Kids and parents: set aside time to turn off the screens and listen to National Public Radio’s well-produced, delightfully conceived, science-themed podcast…
Mindy Thomas, co-host of NPR’s Wow In The World podcast talks with NPR’s Ari Shapiro about a recent episode that explored spacesuits and how they’ve changed with time.
This might sound like a load of hipster garbage, but trust me on this one: get your kid into podcasts. No, I’m not suggesting that your kindergartener start listening to Serial or anything like that. We’re well into the 21st century, and just like…
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Entices Families to Put Down their Screens and Look Up at the World Together
Since the NPR podcast for kids “Wow in the World
” debuted in May, he’s listened to every episode three times. “It’s a little funner” than television, James said. “My brain works better.”
Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas are two parents who want all kids to put down their screens and engage in the exciting world around them.
These podcasts for kids feature bedtime stories, mystery theater, kid-friendly tunes and all kinds of science questions answered
Claire Cain Miller says ,”He also just started listening to podcasts for kids, like Wow in the World and Stories Podcast, which is a great alternative to screen time.”
At some point this summer, you’re probably going to have to get your kids into the car for an extended period of time. Maybe it’s a trek to the grandparents, maybe it’s a full-blown road trip. But wha…
NPR’s ‘Wow in the World’ features a demolished piñata. Of course there are dinos, too.
Guy Raz and Mindy Thomas co-host the science program.
This half-hour dose of science and technology has endless energy and a whole lot of fact-based fun
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Take a break from screens and perk up your kids’ ears with these entertaining (and shhhh….educational!) podcasts for young listeners.
There’s a new podcast out from NPR, something the network has never done before – a children’s program. It’s called “Wow in the World” and it targets
Harkening back to the ideology of our favorite entertainment mogul, Walt Disney, Wow in the World intrigues and entertains its audience while educating them.
The show will be focused on science, technology, discovery and inventions.
NPR fans didnât know that they had waited 47 years for childrenâs programming until a few weeks ago.
The new podcast will encourage kids ages 5-12 to find the “wow” in the world and also serve as a great alternative to screen time.
Hosts of NPR’s Wow in the World podcast, Guy Raz a+nd Mindy Thomas, have great thoughts about kids and science, like why mammal poop is an excellent topic.
As most of us adults know, podcasts are basically the best thing ever. When you’re out for a walk, cooking dinner, or just need a moment to unwind sans screens, listening to a good podcast can be just the thing you need. And now, your kids can unwind
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Parents already know how addictive a good podcast can be (Serial, anyone?). Now our kids will too, thanks to NPR’s first ever podcast for children.
Like S-Town and Serial, Wow in the World wants to make listeners feel like they’re helping to solve the show’s mysteries.
Designed for kids 5-12, the NPR podcast is called Wow in the World and looks at the wonders of science, technology, discovery, and inventions. Starting May 15, NPR’s Guy Raz and SiriusXM’s Mindy Thomas will take kids and their grown-ups on a journey into the most incredible science and kid-friendly news stories of the week.
Back when I did stand-up, I had a joke about NPR. I can’t remember the set-up but the punchline revolved around it being for old people. A couple years later…