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The Kids Are All Right! is a weekly podcast specially for kids that is all about Health, Happiness and Wellness!

Michelle and her comical puppet sidekicks, Buster & Buddy are on a mission to help kids Feel Great and Live Well!
Each week they feature a different topic speaking with experts who have the best advice and tons of experience to share! Covering everything from Coronavirus, to how to get to sleep easier, from dealing with their worries to the importance of eating healthy and physical exercise, from building self-confidence to bullying…basically Anything and Everything that affects their sense of happiness and wellness.
Buster and Buddy question the guests from the kids’ perspective; asking the kinds of questions that kids want to know, with helpful takeaway ‘Tools’ they can use in their everyday lives.
And there’s plenty of other fun stuff too like Joke Time, Fun Time News…and Super Kids! where we celebrate super kids doing super things with a fantastic secret surprise planned for them…As well as ALL the chats we have with people who’ve done amazing things in their lives, or have cool jobs or inspiring stories to tell…
And this is a podcast specially for kids, so whatever is on their minds the team want to hear as the kids record and send in their opinions, questions, stories to be included and featured in every episode!
With a combined 50years working with kids the team are passionate it’s a powerfully positive podcast which not only inform but encourages physical and mental health and well-being in kids by creating a unique Audio-Community where kids feel heard, empowered and supported to take real actions to mind themselves and their friends. www.TheKidsAreAllRight.ie
“We encourage parents to listen to The Kids Are All Right! with their kids in the car as a handy conversation starter and so they can pick up valuable advice to support their kids build a happy and healthy life and develop a resilient mindset to negotiate their way through the unavoidable bumps in the road.” Michelle Connolly Reaper, Host The Kids Are All Right! Podcast.

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The Kids Are All Right! is a weekly podcast specially for kids that is all about Health, Happiness and Wellness!

Michelle and her comical puppet sidekicks, Buster & Buddy are on a mission to help kids Feel Great and Live Well!
Each week they feature a different topic speaking with experts who have the best advice and tons of experience to share! Covering everything from Coronavirus, to how to get to sleep easier, from dealing with their worries to the importance of eating healthy and physical exercise, from building self-confidence to bullying…basically Anything and Everything that affects their sense of happiness and wellness.
Buster and Buddy question the guests from the kids’ perspective; asking the kinds of questions that kids want to know, with helpful takeaway ‘Tools’ they can use in their everyday lives.
And there’s plenty of other fun stuff too like Joke Time, Fun Time News…and Super Kids! where we celebrate super kids doing super things with a fantastic secret surprise planned for them…As well as ALL the chats we have with people who’ve done amazing things in their lives, or have cool jobs or inspiring stories to tell…
And this is a podcast specially for kids, so whatever is on their minds the team want to hear as the kids record and send in their opinions, questions, stories to be included and featured in every episode!
With a combined 50years working with kids the team are passionate it’s a powerfully positive podcast which not only inform but encourages physical and mental health and well-being in kids by creating a unique Audio-Community where kids feel heard, empowered and supported to take real actions to mind themselves and their friends. www.TheKidsAreAllRight.ie
“We encourage parents to listen to The Kids Are All Right! with their kids in the car as a handy conversation starter and so they can pick up valuable advice to support their kids build a happy and healthy life and develop a resilient mindset to negotiate their way through the unavoidable bumps in the road.” Michelle Connolly Reaper, Host The Kids Are All Right! Podcast.

    Super Kids! Robert Mockler

    Super Kids! Robert Mockler

    In today’s show we start our brand new segment called ‘Super Kids!’ where we celebrate super kids doing super things with a fantastic secret surprise planned for them!
    Our very first Super Kid is 12year old Robert Mockler from Dublin, Ireland who has suffered with DLD, or Developmental Language Disorder since he was little.
    A developmental language disorder is when a child hasn't developed words and sentences in the way that we would expect. Some have difficulties learning new words and remembering words when they are talking. Others might have difficulty making sentences or understanding long sentences that other people say to them, and some might have difficulty telling and understanding stories. And many will take words literally, finding it difficult to read between the lines, that is, understand the hidden meaning behind words
    A hidden disorder, experts say that approximately one in 14 kids suffer from some form of DLD.
    Take a listen to see how we surprised Robert, who is a huge Avengers and Marvel Movie fan with an incredibly special Superhero surprise in his house!


