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Have you ever seen a geode? Those rocks that have beautiful crystals inside? Today we’re going digging for geodes and talking about how you never know the beauty inside rocks…and people!
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Why do dogs look and act so different from each other? Listener Finley has two Chihuahuas named Peanut and Maggie, and she wants to know why they have different head shapes. She thinks it might have something to do with their DNA. It turns out scientists are studying what makes dogs the way they are, with the help of gigantic books of doggie DNA. Geneticist Jessica Hekman takes us on a journey through the history of dog breeding and into the cutting-edge science that’s helping us understand what makes our pups so special. Come explore genetics through dog breeds! Learn more about dog breeds and behavior in our interview with Jessica Hekman, available to our Patreon supporters! To get access with a pledge of just $1/month and up, go to patreon.com/tumblepodcast. Get more information about dog genetics and Darwin’s Ark on the blog post on our website, sciencepodcastforkids.com.
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This season, we are exploring the life cycles of different animals, plants, and minerals on earth. We’re starting simple, with a pebble!
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In this episode, the sisters are joined by two special guests - Tricia Hodges and Nana (Lucia Hames) from You Are An Artist Chalk Pastels. The sisters are asking all your questions, from why it's valuable to include art in your homeschool to what to do if your child gets frustrated. You'll love hearing from this sweet duo! Plus, Cait and Kara share the details on the upcoming Kindred Conference - sign up by Feb. 19!
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How much should you expect of the young adults living in your home?  What if they are going to college or have a job?  How do you set rules and boundaries that make sense for your adult child and the rest of your family?  Learn from our mistakes!
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In Season 3 we asked listeners to tell us where they felt safe, happy, and calm. We loved hearing from you and received so many recordings, we weren’t able to fit them all into last season. So we decided to make this special bonus with some more recordings that were sent in!
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When we ask ourselves, “Is my child learning enough?,” Charlotte Mason would gently remind us that we’re asking the wrong question. // FOLLOW Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplycharlottemason/ Facebook News: https://www.facebook.com/SimplyCM SCM Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1445273695729787/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/simplycm/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplyCM SCM Forum: https://simplycharlottemason.com/scmforum/ Subscribe Listen to the audio version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/is-my-child-learning-enough/#audio Read the blog post version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/is-my-child-learning-enough/ Upcoming Events https://simplycharlottemason.com/events-speaking/ Contact Simply Charlotte Mason 930 New Hope Road #11-892 Lawrenceville, GA 30045 https://simplycharlottemason.com/contact/
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Wow! This is the last episode of our third season! This entire season we spent time traveling through space! From the moon to Neptune, black holes and constellations, and even seeing the northern lights up close, this season was a blast…off! If you haven’t listened to the first 18 episodes, go back and check them out!
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Today we’re focusing on our five senses: taste, touch, smell, hear, see. Five breathing and movement activities and we end off by doing a helpful grounding technique that helps bring back control when we feel that things are out of control, especially for anyone who experiences anxiety.
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We have two more episodes before we have a break for the summer. Don’t forget to subscribe so that you don’t miss an episode! Today we’re going to be checking in with our minds and bodies, starting with a body scan. There won’t be much movement so get comfy and get ready to relaaax!
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This time we're heading to space to take a look at groups of stars called constellations.
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After Goofus and Gallant hear that Juanita lost Tim’s prized banana tree, they offer to renovate and organize the Hangout in “Highlights Hangout Home Makeover Show.” This episode also features the Hidden Sound Game; a visit with Allison Stocks, teen founder of Home Is Where The Art Is; and kids’ answers to the Big Question: What do you do to make the world a better place?
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Today we learn about the importance of folding laundry! 😉 We also talk about why it’s important to get a good night’s sleep!
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The sisters are back with Season 8! Listen in as they catch up - they promise this isn't an eye doctor podcast now - and dive into co-ops and copywork. Are either necessary? When do you need them and when can you do without? Cait and Kara are sharing thoughts and their own experience!
