This episode is real, pretty much live, and all about making friends as a grown-up! Where to Find it: On iTunes, or at 8. Since its launch in January 2013, the School of Greatness podcast has grown rapidly to be one of the top-ranked Business and Self-Development podcasts in iTunes. Get ready for fresh tunes from , and pretty much no one you ever heard of. If orange is the new black, podcasting is the new oral report. The writer and father of 2 has tackled everything from print journalism to photography, to the much more lucrative world of free podcasts.
The tale begins with 8-year-old Finn, his friends and their pet robots aboard the Famous Marlowe 280 Interplanetary Exploratory Space Station searching for uncharted planets and helping aliens from far-off galaxies. Story Time is just under 20 minutes, where one original bedtime story is narrated by the soothing British tenor of host Rob Griffiths. I have used the videos on SciGirls Scientist profiles below , but I would love to have 3-5 minute podcasts to choose from too! However, because we structure it, are we prohibiting the potential for creativity to arise? The four of them talk friendships, meeting on the Internet, meeting again in person, and how Awesome Adulting and blogging brought them together. During all their fighting, Dr. The first season covers the true story of Adnan Syed, convicted for the murder of his ex-girlfriend in Baltimore. This parent-created podcast is meant for kids ages 4-10. This podcast is hard to generalize, especially after over 600 episodes.
The gaming industry, dominated by males, has sorely needed a more visible female perspective, and this quartet of industry veterans delivers exactly what we needed. Filled with good humor and levity, this podcast will help you explore the roots of words and phrases that we use every day. Poem of the Day Best for: Poetry Month, of course. Running times can meander beyond 20 minutes, so this podcast uniquely manages to promote both listening skills and sleep. Learn about people and events that are often overlooked in a typical history class.
You can find lessons on iTunes. Show Notes 7:00 One of the original strength coaches Across the board, youth sports participation rates are dropping and coach retention is extremely low, yet Appleton recreation is seeing an average of 60% increase in participation across its four biggest sports and coach retention is 90%. Success never happens in the moment. Plus, the host, Kevin Cassidy is absolutely hilarious. The Unexplainable Disappearance Of Mars Patel You grew up on The Goonies, The Explorers, and to lesser extent Stand By Me. Follow the on-going battle between Dr. Each week, the hosts take a look at different video games and issues affecting the industry — with an extremely mature tone made for an audience of seasoned gamers.
At this rate, they might take 2018 off just to recover. Show Notes 5:15 The single What group has the most influential position and platform to impact the lives of our children? Recent episodes include interview subjects like Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, Spartan Race founder Joe De Sena, and Hardcore History host Dan Carlin. Book Club for Kids This podcast is what it sounds like. You can also search the. Thank you so much for addressing this topic! These projects can be handed in, performed in front of the class, or put into podcast format.
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The Story Pirates not actual pirates are a bunch of actors, comedians, and improvisers who act out original stories created by kids. I have been able to integrate a few episodes into my classes. Activity to try: Have your students select a topic in the news today and write their own podcast sharing their take on the news. What are we saying and doing that can be the voice driving athletes to make dangerous decisions regarding nutrition and their bodies? One of the better known video game podcasts, is packed with great content, and runs longer than the rest of the podcasts on this list which is either a good thing or a bad thing, depending on the listener ; each week, a three-hour episode is released. Just watch out for early-onset megalomania.
The hosts investigate dilemmas relevant to kids, like whether you have to love your sibling or whether Pokemon Go is actually playing you. Best Podcasts for Kids in Elementary School 1. What are the best podcasts for kids to listen to in the classroom? Sample Episode: Note: The audio player on this site takes some time to kick in after you press play. This podcast is funny, witty, and edgy, and touches on a variety of topics that every gamer can relate to. Book Club for Kids does release episodes regularly, but your kids can choose which episodes appeal to them most. Peace Out Podcast This is for all the young yogis in the making. Do you have any suggestions for 3-5 minutes? The host and her kid co-host talk with food scientists and snake handlers, put on plays, write songs, and so much more.
Where to Find it: On iTunes. For adult gamers with careers and families, the gaming world can seem a bit immature at times. In each episode, science is brought to life figuratively, because nobody has that technology yet through creative stories. Activity to try: Have a discussion about Eleanor and her values, especially the importance of access to information, being inclusive to different points of view, and telling the truth. The podcast updates about twice a week, but each story is made for the series. Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about all things space: stars, planets, humans in space, and so much more.