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Let's Fly! Reading Bug Adventures is a story podcast for kids from The Reading Bug. Each episode is a new adventure with original songs -- just hop into the Reading Bug's magic book bag, and we'll be transported to whatever time or place is in the books inside! Join us for action and adventure, and bring your crayons and paper so you can color your own illustrations. Reading Bug Adventures is created, written, and produced by The Reading Bug, an independent, family-owned children's bookstore ...
 
What if a tiny dragon lived in my closet? What if there were a never-ending bowl of ice cream? What if cats ruled the world? Pirates, fairies, wizards, and robots band together with an endless cast of characters to help Mr. Eric tell wacky stories inspired by kids’ questions. Mr. Eric believes that curiosity and hope go hand in hand. If children keep asking questions, they’ll always be open to new ideas and new challenges. What If World’s progressive stories and satires aim to keep kids laug ...
 
But Why is a show led by kids. They ask the questions and we find the answers. It’s a big interesting world out there. On But Why, we tackle topics large and small, about nature, words, even the end of the world. Know a kid with a question? Record it with a smartphone. Be sure to include your kid's first name, age, and town and send the recording to questions@butwhykids.org!
 
A History Podcast for Kids! Parents love us, Teachers love us, and most importantly, kids do too! History can be amazing, inspiring and relevant to anyone. We love to share the stories of Spies, funny foods, George Washington's foibles, early advancements in cartooning and ballooning and much more! A professional music score and important songs accompany nearly every themed episode. Proud Kids Listen Member @pastandcurious
 
Like You is a mindfulness podcast for kids. We use breathing, affirmations, music, and imagination to explore feelings, relieve anxiety, encourage self-esteem, and grow empathy, all while having fun! Our podcast creates a safe, calming, and relaxing audio experience for children as they learn to find beauty and wonder in themselves and the world. Subscribe to get a new episode every Tuesday. We created the podcast with kids in mind, but we welcome listeners of any age group, including parent ...
 
Goop Tales is a favorite storytelling podcast among parents. Visit gooptales.com and discover over 70 original audio stories for kids filled with whimsy and wonder for young listeners ages 3 to 9, but fun for curious minds of any age! This podcast for kids is a great way to engage the other senses while escaping the screen zombies and experiencing entertainment and education in a new way. Let Maria's clear and slow voice beguile the youngsters with age appropriate stories for kids, songs and ...
 
Amazing adventures hosted by Simon, the one and only Fact Finding Frog! Totally full of true facts, excellent sound effects, cool music, and Simon's jokes! All of Simon's 35 Adventures are now available to purchase on https://simonsadventurestories.bandcamp.com You can buy the whole collection or just your favourite episodes. On Bandcamp you can listen to each adventure up to 3 times before you need to buy. That means you can test drive their excellent app while you do that.
 
Preschool friendly music lessons that develop perfect pitch and a good sense of rhythm! Host and creator Mr. Rob makes music lessons fun and easy. Why? So that every child can enjoy the benefits of (and art that is) music! The show uses 8 colored bells (amongst other characters and instruments) to give preschool children meaningful exposure to pitch! Preschool children are uniquely capable of developing perfect pitch due to the deep-brain auditory development that takes place between birth a ...
 
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Part 1 of 2. Join Lauren, the Reading Bug, and the Spelling Bee on an amazing horse-riding adventure! But where (and when?) will your adventure be? Horses of all shapes and sizes are featured throughout history, but there's only one "horse capital of the world" - and that's in Kentucky! Once there, though, get ready for a horse adventure that's tru…
 
Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite sat down with Robert Miller and Chris Mallet, the members of Duo SF, an amazing guitar duo. They share their musical journey from when they were kids all the way up to today as founders of The California Conservatory of Music. Robert and Chris also created a really cool app called Practice Space which they use with their stud…
 
Warm up your vocals with a round of singing slide. Sing a party plan with our echo song. Name some sounds. And then take some time for yourself, because you deserve it. Singing Slide is based on a vocal warm up game that music teachers like to play with their students. Kids mimic a slide whistle which gets them singing in their head voices and expl…
 
Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. You can also support the show by shopping in our online store or purchasing songs from the show on our Bandcamp page. Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at hello@likeyoupodcast.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning o…
 