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We’re going back to the moon! In Season 1, “A Trip to the Moon” brought us to the moon’s surface with our imagination. Join us as we go back in this short mindfulness + movement story. Twitter @peaceoutpodcast Instagram @peaceoutstories Facebook @bedtimefm
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Sonya shares her top picks for grades 1–3 for Modern Times history. World history picks start at 12:22 // Mentioned A Boy Named FDR https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/89515 The Unbreakable Code https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/85036 I Have a Dream: The Story of Martin Luther King https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/87018 Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11 https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/89517 Abraham Lincoln https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/695 Sarah, Plain and Tall https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/115 Franklin and Winston https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/83877 Lily's Victory Garden https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/89516 Only a Dog https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/90877 The Journey That Saved Curious George https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/1374 The Little Ships https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/85037 Always Remember Me https://apps.simplycharlottemason.com/resources/detail/89412 Stories of America, Volume 2 https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/stories-america-volume-2/ Stories of the Nations, Volume 2 https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/stories-nations-volume-2/ Modern Times & Epistles, Revelation lesson plans https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/modern-times-epistles-revelation/ The Little White House & Warm Springs https://gastateparks.org/LittleWhiteHouse/ Episode on Modern Times books for Family https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xa7rTeR8w10 // FOLLOW Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplycharlottemason/ Facebook News: https://www.facebook.com/SimplyCM SCM Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1445273695729787/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/simplycm/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplyCM SCM Forum: https://simplycharlottemason.com/scmforum/ Subscribe Listen to the audio version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/favorite-modern-times-history-books-for-grades-1-3/#audio Read the blog post version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/favorite-modern-times-history-books-for-grades-1-3/ Upcoming Events https://simplycharlottemason.com/events-speaking/ Contact Simply Charlotte Mason 930 New Hope Road #11-892 Lawrenceville, GA 30045 https://simplycharlottemason.com/contact/
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Get ready for some part singing!  Your family is about to become an acapella group.  But then you'll go solo so you can individually profess your admiration for the great Harriet Tubman.  With nothing left to prove on vocal terrain, you will decide to express yourself using only your body.  An entire music career in a 10 minute podcast.  Good luck. Vocal Jam (Part Singing / Harmonic Awareness) ✪ Harriet Tubman (Echo Song / Pitch Matching) ✪ Time To Move (Creative Movement) WAYS TO SHOW NOODLE LOVE: ✪ Join our Patreon to access bonus content and stickers for a limited time!  www.patreon.com/noodleloaf (A handwritten letter and stickers sent to your house for a limited time only!) ✪ Donate: paypal.me/dansaks ✪ SUBSCRIBE and/or LEAVE A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts ✪ Get some Noodle Loaf gear at noodleloaf.threadless.com.  There's a new backpack design that is STUNNING. ✪ Want to add your voice to the Noodle Loaf choir? The echo song and instructions are here: http://noodleloafshow.com/how-to-join-our-theme-song-choir Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or write to us at noodleloafshow@gmail.com
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Join us, Evan and Vanessa, in our new Spanish podcast, as we learn how to say different greetings and goodbyes!  We'll have a fun interactive lesson, sing an exciting song called "Hola!", and meet our new friends Mrs. Elephant and Mr. Mouse!
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Test prep can be an expensive undertaking, yet we recommend that every student do some prep before they take the ACT or SAT. We’ll be discussing free test prep resources—what’s out there and which options are best. For juniors, we have advice on the top five things you should be doing now to get started on the college search and application process, and the top five things you and your families should know as you prepare to pay for college.
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And just like that, we’re back. Thank you for your patience as we take a little break to rest and get ready for this new season of Peace Out! This season we’re heading out to space, and with that, we are introducing a new feature: SafeSPACE. If your child would like to share where/who/what their safe, happy, or calm space is, please send in a recording of them, picture, or message to peaceout@bedtime.fm or on our Facebook page @bedtimefm or Twitter @peaceoutpodcast. We’d love to hear what makes them feel this way and why and we’ll share it on a future episode or on our social media! Full transcript of each episode is available on our website, www.peaceoutpodcast.com. Peace out and peace within, Chanel P.S. I have a personal gofundme page that I’d appreciate you checking out. Go to https://www.gofundme.com/peace-out-yoga-teacher-training. Thanks for reading!
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"This is what we really hoped and imagined in our mind's eye" - NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory Rob Manning. NASA’s Mars Insight lander reached Mars last week but work on this started a long time ago when humans imagined themselves reaching another planet. This relaxation story has three breathing exercises and we talk about how it’s important to try new things and to get up and try again when things don’t work out.
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A mini monkey decides to jump on you, so you'll have to stretch, breathe, and move so that the monkey jumps back off! A calm down story for children ages 4-6 years.
