Putting on a podcast is a fantastic way to ignite your child's imagination, help them relax and help them engross in a range of topics. Podcasts are available on a range of platforms: Itunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, Podcast App etc. Here are some of the many child friendly podcasts available:
Story Pirates is a captivating audio show by real actors, comedians, and entertainers who tell stories that have been written by kids.
Created by 4 Emmy winning journalists, KidNuz is a daily 5-minute news podcast made with kids in mind. The podcast provides briefings on the day’s top stories that are appropriate for kids ages 8-14
Little Stories for Tiny People
This series is a great way to test out your kids' interest in podcasts, since most of the stories hover around the 10-minute mark.
But why: A podcast for curious kids
For the ever-curious kids who ponder our existence, this podcast answers questions that are based in reality. Topics like how butterflies fly and why the sea is salty.
“What if monsters were real... but made of chocolate?” The host, My Eric, takes incredibly random, hypothetical situations sent in by children, and improvises stories based on them.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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