When Charlie, Carson, and Farmer Cobb lend a hand to the hapless wizard, Abacus P. Grumbler, he promises them each a magical gift in return. But the old sorcerer can rarely get one spell right, let alone three! Lessons include: how to show kindness to those in need, and to accept changes (even challenging ones) This episode originally aired 8/21/20…
 
Do you know a child who is always copying their peers or parents? If someone came to mind, head to Goop Tales story podcasts for kids. To see all the photos that go with this story visit http://gooptales.com/episode90 By listening to these great family-friendly podcasts during one-on-one time with your child, you can help them work through similar …
 
This week, we answer a question from 4-year-old Hugo in Burlington, Vt. Hugo wants to know how noodles are made. We visit M.Y. China, a restaurant in San Francisco, CA to watch executive chef Tony Wu hand-pull 16,000 noodles and hear from the restaurant's owner, chef Martin Yan, host of the PBS show Yan Can Cook. And to give us some historical cont…
 
Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. You can also support the show by shopping in our online store or purchasing songs from the show on our Bandcamp page. Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at hello@likeyoupodcast.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning o…
 
Parts 1 & 2 combined into a full story. Lauren, the Reading Bug, and the Spelling Bee are headed for the land down under - and you can join them on this exciting adventure, too! Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/AustraliaDoor The Reading Bug
 
Can Fred the Dog find friends happiness in a town without any people? Maybe, if he can find some sticks… Lessons include: happiness doesn’t look the same for every person, and that’s a good thing; it’s easy to forget to take care of yourself, but it can make you feel really good! This episode is sponsored by Bobby Wonder, a podcast from an Emmy Awa…
 
John Philip Sousa's The Stars and Stripes Forever is the official march of the United States of America. Sousa composed his most famous march in his head when he was on a ship coming back from a trip to Europe with his band. When the ship docked, he put the march down on paper and named it after the American flag he was so glad to see when he got h…
 
The Behind the Story Series was designed to accompany the regular story episodes and provide more information about the places the goops travel to. While writing for Episodes 88 and 89, I not only found out so many interesting things about clocktowers, hunting, Switzerland, and Scotland, but I’ve also put together a few strategies that will help yo…
 
Music Notes ‘N Stuff (Encore) In this encore, Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite explore some of the most common notes found in music. Check to see who wins the music note game and even sing along with a fun song all about the steady beat! Woohoo! Be sure to leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks so much for listening! Check out our YouTube chan…
 
Part 2 of 2. Lauren, the Reading Bug, and the Spelling Bee are back in Australia, searching for a strange and elusive animal - and you can join them on this exciting adventure, too! Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/AustraliaDoor The Reading Bug
 
Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. You can also support the show by shopping in our online store or purchasing songs from the show on our Bandcamp page. Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at hello@likeyoupodcast.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning o…
 
Petey the Party Planner Pirate puts on a potluck party, and there are a few surprises in store… also, a lot of candy casseroles. Then the world gets taken over, obviously. Lessons include: It’s okay to ask for help sometimes; setting a good example can feel pretty great even if it doesn’t always inspire others to do the same. This episode is sponso…
 
Do you know a youngster who gets so caught up in their own imagination that they tune the rest of the world out? You can yell and scream, and they won’t hear a thing. If you thought of a little one without much trouble, bring them over to Goop World, where the adventurous Goops will teach them how to confront difficult moments as they travel around…
 
Are seeds alive? What are they made of? Here in Vermont it's planting time, and we've been getting a lot of questions about seeds from kids around the world. In this episode we'll explore the importance of preserving seed diversity with Hannes Dempewolf of the Global Crop Diversity Trust. Crop Trust manages a repository of seeds from around the wor…
 
What are all of those things a drummer hits when playing the drum set? That’s what today’s Spotlight is all about. Learn about the snare, toms, bass drum, and more! Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite had a very informative chat with Danny at the music store. You’ll hear lots of drum set parts and even a little history of the drum set. Be sure to check out the …
 
Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. You can also support the show by shopping in our online store or purchasing songs from the show on our Bandcamp page. Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at hello@likeyoupodcast.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning o…
 
By popular request, we’re finally bringing you an interview with Dracomax! And it gets better, because this interview was conducted BY KIDS! Specifically, the amazing hosts of Cool Facts About Animals. Lessons include: we all have a little dragon inside us, and it’s important to let it out in safe and constructive ways! Check out the podcast Cool F…
 