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Why do we have snot? Do animals get stuffy noses, too? We delve into the world of thick secretions with the help of Dani Rabiaotti, zoologist and author of “Believe it or Snot: The Definitive Field Guide to Earth’s Slimy Creatures.” You’ll find out why we make so much mucus, and meet the slimiest animals on the planet. Plus, you’ll discover why scientists study slime, even though it’s super gross. Want buckets more of slime info? We’ve got a BONUS EPISODE with Dani Rabiaotti! You can listen to our scientist interview (and many more!) when you pledge just $1/month or more to support Tumble on Patreon, at patreon.com/tumblepodcast. Learn more about slimey topics covered in the show on our blog, at sciencepodcastforkids.com.
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We’ll be back with Season 3 in September 2018! Don’t forget to subscribe to Peace Out on iTunes or where you listen to podcasts so you don’t miss us when we come back!
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Tumble is on winter break! In the meantime, enjoy this episode from our friends at But Why?: A Podcast for Curious Kids. We know that our listeners are some of the most curious kids on the planet, so you’re sure to love it. If you enjoy this episode, check out over 100 more episodes by subscribing to But Why? wherever you get your podcasts. Tumble will be back with all new episodes on February 7. We can’t wait to share what we’ve been working on!
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Kaala and Chuff have finally reached the top of the mountain! They’re about to find the treasure! But there are some surprises along the way…and more surprises to come as we wind down Season 2 of Peace Out! The second half of today’s episode does not have much movement so be prepared to get really comfortable while you listen during that part of our relaxation story! Enjoy!
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This is our last episode before our winter break! We’ll be back in early January. The Northern Lights are a magical light show in the sky brought to us by Mother Nature! But what are they exactly, and why do they appear? Today we are going to explore the science and the stories behind the Aurora Borealis while we breathe and stretch.
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How do we make friends and have good relationships with our friends and family? Today we are going to talk about the three things that help us do this: Reflect, Respect, and Connect.
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Today we are going to use just one thing…our imaginations!
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Today we'll learn how to say the first three colors of the rainbow, red, orange, and yellow!  We'll have a fun lesson, sing together with our sing-a-long song, and then listen to another funny conversation with our friends Mrs. Elephant and Mr. Mouse!
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Our journey across the rainbow continues as we learn how to say the colors Green, Blue, and Purple in Spanish.  Then we'll sing a song together, and last but not least we'll join Mrs. Elephant and Mr. Mouse as they go on a nature hike!  
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What’s the difference between a meteoroid, meteor, and meteorite? Find out in our latest relaxation story where we match each to a yoga pose and breathing exercise. Feed your brain while you relax!
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Today’s episode is dedicated to Peace Out listeners Kayden (6) and Ethan (3)! Kayden and Ethan love superheroes and today we are going to be talking about something that superheroes do…I wonder if you can figure out what it is…?
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Jealousy is a hard emotion to deal with or even admit to being. It brings out negative feelings that make us feel bad about ourselves. Kaala is feeling jealous of Chuff in today’s story and has to deal with those feelings. Find out what she does and how you can get over the feeling of jealousy too. Check out the links below for more resources on jealousy including sibling jealousy. A relaxation story for children ages 5–13 years old.
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Breath is life! If you want to practice mindfulness, focus on your breathing because it’s always happening right now. Today’s story does not have much movement, instead we are going to do a few breathing exercises (including Darth Vader breathing!) during our guided imagery!
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Tumble has won a big award for two episodes: “The Cave of the Underground Astronauts” and “The Science of Whiskers.” You’ll hear them both in this twin pack of awesome stories of science discovery.  Tumble is the 2019 Gold Award winner of the AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Award, in the category of Children’s Science News. It’s an international prize that “recognizes distinguished science reporting for a general audience.”   “The originality and creativity that went into these two pieces is remarkable,” said Christine Dell’Amore, a *National Geographic *editor. “These podcasts taught kids a ton about science in a fun and engaging way.”  Lindsay will be traveling to Seattle in February to receive the awards, and give a free public talk about how to make science podcasts, for both kids and adults! If you’re in the Seattle area, come to her “Meet a Scientist” talk on February 15 at 12 pm. She’d love to meet you!  The talk is part of AAAS Family Days - a weekend filled with science activities at the Seattle Sheraton Grand Hotel. It’s free to attend on February 15 and 16. More information and registration link here.