    And remember to Stay Healthy, Stay Happy and Stay Well!
    http://www.thekidsareallright.ie/ (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: thekidsareallrightpodcast
    Facebook: @thekidsareallrightpodcast
    SHOW NOTES
    Hello and welcome to The Kids Are All Right, a weekly podcast specially for kids, that's all about health, happiness and wellness.
    I'm Michelle and here with me are my co-pilots on this podcast, Buster and Buddy.
    Hey, guys!
    And we're on a mission to help you all feel great and live happy!
    Here we go again, Yeah!
    All right. So, guys, this is the week that we kick off a very special segment on this podcast.
    Oh, I'm so excited. It's finally time. It's going to be brilliant!


    I know, Buster, it is exciting because this is where we dedicate a whole show to celebrate super kids doing super things…take a little listen to this…..(Super Kids Jingle)


    Cool. That sounds really dramatic!


    Well, actually, it is Buddy, because what we will do is find out more about the kids that are nominated, what they are doing that is so brilliant and basically why they are a super kid. And then we plan a really cool surprise for them that we know they will love.


    Oh, it's just so brilliant. And they have no idea. It's genius. Oh, I can't wait!


    Neither can I!. So who is our first super kids of the series, Michelle?


    Well, it's 12 year old Robert Mockler from City Western Dublin, who has lived with DLD, or Developmental Language Disorder all his young life.


    Michelle, what is developmental language disorder?


    Well, it's a disorder which causes problems with speaking and understanding language. So kids with it will find it difficult to talk and explain themselves, maybe tell a story to a friend in the right order, or maybe even find it tricky to tell a parent what has happened in school.


    But that must be really annoying when people don't understand you. Yes, it is.


    And as well as difficulties expressing themselves, they also find it difficult to understand what people are saying. So it's not just the words they're saying, but also the meaning behind the words. So they spend their days trying to work out not just what people are saying, but what they really mean.


    Oh, wow. That must be so exhausting. Do many kids have this?


    Well, it's called a hidden disorder, as it can be difficult to know which kids have it, especially as teachers and parents haven't

    • 23 min
    What Can I Do About Climate Change?

    What Can I Do About Climate Change?

    In today’s show we speak with Environmental Scientist Dr Cara Augustenborg about the things that we can do in our own lives to help stop climate change.
    She explains how climate change is caused when carbon dioxide from the fuels we burn gets trapped in our atmosphere and act like a blanket, making the earth heat up. And this heating up is what creates climate change, where we get extremes of weather.
    Buster and Buddy find out that there are lots of things however that we can do to stop climate change, like using less energy, using our bikes instead of the car for short trips and using Bio-Diversity as a big part of the solution!
    Listen to the show to hear what Dr Cara teaches us, as well as lots of other fun stuff, like …and kids telling us their favourite jokes in Tickle Your Funny Bone!
    And remember to Stay Healthy, Stay Happy and Stay Well!
    http://www.thekidsareallright.ie/ (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: thekidsareallrightpodcast
    Facebook: @thekidsareallrightpodcast