Ukulele Month continues on The Music Podcast for Kids! This week, Mr. Fite interviews his friend, Fred McNaughton. His stage name is Phredd and wow what a fun guy he is! We learn how Phredd began playing the ukulele and why this instrument has brought so much joy to his audiences and fans. Phredd is The Ukulele Strumming, Harmonica Wailing, Suitcas…
 
Django Reinhardt was a Romani musician who, despite losing the use of two of his fingers was one of the most important musicians of his time. His contemporary and fellow Parisian was a man named Eugene Bullard. This American-born man would lead an unbelievable life as a boxer, musician, early black fighter pilot, and more.…
 
Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. You can also support the show by shopping in our online store or purchasing songs from the show on our Bandcamp page. Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at hello@likeyoupodcast.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning o…
 
Parts 1 & 2 combined into a full story. Grab your pan and join Lauren and the Reading Bug as they travel back in time to visit the California Gold Rush and maybe strike it rich! And, while you're there, explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/goldrushDoor The Reading Bug
 
The hardest part of making a donut might be picking out its toppings. Why not let the donut pick for itself? Existential crisis, that’s why ;) Lessons include: You may change your appearance, but people are going to have a hard time liking you until you like yourself; finding your path is difficult for everyone, but it’s okay to accept help along t…
 
Is there a child in your life that is always checking the clock? Even waiting a few seconds for something sends them into a tizzy. If you thought of a little one without much trouble, bring them over to Goop World, where the silly Goops will teach them how to maneuver through challenges as they travel around the world and meet new friends in this f…
 
Our friends at Wondery are sponsoring us this week. So we're bringing you an exciting sample of their great new show, Imagined Life Family! Imagined Life Family immerses you in the surprising moments and challenges that shaped someone’s life before they became successful-- but there’s a catch. You won’t find out who you are until the end of the epi…
 
Our guest this week is a lexicographer. That's someone who studies words and, in this case, edits dictionaries. Emily Brewster is a senior editor at Merriam-Webster and host of the podcast Word Matters. Emily answers a question from 8-year-old Emma in Kentucky, who wants to know how words are added to the dictionary. But before we can answer that, …
 
Aloha! Ukulele Month continues on The Music Podcast for Kids! This week, Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite sit down to chat with virtuoso ukulele player Jake Shimabukuro. In this interview, you’ll hear how Jake got started playing the ukulele and some of his adventures as he travels the world. He also has some wise words for beginner ukulele players. Be sure …
 
If you like smoothies then you'll love this new episode of Noodle Loaf. It's got mangoes (rhythm games), bananas (singing) and freshly squeezed orange juice (mad-lib style story games). Press play and take a gulp! Our Clap It Back game gives you and your family a chance to learn rhythmic phrases. Syllables, cadence, rhythm, tempo, beat...so many sk…
 
Part 2 of 2. We're back in the California foothills, searching for gold! Grab your pan and join Lauren and the Reading Bug on an exciting search - but watch out, there's danger around every corner. Want to learn more? Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/goldrush…
 
Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. You can also support the show by shopping in our online store or purchasing songs from the show on our Bandcamp page. Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at hello@likeyoupodcast.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning o…
 
It’s the final level of Whomanji, the Crayungle! Can the Jammaloo family defeat Piggylily, or will they end up turning into stuffed animals?! That’ll make sense when you listen… probably. Lessons include: We’re meant to learn about our capabilities gradually, so we can use them responsibly Join our Patreon for Ad-Free stories, a Shout-Out on the sh…
 
The Behind the Story Series was designed to accompany the regular story episodes and provide more information about the places the goops travel to. While writing for Episodes 86 & 87 - Moania and the Pyramid of the Moon and Knowitall and the Indonesian False Gharial, I found out so many interesting things about Indonesia, Mayan Culture, and Active …
 
Ukulele Month continues on The Music Podcast for Kids! This week’s episode is all about virtuoso ukulele player Jake Shimabukuro. We hope you enjoy learning about Jake and his ukulele journey. Tune in next week for our interview with Jake Shimabukuro! Be sure to leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Thanks so much for listening! Check out …
 
Like You is listener supported. Learn how you can support the show by becoming a patron on Patreon. You can also support the show by shopping in our online store or purchasing songs from the show on our Bandcamp page. Please send us a voice memo, drawing, or letter at hello@likeyoupodcast.com. We play a voice memo from a listener at the beginning o…
 
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