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Today we talk about the importance of trying our best, trying again (or practicing), and pivoting (changing direction/strategy). We want to promote resiliency in children by encouraging them to keep trying and start to look for ways to be excellent!
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It's game time!  In this episode we'll review the words from last week, and then we'll play a fun interactive Spanish game together!  We'll also learn how to sing the "Eat Your Spanish" goodbye song, and finally we'll answer a question from a very special listener!
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It’s been awhile and we wanted to check in with you, Find out more in this quick Peace Out update!
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Black holes are fascinating, aren’t they? They one of the most mysterious and powerful things in space, and we’re going to go visit one today!
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Take a dive into the ocean of your imagination! We'll meet a dolphin, jellyfish, and even a shark! A fun relaxation story for children ages 5-10 years.
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Dan is joined by Camilla Nichol to learn about the first sighting of Antarctica. Plus, how deadly is dark matter?
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We’re heading to Neptune today! Today we are focused on standing strong and standing up for ourselves, all while learning a little about the planet Neptune! There are three different relaxation exercises in this story that you can do at home or in the classroom.
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Kaala’s making her way up the mountains, in search of an ancient hidden treasure. But something’s happened—someone’s been following her! Today we talk about shyness and introverts. If you’ve been enjoying Peace Out, please consider making a donation to keep our podcast ad-free! Go to bedtime.fm/support for more details. Thank you!
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This season we’re heading out to space, and with that, we are introducing a new feature: SafeSPACE. If your child would like to share where/who/what their safe, happy, or calm space is, please send in a recording of them, picture, or message to peaceout@bedtime.fm or on our Facebook page @bedtimefm or Twitter @peaceoutpodcast. We’d love to hear what makes them feel this way and why and we’ll share it on a future episode or on our social media!
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This week Kaala is making plans to go, but is starting to worry and feel anxious about the huge journey ahead. When was the last time you felt worried about something? Everyone worries and feels anxious sometimes, but what can we do about it? A relaxation story for children ages 5–13 years old.
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Decisions, decisions! Why is it so difficult to make a choice sometimes? In this relaxation story we explore the feeling of indecision and talk about ways to make the decision-making process easier for kids as we do gentle breathing and movement exercises. A relaxation story for children ages 5 – 12
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Zzzzz…Kaala and Chuff are very sleepy after a long swim and journey to meet another group of red pandas. As they rest and dream, we’ll do the same with some new breathing and gentle movement exercises. We end this relaxation story with a little lullaby, so this is a good one to listen to before bedtime!
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Feel like you got a good grasp on history? Join us for a round of History Trivia!
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How do you become an astronaut? That’s what Tumble listener Margaret wants to know. We go straight to the source to get an answer: A NASA astronaut! Dr. Serena Auñon-Chancellor shares her journey to outer space with us. Starting from being a kid watching shuttle launches, to her school’s Astronaut Club, all the way to NASA’s Astronaut Candidate program, and finally to the International Space Station. Serena also shares the surprising truth about doing science research in space. Join us on her path to the stars! Want to hear more from our interview with Serena about training to become an astronaut? Listen to our special bonus interview episode. It’s available when you pledge just $1/month on Patreon! patreon.com/tumblepodcast We have resources to learn more about Serena and the NASA astronaut training program on the blog on our website, sciencepodcastforkids.com.
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Use your senses and imagination to explore a special forest—your forest. We introduce the concept of shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing, and encourage everyone to go outdoors and spend time in nature. A relaxation story suitable for children ages 6–12 years old.
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We take a short break from the main Peace Out story to bring you a mini mindfulness story. In this mini episode, we are pirates out on the open sea and it's about to rain. This mindfulness story is suitable for children ages 5-12 years old.
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What can you do when someone is annoying or bothering you? Today we talk about three things you can do if this happens. 1. Tell them to stop. 2. Ignore them or walk away if you can. 3. Ask a grown-up that you trust for help.
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What are you afraid of? Everyone is afraid of something, so what can we do to face our fears? Kaala has to face her fear of the dark today. Check out peaceoutpodcast.com for more questions and links to helpful resources after your listen!
