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This week on The Children's Hour, we are joined by Laura Paskus, a climate change and drought author, and environmental journalist with New Mexico PBS. She released a book, At the Precipice: New Mexico's Changing Climate, in September 2020 that discusses how climate change affects the state.
Patriotism & Leadership
This time on The Children’s Hour, we have a show on Patriotism & Leadership. What does it mean to be patriotic, according to some bilingual 8th graders at Albuquerque’s Washington Middle School?
Playing with Food
This week on The Children's Hour we are joined by FoodPlay Productions. It is an Emmy Award-winning, nutrition education company that creates fun-fun-filled tools, resources, and programs to make nutrition come alive for children across the country.
This time on The Children's Hour we are joined by the Epic Voice Guy himself, Jon Bailey. Maybe his name isn't familiar but his voice has been heard in thousands of commercials, TV shows, video games, animations, toys, movies, and more.
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.
ICKY: A Radio Musical
What started as a pandemic project for The Children's Hour Kids Crew in early fall 2020, turned into an epic musical documenting this extraordinary moment in history from a child's point of view. Not only is the music set to infectious beats, the sound effects and scoring captivate children and adults alike. We hope that ICKY can be used to engage kids of all ages in conversation about the social and emotional toll of the year of the pandemic lockdown.
For Our Moms
This time on The Children's Hour, we've created a show for our moms. Just in time for Mother's Day, our Kids Crew and Katie have messages for their moms. We also have some poetry that flips the table on the mother - child relationship. plus we've found some great music that celebrate our mothers and step mothers who make everything in our lives possible.
Kids & Autism
This time on The Children's Hour we learn about autism from a father and son who literally wrote the book about it for kids. Justin and David Flood wrote the book A Kid's Book About Autism to help kids understand what autism is, how it impacts people, and how kids without autism can befriend kids with autism. We also hear from renowned scientist with autism, Temple Grandin who has a list of things she wish she knew when she was younger.
Being The Change With SaulPaul
This time on The Children's Hour we visit with the inspiring and talented children's musician, author, motivational speaker and change-maker SaulPaul, a musician with a message. The Kids Crew learn about his triumph over adversity, and challenge him to compose a freestyle rap while on the air with us!
Frogs & Toads
This time on The Children's Hour, we learn about frogs and toads, with Senior Zoologist of the...
The US Senate
Learn all about the United States Senate on this edition of The Children's Hour. We'll visit...
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