Geologic History of the Sandia Mountains

Geologic History of the Sandia Mountains

Fifth graders in Mrs. Charles’ class at La Mesa Elementary School in Albuquerque will teach us about the Sandia Mountains, including how they were created and what treasures they hold. Learn with us! Every Saturday from 9 to 10am live or later on KUNM-fm and at ChildrensHour.org.  

Live From The Balloon Museum

Live From The Balloon Museum

  Recorded live from the Albuquerque Balloon Museum, learn what the museum has to offer kids and families from museum educator Roxanne Tuong, and why Albuquerque is the international capital of hot air ballooning.     The world’s largest fractal balloon, Infinitude couldn’t be inflated because of the weather, but […]

Teal Pumpkins On Halloween

Teal Pumpkins On Halloween

  Halloween is supposed to be a little spooky, but for kids with food allergies, it can be justifiably terrifying. Learn how you can make trick or treating a fun for everyone with Charlotte Joseph from the Food Allergy Support New Mexico.  Find our about the Teal Pumpkin Project.   […]

The Play’s The Thing: Fire Bird

The Play’s The Thing: Fire Bird

On this episode of The Children’s Hour, students from Play Conservatory will perform the tiny play, Fire Bird live in our studio. See it for yourself, we’ll be video streaming the performance. Tune in live – HERE – Saturday, Mountain Standard Timezone, 9am to 10am.

Jazzy Kids

Jazzy Kids

On this edition of The Children’s Hour, we’ll hear a studio concert and singalong by the Young Lions of the Youth Jazz Collaborative, from the New Mexico Jazz Workshop. Plus, our friends at the National Hispanic Cultural Center have been clowning around with kids in Circo Latino. Sing along with […]

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