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Here's a special sneak peek of the first episode of Eat Your Spanish! Join Evan and Vanessa as they explore how to say different greetings and goodbyes in Spanish! Also, you'll get the chance to meet two of our favorite animals, Mrs. Elephant and Mr. Mouse! Hasta luego!
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We’re off to Pluto! Once one of the nine planets of our Solar System, Pluto is now considered a dwarf planet…and still an interesting one that we’ll explore with some breathing and gentle movement exercises.
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Peace Out is going on summer break soon! After today’s episode we have one more until we’re back in September 2018. Subscribe to Peace out on Apple Podcasts or where you listen to podcasts so you don’t miss us when we get back!
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Join us for a journey through Tumble's favorite animal episodes! Swim with whale sharks in Mexico, climb mountains with pikas, travel back in time to discover our earliest primate relatives, and more. Download two hours of stories of animal science discovery, and you'll be all set to turn your road trip into an animal adventure.  For a collection of episodes about astronomy, check out The Road Trip To Outer Space.  We'll be back January 11 with brand new episodes. Have a great holiday!
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Being curious is the start of any adventure! Curiosity makes you take that first step towards learning something new and fun and exciting! In this relaxation story, we are going to use our imagination to explore our curiosity as we learn a little more about the ancient buried treasure that Kaala the red panda is seeking! A relaxation story for children ages 5 – 12
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Have you ever been in a bad mood or feeling grumpy and then realized that it’s because you were hungry or tired? Then you’ve been “hangry” before! Kaala’s new friend Chuff the Snow Leopard is usually very pleasant, but today she’s feeling hangry…I wonder how she’ll deal with that? We’re going to teach you a trick that parents or teachers may have used on you!
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These words aren't going to rhyme themselves.  That's where you come in.  Hats Pear Shoe Bum Tin.  Cat Hair Yukon Gin.  Matts Dared Lou "Jump In!" etc.  There's an echo song that is kind of about Stevie Wonder, at least peripherally.  And a mad lib style game but with more leeway.  I strongly advise a listen. Rhyme Time (Improvisation / Phonological Awareness) ✪ Magic and Surprises (Echo Song / Pitch Matching) ✪ You Make The Story (Verbal Improvisation) ✪ WAYS TO SHOW NOODLE LOVE: ✪ Donate: paypal.me/dansaks ✪ SUBSCRIBE and/or LEAVE A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts ✪ Join our Patreon to access bonus content and stickers for a limited time!  www.patreon.com/noodleloaf (A handwritten letter and stickers sent to your house for a limited time only!) ✪ Get some Noodle Loaf gear at noodleloaf.threadless.com.  There's a new backpack design that is STUNNING. ✪ Want to add your voice to the Noodle Loaf choir? The echo song and instructions are here: http://noodleloafshow.com/how-to-join-our-theme-song-choir Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or write to us at noodleloafshow@gmail.com
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On this special encore episode of the Highlights Hangout, Tim and Juanita put the finishing touches on the Hangout and introduce listeners to a new way to play. They reveal the Hidden Sound, a sonic twist on the classic Highlights’ Hidden Picture Game, and invite listeners to listen for, identify, and count up the Hidden Sound throughout the show. They receive some HangMail for Arizona who answers one of life's big questions in the narrative-driven soundscaped story, Ask Arizona. Tim and Juanita head to an imaginary amusement park to take a ride in the wave pool. The real fun comes while waiting in line as they play “I Can't Believe this Imaginary Wave Pool Has a Line This Long Game Show!!” where they learn some pretty amazing things about the sport of surfing. After a quick joke transition, Goofus and Gallant come to visit the hangout with a special song about their adventures at camp. Next up, a kid sends in a burning science question and Tim and Juanita know just the Guy...and Mindy who have the answer. They throw to the MySci with Mindy and Guy segment where the hosts from popular science podcast Wow in the World answer this wow-worthy science question.
