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Audio stories and podcasts for kids don't all have to be about humpty dumpty or how to make a drum set out of pots and pans, but they do have to keep their young audience entertained and engaged. Perfect for playtime or commuting to and from school, this playlist features imaginative audio creators like Beantown Pals, Story Time, But Why, and Brains On! It's about time kids can tune in to something other than a TV screen, and experience the gold… Continue Reading >> Audio stories and podcasts for kids don't all have to be about humpty dumpty or how to make a drum set out of pots and pans, but they do have to keep their young audience entertained and engaged. Perfect for playtime or commuting to and from school, this playlist features imaginative audio creators like Beantown Pals, Story Time, But Why, and Brains On! It's about time kids can tune in to something other than a TV screen, and experience the golden value of audio storytelling and podcasts. << Show Less
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11. Homework vs. Dogs #BeantownPals #Bucky #Betty WBEAN BREAKING NEWS: Homework vs. Dogs. Let's Listen in and see what happens.
REACHing Out: What Causes the Seasons? REACHing Out are bi-weekly mini-episodes where we answer YOUR Questions. This week's question comes from Ella who asks "What causes the seasons?" Hosts: Brian Holden and Meredith StepienWritten by: Sandy Marshall with Nate DuFort, Meredith Stepien and Brian Holden.Co-Created, Produced by: Nate DuFort and Sandy MarshallEdited by: Nate DuFortMusic composed by: Jesse CaseLogo by: Steven Lyons Special thanks to Dr. Josh Fisher, Science Lead, ECOSTRESS Mission at NASA’s Jet Propulsion LaboratoryNASA Space Place: All about the Seasons https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/seasons/en/Ecostress https://ecostress.jpl.nasa.gov/ Do you have a question for a future edition of “Reaching Out?” Just get your parents permission and give us a call at 312-248-3402 (or an email at [email protected]) and leave us a message with your first name, where you're from and your question for a chance to be featured in an upcoming episode. You can find REACH on Twitter and Instagram or at www.ReachThePodcast.com REACH: A Space Podcast for Kids is a production of Soundsington Media committed to making quality programing for young audiences and the young at heart. To find out more go to www.soundsingtonmedia.com
What if dragons breathed sprinkles? (w/ Jonathan Cormur) ​​All-star adventurer and wizard, Igneous Draconius (played by Jonathan Cormur) is a guest lecturer at the Observatorium this week, and Abacus starts to feel jealous…
Lessons include: It’s impossible to have everyone like you, but it’s always possible to find people who like you for just who you are; competition can help us challenge ourselves, and it’s important to remember that failing is part of growing.
Our guest, Jonathan Cormur, hosts Dorktales Storytime Podcast. Enjoy his great show for kids! You can also find him on social, @jonincharacter and @dorktalesstorytime on Instagram, and @dorktalesstory on Twitter.
Also, here’s a slew of resources related to autism. Plus a book list for grownups is listed on our website. A huge thanks to Jodi Murphy and Kat R for compiling and sharing all of this!

Books for kids on autism
Geek Club Books, an autism nonprofit to tell the stories of autism through the autistic lens

Videos (for both kids and adults)

Amazing Things Happen – good video for Neurotypical children to understand autism
Same Kind of Different Book – explaining to a child with Autism
Float – a Pixar short film about the filmmaker's experience as a father of a son with autism
Ask an Autistic – What is Autism – for adults
Autism Superpowers – kids sharing their superpower/sparkles
Fast Facts About Autism For Kids – kids sharing what autism is like for them
Autism Explained for Kids – Sesame Puppet explaining
Understanding Autism – explaining ASD for kids in school who have a classmate with ASD

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The Amazing Animal Facts Episode (Part 1) In today's episode of 7 in 7 we go over some Amazing Animal Facts! So hit play and listen to "The Amazing Animal Facts Episode (Part 1)".
Animal Questions in Todays Episode:

The smallest monkey is about as tall as?
Paper can be made out of which animal’s poop?
What can’t cats taste?
Which animal can’t move their eyeballs?
Which are the only birds that can fly backward?
How many insects can a giant anteater eat in a day?
What does an eastern spotted skunk do before it sprays?
What are the largest animals that ever lived?

