Kids in Nature

Kids in Nature

On this edition of The Children’s Hour, learn how kids and families can be a part of building the southwest’s only urban wildlife refuge, the Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge. Also find out about a co-ed, multiage scouting organization that’s navigated its way to Albuquerque: the Navigators will be in the studio. We’re broadcasting live and locally, Saturdays from 9 to 10am on KUNM-fm or listen right here at ChildrensHourRadio.com Follow & like us 🙂

Chaco Canyon

Chaco Canyon

Take a trip to Chaco Canyon with The Children’s Hour with our special guests, Hilary Grabowska, Park Ranger (Interpretation) at Chaco, Wendy Bustard, Chaco Curator, Brenna Lissoway, Chaco Archivist, and 6 year old Rowan Lissoway who recently earned his Junior Ranger badge at Chaco. This UNESCO world heritage site was the center of pueblo civilization just 1000 years ago, and then was abandoned. Learn the story of Chaco Canyon and what it offers for families today. The National Park Service has prepared numerous educational materials around Chaco Canyon for all grade levels. Just click the link to access these tools for […]

Butterflies and Bees of New Mexico

Butterflies and Bees of New Mexico

We’ll have butterflies fluttering by the studio as we learn about the butterflies and bees of New Mexico. We’ll find out what’s the buzz about pollinators. Saturdays 9-10am Mountain Standard Time. Listen live here! Follow & like us 🙂

Classical Kids Part 4: Mozart

Classical Kids Part 4: Mozart

This Saturday it’s the last installment of our four part series Classical Kids where we explore Mozart with our friends from the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. Plus do you know the difference between a therapy dog, an assistance dog, a guide dog and a working dog? Find out from our friends at Assistance Dogs of the West. And, we’ll be celebrating a very special Presidential birthday. Join us! Streaming live right here Saturdays 9-10am MST Follow & like us 🙂

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