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Sonya Shafer demonstrates a picture study lesson, giving you an opportunity to practice this simple Charlotte Mason method. Picture Study Portfolios https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/picture-study-portfolios/ How to Do Narration episode Book of Centuries https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/basic-book-of-centuries/ // FOLLOW Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplycharlottemason/ Facebook News: https://www.facebook.com/SimplyCM SCM Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1445273695729787/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/simplycm/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplyCM SCM Forum: https://simplycharlottemason.com/scmforum/ Subscribe Listen to the audio version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/how-to-do-picture-study/#audio Read the blog post version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/how-to-do-picture-study/ Upcoming Events https://simplycharlottemason.com/events-speaking/ Contact Simply Charlotte Mason 930 New Hope Road #11-892 Lawrenceville, GA 30045 https://simplycharlottemason.com/contact/
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Today we talk about being happy! Kaala the red panda and Chuff the snow leopard have met someone special…find out who in this relaxation story as we talk about the feeling of happiness! If our stories make YOU happy, we’d be very grateful if you’d consider making a donation to Bedtime FM. Go to bedtime.fm/support for more details or to donate. Our entire team is made up of parent volunteers so any donation you make will help keep the lights – and the mics— on!
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In this episode, we talk about helping others. Our main characters are Kaala, a red panda, and Chuff, a snow leopard. Red pandas are an endangered species and snow leopards are a vulnerable species. You can learn more about both beautiful animals and how you can help at worldwildlife.org or another animal charity.
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Another week, another Spanish game!  Join us this week as we review what we learning last week, and then play another fun interactive Spanish game!  Then we'll finish this episode with another special listener call-in!  Who will it be this week?  Tune in and find out :-)
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Do you have a best friend? Are you your best friend’s best friend? Do you know why your best friend is your best friend? What is best? What is friend? Do you want me to stop asking you questions? Fine, then listen to this episode about what real friendship is. I’ll give you a hint: It’s a pickle. What makes a friend? Carl really wants to be Shumita's friend but she isn't so sure. Shumita wonders what true friendship is all about. What kinds of things do YOU look for in a friend? Write to us!  We want to hear from you! Click here to send us feedback.
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Feeding a healthy diet to your large family takes coordination, time, and resources, but it's not as difficult as you may think.  With a little creativity and grace, you can easily feed your family healthy meals that don't take all your time, energy, and money!
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This is our first episode written especially for grown-ups! You’re busy but it’s so important to take some time for yourself to rest and recharge so that you can go back and give your best to your family, work, and all the other things that are happening. Written so that it can be listened on the go (in the car, on the bus), before you go to sleep, or anytime in between! Let us know what you think of this episode by tweeting us @PeaceOutPodcast, messaging us on Facebook @BedtimeFM, or emailing PeaceOut@Bedtime.fm. Subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts too, that really helps us!
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Simplify your homeschool by teaching the same subject to all of your children at the same time!  Learn how in this podcast! In this episode: *Subjects that easily lend themselves to being taught all together. *How to teach to varying ages. *How to choose curriculum that helps you teach everyone all together. *How to keep young ones engaged and older children challenged.
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If you have a long trip this summer, Tumble has the perfect fuel to inspire exploration along the way! Marshall’s off exploring the deepest, darkest part of the jungle, and he put together the perfect playlist of Tumble’s favorite exploration-themed episodes. Starting at the world-famous Explorer’s Club in New York City, we’ll take you traveling to the depths of the ocean, into caves, and even to outer space. Real life explorers and scientists share their own breathtaking tales of scientific adventure. By the time you get to where you’re going, you’ll be totally ready to explore! Want to support Tumble? Pledge to our Patreon and get special bonus interview episodes! We’re also posting exclusive blog posts all summer, featuring our recommendations for great science content, children’s books, and even our favorite spots to visit in Barcelona! We’ll be back with Season 5 in September, so hang tight and enjoy!
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It’s hopeless! I’m never gonna get it! We’re never going to get there! I can’t do this! Does that sound familiar? Feeling like something is impossible to do is frustrating and upsetting for us, and even more so for children who are still developing the tools to deal with these feelings of hopelessness. Today we talk about those feelings and what we can do to work on them. If you’d like to share what goals you’re working on with us, please email us at peaceout@bedtime.fm or find us on Twitter @peaceoutpodcast or Facebook @bedtimefm. We’d love to hear from you!
