The Kids Listen Activity Podcast is a collaborative effort from members of Kids Listen. While kids across the globe are unexpectedly home from school we’ll be packaging and releasing daily episodes. Each day will be a favorite episode of a new Kids Listen Show, including an activity suggestion to help parents and kids engage more deeply and get the most out of these days. Kids Podcasts can help with learning and fun (which should go hand in hand).
Noodle Loaf - Mangoes and Drums
Noodle Loaf brings fun music games for kids about fresh fruit and drums of the world. After (or during) the show, make your own homemade drum using your imagination and/or inspiration from one of the linked tutorials below. Then search "Noodle Loaf" in your favorite podcast app for more episodes containing rhythm games, singalong songs and music activities for kids of all ages.
Dorktales Storytime Podcast: Hidden Heroes of History - Louis Armstrong
In this episode, we hear from Jonathan Cormur, host and storyteller of the Dorktales Storytime Podcast. This episode features one of the podcasts, “Hidden Heroes of History” episodes on Louis Armstrong. It’s a tale of Mississippi river boats, parasol parades and breaking racial barriers…it’s about a man who built a music legacy and a legacy beyond music. After you listen, we’ll challenge you to use your imagination in an activity inspired by Mr. Armstrong’s life.
Now let’s listen to the story and learn more about this amazing hero of history!
Find the activities related to this podcast here:
This Week in the Multiverse: How to Tell a Scary Story
Enjoy this episode and then head over to KidsListen.org for a quick fun lesson on how to get spooky on your own.
Story On: Beware the Flowers of the Forest
This week, we hear from Story On, a podcast about creating and sharing stories. In this episode, Laura talks about the different elements commonly found in fairy tales. Then, she shares her fairy tale "Beware the Flowers of the Forest."
After you listen, choose between drawing the evil sorceress Belina or writing your own fairy tale!
The Fina Mendoza Mysteries: Losing is Democratic Part One
Fina Mendoza, the ten-year-old daughter of a congressman from California, solves mysteries on Capitol Hill. Fina has a new mystery on her hands. Her entire fourth grade is competing with fifth graders in a reading competition to see who can read the most pages. The prize: free pizza. Unfortunately, her class loses the contest. But pizza mysteriously appears anyway at the front door of all the fourth graders. How did that happen?
Noodle Loaf - Build, Host, Write & Create
Noodle Loaf brings fun music games for kids about weird picnics, forts and more. This episode contains rhythm activities, drawing games, singalong songs and might even improve your rap skills. Be sure to check out the link to find activities inspired by the show to get your imagination soaring.
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