trey and his mother Angie from a Winning Is Not Everything episode that aired in February 2020. Trey Lance, the third overall selection of the San Francisco 49ers, was ra
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In Episode 13, we talk all about Dr. Montessori's idea of the Prepared Adult! This episode is an interview and conversation with the amazing author and Montessorian, Junnifa Uzodike. This weeks episode is for Montessori beginners and experts alike! Junnifa and I have an amazing conversation on.
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In Episode 11, we have a wonderful guest named Jodie Bato who graciously talks all about what we learn in the Birth - 3 AMI Montessori Training! This weeks episode is for Montessori parents, educators, and caregivers alike! We touch on...The AMI Montessori TrainingThe Parent-Teacher RelationshipLivi
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In Episode 7, we talk about the realities of Montessori from birth to three months!  Episode 7 is an interview and conversation with an amazing Montessori Mother & Teacher, Stacey Dee. This weeks episode is for Montessori beginners and experts alike! We touch on...How Montessori can help guide b
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In Episode 3, we talk all about optimizing language development in infants and toddlers!  Episode 3 is an interview with an expert in the field of language acquisition, Carlos Solorzano. This weeks episode is for Montessori beginners and experts alike! We touch on...What is language development?How
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Covid-19 decimated the travel industry in 2020, but Blaine Smith, Co-Founder of Reveler Tours in Cape Town, South Africa, reveals an unsuspected silver lining that's at the heart of why his company is so successful.
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The pandemic has forced us to be more creative with our time. We’ve found ways to make the most of “stay-at-home” orders and working and learning remotely. We’re even teaching differently, adopting methods such as the flipped classroom where students do their assigned reading and work at
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Classrooms are greenhouses, students are plants, and teachers are gardeners. This analogy introduces a five-part video series by Becky Bollinger on diverse learners and learning disabilities. In this introductory video, Becky outlines the purpose of the series, establishes some foundational terms an
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Suzi is not just any librarian.....she is a Subject Librarian. That means she specialises in one topic, working in a university library focussed on art. She and Gwen have a lovely chat about books, libraries and what Suzi gets up to on a normal day in the library.Every week in the Gwen Gets To Work
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Those students who do plan to take standardized tests this year have a choice: ACT or SAT.
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In this episode Daisy Umenyiora shares tips for caregivers to differentiate between productive and unproductive stress.  Using great analogies and practical examples, Daisy's insights will help you prioritize your comfort during times of stress which will enable you to show up more fully for th
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UK student, Wayne, was recently admitted to Duke and UCL among others and has committed to Duke. We talk about his Common App essay of a memory involving ice cream, starting a drone club and a biochemistry ethics debating competition and why he chose Duke.Are you aiming for top colleges like Duke an
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Hello and welcome back to the campfire! Welcome to Bite Size Wednesdays. We will still continue to release 5 Minutes or Less whenever we have participants, but we had the idea to record mini episodes in between those on Wednesdays. And when we say mini, we mean mini lol. These episodes will probably
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Join Carrie this week for a little coffee break that comes with a much-needed pep talk and long-overdue reality check.  In this week's episode, Carrie explains why it is so important we get back to normal and gives four crucial ways to do it.  Carrie shares her heart about the importance of giv
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In this episode Mila continues the story of the Big Friendly Giant, if you want to know what happens next then listen to the next episode!  Author Roald Dahl You can find the book on Amazon by clicking here. Host: Mila Cárdenas  Producer: Mila Cárdenas Annoying Supervisor: Dad --- This
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The Bill of Rights are popular for being the first ten ratified. But there are other important amendments too. Today Brittany and Connor discuss the Fourteenth Amendment and how it holds the states accountable to the Constitution.
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