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Earthquakes & Volcanoes
This time on The Children's Hour, we're learning all about earthquakes and volcanoes with Dr. Mousumi Roy, a University of New Mexico professor of Physics and Astronomy with a specialty in Earth Sciences.
This week on The Children’s Hour we learn about porcupines from the leading researchers in New Mexico, kids in the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Project.
Best Kids Music of 2021
This is a musical edition of The Children's Hour featuring some of the best kids' music released in 2021, including tracks from each of the 2022 Grammy nominees for "Best Children's Album" which reflect the banner year in family friendly releases by people of color.
This episode of The Children's Hour is a perfect musical accompaniment for Christmas celebrations. We mix treasured carols and new favorites, and the show becomes a sing-along.
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.
This time on The Children's Hour, the Kids Crew are joined by "The King of The Dance Party" himself: Father Goose Music. Born in Jamaica, Father Goose shares his music, his motivations, and his message of unity. Hear his latest releases, as well as a playlist he chose as our guest dee-jay.
The Doctor Is In
This time on The Children's Hour, the Kids Crew will ask a doctor about her work, the purpose of checkups, and how to become a pediatrician. Dr. Melissa Mason joins us for a lively conversation. Mixed with great music!
Grateful For Grandparents
This week on The Children's Hour, it's the season of gratitude, and we're grateful for some of the most important people in our lives: our grandparents. The Kids have messages and stories to share for and about their own grandparents. We'll also hear kids from Jimmy Carter Middle School telling stories about grandparent love and magic in action.
This week on The Children’s Hour we’ll explore New Zealand through stories and songs, and in conversation with our friends, Kiwi musicians Lucy Hiku from Itty Bitty Beats, and Claudia Robin Gunn.
This time on The Children’s Hour, in honor of Veteran’s Day on November 11, we re-visit the Museum of the American Military Family in Tijeras, New Mexico.
Keeping Our Cool
This time on The Children's Hour, we learn strategies to keep our cool with Michelle Renee Pelletier, who teaches kids how to meditate using guided imagery. Then we'll meet Evan, a 10 year old who was taught mindfulness at school with Families 4 Peace's instructor, Scott Cameron.
It’s Halloween on The Children’s Hour, and we’re digging into pumpkins!
We learn the history of Jack-o-Lanterns, how many pumpkins we use at Halloween, why we trick-or-treat, and what it means when you see a teal pumpkin.
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