    GUEST OF THE DAY
    Dr. Cara Augustenborg
    Dr. Cara Augustenborg is an Environmental Policy Fellow at University College Dublin and Presenter of the Down to Earth show on Newstalk.
    She is also an honorary member of the President of Ireland’s Council of State and received the ‘Woman of Influence’ award at the 2020 Irish Women’s Awards. Recently, Silicon Republic named her as one of the top https://www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/sustainability-environment-influencers (10 changemakers creating a more sustainable world).
    https://www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/sustainability-environment-influencers (https://www.siliconrepublic.com/innovation/sustainability-environment-influencers)
    http://www.caraaugustenborg.com/ (http://www.caraaugustenborg.com/)
    SHOW NOTES
    Hello and welcome to The Kids Are All Right. A weekly podcast specially for kids, that's all about health, happiness and wellness.
    I'm Michelle and here with me are my co-pilots on this podcast, Buster and Buddy!
    Hey, guys. Buster here.
    Oh, yeah, fan favourite Buddy coming at you!
    And we're on a mission to help you all feel great and live happy. Here we go again. All right!
    So, guys, I think we all know how important nature is in our lives and how important it is in helping us feel well and happy and, you know, this probably became even more clear during Lockdown's during coronavirus when we realized how our trip to the park or our walks on the beach or hikes in the mountains or in the countryside were so very important. It's incredible how much we really need the great outdoors and not just for exercise, but to feel well and happy.
    Yeah, defo, I think I only realized for the first time just how much nature was right outside my door. I couldn't believe it. How did I not notice it before? My daily cycles, all the picnics in the park were brilliant, walking up hills near me.
    Yeah. And I also discovered so many cool things just here in my area that I never knew were there. Like there was this lovely walk along the river just down from my house. I couldn't believe it. I never noticed it before.
    Yeah. I found loads of new walks and trails near me too that I never know about before. And I do think this realization of the power and the importance of nature has helped focus people's minds on the climate change crisis that is happening right now. And if we don't take action quickly, our environment and so much of this nature that we love will be destroyed.
    Yeah, I've heard of clima

    • 22 min
    Why Exercise & Wellness are Best Mates!

    Why Exercise & Wellness are Best Mates!

    In today’s show we speak with Sharon Flanagan, founder of Fitness for Kids about why it is so important to do some form of regular exercise to keep not only our bodies, but our minds healthy too.
    Sharon explains how important it is to get small amounts of regular exercise and how even if you don’t really like sports, there are loads of other ways to get enough exercise to keep you fit and well…including something called Movement Snacking! Sounds yummy!
    Buster and Buddy were amazed when Sharon told them that exercise is so powerful that not only can it make a person feel less pain, but doctors around the world are now prescribing exercise instead of medicine to help patients suffering from certain diseases!
    She gives Buster and Buddy loads of great ideas for ways to make sure they get enough exercise and how to make this as much FUN as possible!
    Listen to the show to hear what Sharon teaches us, as well as lots of other fun stuff, like …and kids telling us their favourite jokes in Tickle Your Funny Bone!
    And remember to Stay Healthy, Stay Happy and Stay Well!
    http://www.thekidsareallright.ie/ (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: thekidsareallrightpodcast
    Facebook: @thekidsareallrightpodcast

    GUEST OF THE DAY
    Sharon Flanagan
    Sharon Flanagan (Walsh) the founder of Fitness for Kids. Her two greatest passions have always been working with children and exercise. She has many more now, including her 3 little girls, husband and dog Cooper. From competing in Irish dancing for 13 years to loving long walks anywhere especially Howth cliffs and taking part in Crossfit, she always remains active. Running after a toddler adds to that!
    Sharon has spent over twenty years working with children to include owning and running her own creche and also being a nanny, this led her to combining all her passions to make a real difference in children’s everyday lives. In today’s world many children spend too much time being sedentary having too much ‘screen time’. Fitness for Kids aim to get kids moving more and enjoying exercise all in a positive fun environment. We base each class on physical development first while incorporating intellectual, language, emotional and social development.
    Fitness for Kids make fitness a part of life and sets children up on their fitness journey. We work on teamwork, co-operation, friendship and self-confidence. We encourage fun, games and activities to keep the children motivated and having as much fun as possible.
    Fitness for Kids caters for EVERY child. It is not just for the sporty, confident kid. Our main focus is bringing out the best in each child. We encourage only positive outlooks on fitness and fun is key to every class.
    Our motto is from Baby steps to giant leaps. We start with each child at the very beginning and bring them to whatever giant leaps means to them. Every child is an individual as is their program.
    http://www.fitnessforkids.ie/ (www.fitnessforkids.ie)
    MINI MINDFULNESS MOMENT
    Louise Shanagher
    Louise Shanagher is a children’s therapist, mindfulness teacher and trainer.
    Louise has a BA and MSc in Psychology and further qualifications in Play Therapy and Mindfulness.
    She is the creator of the “Creative Mindfulness Kids” method and has trained hundreds of people to be children’s mindfulness teachers.
    She is the author of six books: The "Mindfully Me" series, Ireland’s first series of mindfulness books for children and the “Kindfully Me” series and the co-au