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The Amazing Animal Facts Episode (Part 2) In today's episode of 7 in 7 we have part 2 of Amazing Animal Facts! So hit play and listen to "The Amazing Animal Facts Episode (Part 2)".
Amazing Animal Facts Questions in Todays Episode:

True or false: A giant squid’s food passes through its brain on the way to its stomach.
An ostrich can run as fast as?
When they get scared, ladybugs spray a smelly liquid out of which body part?
Which type of cat can whistle?
What can jellyfish do even when they’re dead?
Where are a lobster’s teeth?
What hard surface can snakes not slither on?

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Little Miss Chatterbox – Audio Story Five Hundred and Fifty Three Little Miss Chatterbox talks a lot just like her brother (Mr. Chatterbox). She is trying to find a job, but every time she has one, she talks until it's time for the place to be closed and gets fired the next day. At the end, she ends up being a person who tells time. She tells the time every second.



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Ep 16 How to bring Mindfulness into your Every Day! In today’s show we speak with psychotherapist and family counsellor Gillian Fagan about how she brings mindful moments into her life in lots of little ways throughout the day. Many people get confused about what Mindfulness actually means; it can sound complicated and a tricky concept to understand, but it’s actually quite simple.So in this episode we learn just how simple it really is and what it can mean day-to-day in your normal, everyday life!Gillian explains that it’s not time travelling; looking into the future and worrying about what may happen, or back into the past and going over what did happen, it’s all about living in the present, in the right here and right now. It’s taking a moment to really be aware of what is happening both inside of you as well as what’s going on around you. She explains how she was introduced to Mindfulness by a teacher in secondary school and how it was and still is to this day really important in her life in helping her deal with her ‘racing head’ and to keep her feeling happy and well. She talks about some really simple ways to bring easy mindful moments into the ordinary things that you do every day and teaches Buster and Buddy how simply using your 5 senses, your sense of taste, smell, sight, hearing and touch can be a really great way to start!www.TheKidsAreAllRight.ie Michelle and her team have a collective 50years experience working with kids as teachers, entertainers and parents! Thanks to Zapsplat, Audio Jingle and Alexander Korotkoff for the sound effects and music. Check out our social media to see more about the team, our guests, the topics we talk about, our competitions AND how to send us in your stories, jokes, comments or ideas for the podcast!Social media:Instagram:@thekidsareallrightpodcastFacebook:thekidsareallrightpodcastAnd if you enjoy our podcast lease give us a review on Podchaser using the link below. These reviews mean so much, Thanks!https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/the-kids-are-all-right-1797447 GUEST OF THE DAYGillian FaganGillian Fagan is a counsellor, psychotherapist and trainer who works with teens, adults, couples and families. She founded 2 mental health companies, AcoraTherapy and Under The Rainbow, and is an emotional health consultant for workplaces.Gillian started meditating when she was 12 years old and many years later is still at it! Not only that she is a specialist on the science behind relaxation and teaches people how to reduce stress, manage anxiety and be happier. Being passionate about normalising mental fitness, Gillian loves helping people empower themselves so that they can be their true selves, equipped with the resources to cope better when things get tough. Gillian is a keynote speaker and trainer on topics such as resilience, uncertainty, stress, coping strategies and the importance of inclusion. She believes that our minds are like our muscles, we need to keep working out so we can have good mental fitness!Websites: http://acora.ie/ https://www.undertherainbow.ie/
Episode 28: Episode 028 – Rat Rule 79 It’s the day before Fred’s 13 birthday when she sees her mom walk into a giant lantern and disappear! Fred decides to go after her mom and is transported on a spectacular journey to find a mysterious leader called the Rat Queen. Rat Rule 79 by Rivka Galchen reviewed by Mirabel, age 9 For questions or to suggest a book for us to review email us at [email protected] . Our website is https://bookpowerforkids.com/, or visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bookpowerforkids/ and Twitter @bookpower4kids We are proud members of Kids Listen. For more quality children's podcasts visit http://www.kidslisten.org/members All of our music was created using Music Maker Jam for non-commercial purposes, http://www.justaddmusic.net/en/ . Credit to http://www.freesfx.co.uk/ for the country ambience sound effect. Thanks for listening!
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