Why is the sky blue? We get an answer from a science writer for NASA’s Space Place. And what are Saturn’s rings? Carolyn Porco of the Cassini Imaging Team explains.
An updated take on the Emperor’s New Clothes! Support the show and have your child’s name read at the beginning of an episode at Patreon.com/stories!
The feelings & emotions of your child are deeply connected to you. Depression in parents can cause anxiety in children but happy parents cause happiness in children. Would you like to gain practical, helpful truth rather than guilt? This episode features an inspiring conversation with Darcy Britten, a counselor, mother of 5 biological children, & 2 adopted children. Darcy has overcome two bouts of depression. Are you ready to overcome your roadblocks? Listen & begin today! Send your questions to: email@example.com
The Sick Day is a rhyming story about a child who wakes up feeling very sick but wants to believe she is well. She has big plans for the day that do not involve her being sick. As her Dad takes care of her, she begins to see the upsides of being a patient and the importance of getting her rest. This story also features Sophie the Sloth (aren’t sloths awesome?!) who turns out to have an interesting backstory. Enjoy!
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What are invisibility cloaks made of, and when can we buy them in gift shops? That’s right, invisibility cloaks are not just for wizards anymore. We get into the very real science of invisibility with Dr. Andrea Alu. Dr. Alu is one of the leading scientists working on “cloaking.” We learn how scientists are playing with the laws of physics and optics to turn fantasy into scientific reality. Have a question for Tumble? Send us a recording with your name, age, question, what you think the answer is, and how scientists might find out. Email it to email@example.com! If you love Tumble, support us by writing a review on iTunes or donating on our website. For more about Kids Listen, a new awesome organization for kids podcasts, visit kidslisten.org.
The classic tale of Little Red, a wolf, a grandmother and a woodcutter. The moral? Don’t talk to strangers!
Have you ever wondered about what’s beyond the edge of the universe? Or maybe a better question: is there even an edge of the universe? And what does it mean that the universe is expanding? Nine-year-old Thea talks with astrophysicist Katie Mack to find answers to her many questions about the universe.
This is a special episode just for parents. It’s about how to address violence and tragedy in the news with your children. This podcast comes the day after and in response to the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida.
In this episode of But Why we’re learning how to make paint from an artist who wild-crafts his own pigments, and we’re visiting the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum to learn about the value of art.
There is a happy farm with happy farmers and happy animals and one sad dog. The dog doesn’t feel useful…but he may be surprised. (Spoiler alert: he’s useful after all.)