    • 21 min
    Learning to Deal with Change

    Learning to Deal with Change

    In today's show we speak with Stella O’Malley, psychotherapist and best-selling author of three parenting books about ways kids can learn how to deal with change in their lives.
    Kids have experienced massive changes in every aspect of their lives during Coronavirus and while this amount and extreme amount of change is not normal, Stella discusses how change at a more regular pace is a completely normal part of everyone’s life.
    Buster and Buddy learn from Stella that instead of worrying about change, by accepting that change is normal and realising that many changes, while uncomfortable or difficult to go through, most lead to great and exciting life experiences!
    She gives Buster and Buddy loads of advices and tools they can use to help them the next time change comes knocking on their door!
    Listen to the show to hear what Stella teaches us, as well as lots of other fun stuff, like …and kids telling us their favourite jokes in Tickle Your Funny Bone!
    And remember to Stay Healthy, Stay Happy and Stay Well!

    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.
    Social media:
    Instagram: thekidsareallrightpodcast
    Facebook: @thekidsareallrightpodcast

    GUEST OF THE DAY
    Stella O’Malley
    Stella O'Malley is a psychotherapist, best-selling author, public speaker and a parent with many years’ experience working in counselling and psychotherapy.
    Born in Dublin, Stella now calls Birr, Co. Offaly home where she lives with her husband and two children and runs her private practice.
    Stella holds a B.A. in Counselling and Psychotherapy, an M.A. in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and diplomas in Youth Studies, Psychometric Testing and Gender Identity counselling.
    Much of Stella's counselling and teaching work is with parents and young people which culminated in the publication of her two bestselling books ‘Cotton Wool Kids’ in 2015 and ‘Bully-Proof Kids’ in 2017. Stella’s latest book Fragile, was released in 2019 and focuses on overcoming anxiety and stress.
    Forging a career in the Irish media, Stella is a regular contributor to the Irish Independent and the Sunday Independent and also writes extensively about mental health issues for newspapers such as the Irish Times, Sunday Times, Irish Examiner, Evening Herald, Daily Mail, Irish Tatler, Pregnancy and Parenting magazine and many other media outlets.
    Stella frequently appears on national and local media such as RTE Radio 1, RTE television, TV3, Newstalk, Today FM and BBC Northern Ireland to discuss a broad range of topics such as mental well-being, mindfulness, conflict resolution in the workplace, communication skills, parenting and childhood issues in Ireland today.
    Fast becoming one of the leading voices on what’s influencing people’s behaviour in Ireland today, Stella gives public talks and lectures on a range of topics for different organisations, nationwide such as ETB, VTOS, the Dept. of Education, Merrill Lynch, the Dept. of Finance and Grow. She lectures in CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) and Mindfulness for Laois Offaly ETB as well as presenting different talks in libraries and schools around the country on a variety of issues.
    www.stellaomalley.com
    SHOW NOTES
    Hello and welcome to The Kids Are All Right. A weekly podcast specially for kids, that's all about health, happiness and wellness.
    I'm Michelle and here with me are my co-pilots on this podcast, Buster and Buddy!
    Hey, guys. Buster here.
    Oh, yeah, fan favourite Buddy coming at you!
    And we're on a mission to help you all feel great and live happy. Here we go again. All right.
    So I don't know about you guys, but when coronavirus happened and everything had to stop during lockdown, all the normal things I was used to doing day to day changed co

    • 21 min
    How to have Fun with Veg!

