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Category: Podcast

Under-Appreciated Animals

Does an animal have to be adorable to be appreciated? This week on The Children’s Hour, we’re covering under-appreciated animals.  How do common animals like

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Every Kid Outside

This time on The Children’s Hour, we hear from kids who participated in summertime outdoor learning programs with Environmental Education of New Mexico about the

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Being A Leader

This time on The Children’s Hour, we learn from two people who have dedicated their lives to being leaders in their communities. First, the kids

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At The Rodeo

This time on The Children’s Hour, we learn what happens at the rodeo. Our guest, Gabby Coughlin has been rodeoing since she was a small

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Kids Online

Kids are online so much of their lives these days, so we wanted to learn more about internet safety and security. With us on this episode of The Children’s Hour is award winning novelist and technologist Cory Doctorow. The Kids Crew learn about privacy and how to keep theirs when going online. Learn more tips for kids to stay safe online!

Then we meet the producers and creators of The Rez, a podcast series out of the United Kingdom with a goal to make kindness a habit for children. Meet “Professor of Kindness” Dr. Robin Bannerjee from Sussex University, along with the show’s executive producer Martin Spinelli.

Caid from our Kids Crew has a book review of Cory Doctorow’s graphic novel In Real Life, and the whole show is mixed with excellent music.

Join us for an hour of educational entertainment. You might just learn something new!

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Governing A State

The kids crew talk with New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham about what her job entails, how to lead during a pandemic, and how governors can help solve the climate crisis.

Lily Haussamen, a 10 year old from Las Cruces, New Mexico has a message for all the adults listening to The Children’s Hour about the planet she is inheriting.

Then we hear from the Yale Climate Connections about how some South African homes are getting electricity thanks to solar panels and batteries.

Mixed with excellent music, join us for an hour of educational entertainment for the whole family.

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