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Tim and Juanita put the finishing touches on the Hangout and introduce listeners to a new way to play. They reveal the Hidden Sound, a new sonic twist on the classic Highlights’ Hidden Picture Game, and invite listeners to listen for, identify, and count up the Hidden Sound throughout the show. They receive some HangMail for Arizona who answers one of life's big questions in the narrative-driven soundscaped story, Ask Arizona. After a quick poem from a kid, Tim and Juanita head to an imaginary amusement park to take a ride in the wave pool. The real fun comes while waiting in line as they play "I Can't Believe this Imaginary Wave Pool Has a Line This Long Game Show!!" where they learn some pretty amazing things about the sport of surfing. After a quick joke transition, Goofus and Gallant come to visit the hangout with a special song about their adventures at camp. Next up, a kid sends in a burning science question and Tim and Juanita know just the Guy...and Mindy who have the answer. They throw to the MySci with Mindy and Guy segment where the hosts from popular science podcast Wow in the World answer this wow-worthy science question. The episode wraps up with the answer to the Hidden Sound Game plus a riddle to solve by the next episode! → Call 888-5-Hangout to record your jokes, riddles, tongue twisters, poems, and Wow worthy questions! ←
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“What’s the oldest dinosaur?” “How did dinosaurs come alive?” We tackle two listener questions in one epic story of dinosaur domination. Scientist Jessica Whiteside takes us back in time to the dawn of the dinosaurs, 230 million years ago. The story involves fascinating fossils, intense lava eruptions, climate craziness, and dinosaurs doubling in size. We’re going to find out what happened, and how scientists discovered it all. Hear more from our interview with Jessica Whiteside and discover the bizarre ancestor of the dinosaurs! You can listen to our bonus episode (and many more!) when you pledge just $1/month or more to support Tumble on Patreon, at patreon.com/tumblepodcast. Learn more about dino-tastic topics covered in the show on our blog, at sciencepodcastforkids.com.
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Feeling sad doesn’t feel good…but did you know that sadness can help us sometimes? We explore the feeling of sadness in this relaxation story with Kaala the red panda and Chuff the snow leopard. Check out the sources we used for more information on feeling sad and how to help your children cope with that.
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As we near the holiday season, we are excited to share with you one of our favorite episodes of the year...the episode all about family! So far this is one of our favorite songs we've made for this podcast, and we are so excited for you to sing it with us! PLUS Mrs. Elephant introduces Mr. Mouse to her family for the VERY FIRST TIME!  Let's hope her Grandpa doesn't get too sassy ;-)
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Today we're going to go to a place that is always quiet and where we can always go...using our imagination! Written for children ages 6-12 years old
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The sisters are sharing their favorite cozy tips in this hyggeschooling replay! Hygge doesn’t have a direct translation into English, but the closest word is probably coziness. So in this episode, the sisters are talking twinkle lights, cocoa, books, games, recipes and other ways to slow down your homeschool and embrace the most hyggeligt time of year.
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Have you ever been told to “calm down”? What exactly is calmness and how do you get there? Listen to our first relaxation story of Season Two! This season we’ll focus on a new emotion each story as well as the adventures of a new character that Peace Out listeners voted for last season! Each relaxation story will focus on breathing, visualization, gentle movements and will include questions to help continue the conversation at home or in class. A relaxation story for children ages 5 – 12
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How do cheetahs get their super speed? We talk to a cheetah scientist to find out why a spotted cat is the fastest animal on Earth. Cheetahs are literally built for speed! Anne Hilborn spent months scoping out cheetahs on the hunt in the grasslands of the Serengeti. We’ll discover how cheetahs’ incredible speed is linked to their survival - and what they do when being fast isn’t enough. **** On our special bonus interview episode - available to our Patreon & Castbox supporters - Anne shares the amazing story of how being photographed while dropping cheetah poop on herself became both her most embarrassing and her proudest moment. Photos on the blog! Pledge at patreon.com/tumblepodcast. Only $1/month gets you double the Tumble, and $5/month comes with a shoutout on the show, a birthday greeting, and opportunities to be on the show! Castbox is an awesome listening app, and we’ve partnered with Castbox to launch Tumble Premium, a channel on the Castbox app featuring every episode and all our bonus interview episodes too! It’s $1.35/month through the app, or $16/year. Want to learn more about cheetah science, and reputable conservation organizations? Check out our blog at www.sciencepodcastforkids.com.