    How to have Fun with Veg!

    On today's show we spoke with Deirdre Doyle, Health Coach and owner of the Cool Food School about how to think about vegetables in a different and fun way!
    Buster and Buddy find out why parents always go on and on about their kids eating their vegetables and how vegetables are the jigsaw to keeping our bodies AND minds healthy and well.
    AND we HEAR about lots of fun and exciting ways to look at vegetables in a totally new way!!
    Listen to the show to find hear what Deirdre tells us AND to hear kids talking about their favourite veggies…as well as telling us their Jokes of the Day!
    And remember to Stay Healthy, Stay Happy and Stay Well!

    Michelle and her team have a collective 50years experience working with kids as teachers, entertainers and parents!
    Check out our website 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!
    Website: www.TheKidsAreAllRight.ie
    Social media:
    Instagram: thekidsareallrightpodcast
    Facebook:thekidsareallrightpodcast
    Thanks to Zapsplat, Audio Jingle and Alexander Korotkoff for the audio effects and music.
    GUEST OF THE DAY
    Deirdre Doyle
    Mum of 3, Deirdre Doyle is a BTEC-qualified Health Coach with
    a mission to teach children of all ages about the joys of healthy eating. And
    it is with this vision in mind that she set up The Cool Food School in 2018.
    “At the Cool Food School we promote healthy eating in a fun and interactive environment for kids of all ages. We travel to schools, preschools and parties to teach children the value of eating healthy through a range of fun workshops and camps designed to encourage them to develop healthy habits. We’re all about encouraging children to enjoy wholesome food for a happier and healthier life.”
    http://www.thecoolfoodschool.ie (www.thecoolfoodschool.ie)
    MINI MINDFULNESS MOMENTS
    Louise Shanagher
    Louise Shanagher is a children’s therapist, mindfulness teacher and trainer.
    Louise has a BA and MSc in Psychology and further qualifications in Play Therapy and Mindfulness.
    She is the creator of the “Creative Mindfulness Kids” method and has trained hundreds of people to be children’s mindfulness teachers.
    She is the author of six books: The "Mindfully Me" series, Ireland’s first series of mindfulness books for children and the “Kindfully Me” series and the co-author of Ireland's first mindfulness curriculum the "Mindful Heart" curriculum.
    Louise is passionate about promoting positive mental health for children and young people. She believes that all children should get the opportunity to learn how to practice mindfulness and self-compassion and believes that these practices will help children lead happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives.
    Website: https://www.louiseshanagher.com/ (https://www.louiseshanagher.com/)

    WATCH LOUISE DOING THIS WEEKS’ MINI MINDFULNESS MOMENT

    Wiggle Your ToesMichelle Hello and welcome to The Kids Are All Right, a weekly podcast specially for kids, that's all about health, happiness and wellness. I'm Michelle and here with me are my co-pilots on this podcast, Boaster and Buddy.
    BusterHey, guys, Buster here.
    BuddyOh, yeah and fan favourite Buddy coming at you!


    Michelle And we're on a mission to help you all feel great and live happy!


    BusterHere we go again!


    Michelle All right. So, guys, I have the most gorgeous meal last night, it was roasted cauliflower risotto, delicious!!


    BusterRoasted What with the what what!!? Urgh, That's disgusting!


    Michelle No, really, it was so tasty.!


    BuddyMichelle, what is it about parents always going on and on about kids eating their vegetables? I just don't get it yet?!


