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Culture & Music, Podcast, STEM

Falling Into Autumn

This time on The Children's Hour we are falling into autumn in the northern hemisphere. We learn about equinox, and hear from 5th graders on learning different perspectives about Labor Day, Mexican Independence Day, and Columbus Day.

Culture & Music, Literacy, Podcast

Tell Me A Story

This time on The Children’s Hour, it’s a full hour of stories and story-songs with authors Todd Parr and Michelle Adam, and many more. We hear stories from Bill Harley, Joanne Shenandoah, and song stories throughout the program. This episode takes us on adventures to new worlds and ideas. Join us while we tell you stories, this time on The Children’s Hour.

Health, Podcast, STEM

Understanding Vaccines

The Kids Crew learn the science, history, and current schedule of vaccination from Newberry Honor author Dr. Rajani Larocca, and from the Center for Disease Control's Dr. Georgina Peacock. Plus we meet Dr. Richard Corsi, a pioneer of the cheap D-I-Y air purifier.

Culture & Music, Podcast

Rock On Esther Crow

This time on The Children’s Hour we rock on with Esther Crow. She’s an award winning Kindie rockstar, whose music is full of inspirational lyrics and jamming guitar licks. We also hear from Kids Crew member Isaac about his Gila Wilderness Adventure. Esther Crow is our guest deejay.

Culture & Music, History, Learning Guide, Podcast

American Southwest History

This week on The Children’s Hour, it’s the three hundred eighty third anniversary of the Pueblo Revolt on August 10th and we cover the story. Taken from our educational series: A Brief History of the American Southwest for Kids, join us for a dive into 23,000 years of American history.

Podcast, STEM


This time on The Children's Hour we learn about the largest animal to ever live on Earth, which still roams the oceans today: whales.

Podcast, STEM

Black Footed Ferret

This week we explore a creature that used to live throughout the mountain west United States, the elusive black footed ferret. Once declared extinct, the highly endangered specialist predator may make a comeback in the North American prairie thanks in part to our guest, Paul Marinari, Senior Curator at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute at the National Zoo.

Podcast, STEM


This time on The Children's Hour, we learn about parasites. Parasitologists Dr. Matt Bolek and Dr. Sarah Bush join our Kids Crew for a lively discussion.

Podcast, STEM


The Kids Crew is joined by Charles Bergman who is a writer, photographer, and speaker and longtime professor at Pacific Lutheran University. He also wrote Every Penguin in the World: A Quest to See Them All.

Podcast, STEM


This time on The Children’s Hour, we learn about Manatees, the gentle giants of the sea. In a visit with Andrea Hermann from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, the Kids Crew and Katie discuss the current ecological status of manatees, plus we find out all about their lives in the seas around Florida and elsewhere in the world.

Culture & Music, Podcast, Seasonal

Good Vibes

This time on The Children’s Hour, we immerse ourselves in good vibes with a summer fun soundtrack. We've got brand new Kindie music and a classic Bill Harley story about the terror of the high dive and power of unrequited love. Be uplifted with us!

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