    BusterI don't get to either! It's like it's all they can think about, all they can talk about is....Eat more vegetables. It's like "Here's another spoonful of your lovely veggies." I

    • 22 min
    Mindful Ways to Get to Sleep

    Mindful Ways to Get to Sleep

    In today's show we speak with Louise Shanagher, Child Therapist and Mindfulness Teacher about ways we can calm our busy minds and get ready for a great nights’ sleep!
    Louise explained that it is very normal for lots of kids and adults
    to have busy minds at the end of the day which even though we are tired, can sometimes make it difficult to get to sleep!
    She taught Buster and Buddy some super tools they can use at
    night to relax their bodies and calm their minds to settle down for sleep. Now they have a plan and some tools to use, Buster and Buddy feel so much more relaxed and confident now for night times.
    Listen to the show to hear what Louise taught us, as well as lots of other fun stuff, like the Big BB Quiz…and kids telling us their favourite jokes in Tickle Your Funny Bone!
    And remember to Stay Health, Stay Happy and Stay Well!
    Website: www.TheKidsAreAllRight.ie
    Email us on info@TheKidsAreAllRight.ie
    Social media:
    Instagram: @thekidsareallrightpodcast
    Facebook: @thekidsareallrightpodcast
    Find out more details about the team, our guests, the topics we talk about AND how to send us in your stories, jokes, comments or ideas for the podcast!
    Michelle and her team have a collective 50years experience working with kids as teachers, entertainers and parents! Find out more about the team on our website.
    With thanks to Zapsplat and Audio Jungle for the music and sound effects.


    Show Notes:
    Michelle Hello and welcome to The Kids Are All Right!, a weekly
    podcast specially for kids, that's all about health, happiness and wellness.
    I'm Michelle and here with me are my co-pilots on this podcast, Buster and
    Buddy.


    BusterHey. Hey, guys, it's Buster here!


    BuddyHey! Buddy checking in too!


    Michelle

    And we are on a mission to help you all feel great and live
    happy.


    Buddy

    Each week we speak with experts who have changed advice to share
    on how to feel in our heads, healthy in our bodies and happy in our lives.


    Buster

    Oh, and we'll also be chatting with people who've got really
    interesting stories to tell or have cool jobs or like a really cool attitude to
    life. Yeah!


    Michelle

    And kids, this is your podcast, so we want to hear from you.


    Buddy

    Your opinions, your questions, your stories.


    Buster

    Oh, yeah...and your favourite jokes, because laughter really
    is the best medicine!


    Michelle

    Whatever is on your mind, we want to hear. All you have to
    do is record yourself on the voice recorder on an adult's phone and then email us into us. And you might just hear yourself on this podcast.


    Buster

    Yeah! Woooah, let's get started!


    [00:01:12.745] - Michelle

    So, guys, how did you sleep last night?


    [00:01:15.145] - Buster

    Oh, I had the best sleep, but I had the craziest dream ever.
    I was driving a car on a racetrack. I think I must have been a racing car driver or something. But it was really weird because I was wearing my swimming costume and my arm bands. My crazy dreams, they never make any sense!
    [00:01:34.655] - Buddy

    Yeah, sometimes I have crazy dreams too. But if I'm honest, it takes me ages to settle down and actually get to sleep. I mean, it's funny because I am tired, but then I lie down but then it's like as if my brain is having like a big party in my head!


    [00:01:50.515] - Michelle

    Yeah, that happens sometimes to me too. It's like the more
    tired I feel the busier my brain gets.


    [00:01:56.215] - Buddy

    Exactly! And it's really annoying because I love my bed and
    I love my sleep. But it really bothers me when I feel my brain getting busier and busier instead of quietening down. And then I start to worry that I'll never get to sleep. And then everything just gets even crazier in my head!


    [00:02:15.145] - Buster

    Oh, that's horrible Buddy!


    [00:02:17.485] - Michelle

    Yeah, I know. But you know what? I started researching into
    why this happens and it's actually quite normal and it...

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Teachersgift ,

Excellent resource

These podcasts are an excellent resource for parents and teachers. They explain the coronavirus and the vaccines in a child friendly and fun way. Would highly recommend to all educators and parents.

Skodagold ,

Amazing!

A fantastic podcast for any child who has questions, and needs answers to any worries they may have. Put together in a really child centred way. I love it! And my son loves Buster!!

mammyshouse ,

Fantastic for kids

This podcast is great in explaining things to kids and helping them in mindfulness and health

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