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In "I Spy the Sky," Tim and Juanita are back in the Hangout, and this time, Goofus and Gallant™ send our hosts and Paws the dog on an "I Spy the Sky Scavenger Hunt," where they follow clues leading to a meteor-shower party. This episode also features a Paws and Think adventure to a fish market where we meet Lulu the Lobsterwoman; a campfire song with Goofus and Gallant; a "My Sci with Mindy and Guy" segment where they answer a wow-worthy question about hiccups; and the Hidden Sound game, our new sonic twist on Highlights™ magazine’s Hidden Pictures™ puzzle. → Call 888-5-Hangout to record your jokes, riddles, tongue twisters, poems, and Wow worthy questions! ←
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Tim and Juanita are feeling grateful in the Hangout! As Juanita trains for the Extreme Obstacle Course of Gratitude, Tim programs his robot to join in the fun. This episode also features the Hidden Sound Game, a Wow-worthy science question for Mindy and Guy, and a chore-wheel duet by Goofus and Gallant™.
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I just read a scientific report that said music is so great!  Here's the relevant data: Rhyme Time (Improvisation / Phonological Awareness) ✪ Jokes (lolz) ✪ Bear Salon (Echo Song / Pitch Matching) ✪ Clap it Back (Listening Skills / Beat Awareness) ✪   WAYS TO SHOW NOODLE LOVE: ✪ Donate: paypal.me/dansaks ✪ SUBSCRIBE and/or LEAVE A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts ✪ Join our Patreon to access bonus content ✪ Get some Noodle Loaf gear at noodleloaf.threadless.com ✪ Want to add your voice to the Noodle Loaf choir? The echo song and instructions are here. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or write to us at noodleloafshow@gmail.com
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This is the final episode of Season One! Thank you for listening along with us. Today we are going to show gratitude and salute the sun, without which life on earth would not be possible. Let’s travel to space and learn more about the amazing sun! And make sure you listen to the end to hear an exciting announcement about Peace Out Season Two! A relaxation story for children ages 5 – 12
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Spanish song of the month is here!  For this month, we are going to listen to and talk about the song "Los Pollitos", which is a Spanish children's song that's as popular in Spanish speaking countries as "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" is in English speaking countries!  I hope you like baby chickens :-)
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We love games here at Eat Your Spanish, and we've got another one for you this week!  After we review the three colors we learned last week (green, blue, and purple), we'll play a fun game, and then we'll hear from this weeks special listener!
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2 for 1 BOGO Madness. Press play once and you can CLAP AND SING about stars in the night sky.  Plus kazoo name that tune?  I mean helllloooooooooo.  Target ain't got nuthin on tha loaf. Clap It Back (Rhythm Awareness) ✪ I Wish I May (The Star Song) - (Echo Song / Pitch Matching) ✪ Name That Tune (Music Appreciation / Melody Recognition) ✪ WAYS TO SHOW NOODLE LOVE: ✪ Join our Patreon to access bonus content and stickers for a limited time!  www.patreon.com/noodleloaf (A handwritten letter and stickers sent to your house for a limited time only!) ✪ Donate: paypal.me/dansaks ✪ SUBSCRIBE and/or LEAVE A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts ✪ Get some Noodle Loaf gear at noodleloaf.threadless.com.  There's a new backpack design that is STUNNING. ✪ Want to add your voice to the Noodle Loaf choir? The echo song and instructions are here: http://noodleloafshow.com/how-to-join-our-theme-song-choir Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or write to us at noodleloafshow@gmail.com
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Welcome to the maiden voyage of Family Road Trip Trivia Podcast! Host Brittany Gibbons quizzes contestants of all ages through three rounds of Disney’s trivia.  Think you know the House of Mouse? Listen now to see how your knowledge stacks up! LISTEN ONLINE: familyroadtriptriviapodcast.com SPONSORS: Don’t spend Spring Break in the cold — spend it in the Caribbean! TheTravelSmith.net has cabins held on a 7 Night Caribbean Cruise leaving Miami on March 22, 2020 on Norwegian Cruise Line’s newest ship the Encore. Is your Spring Break a different time? They can find a great trip just for you. Deposits for the Spring Break Cruise start at just $50 per guest. Go to TheTravelSmith.net and click the Spring Break 2020 Cruise link on the main menu to learn more.
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Last weekend, Eva performed as Annie from the class musical Annie! In this episode, Eva shares how it went but also some important lessons she learned from her experience. We could not be more proud of Eva for her performance, but more importantly how she handled herself when things did not according to plan. Because as well all know life does not follow a perfect script, and the ability to adjust and keep on moving is an essential skill. For show notes, please visit DreamBigPodcast.com/176
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Dan is joined in the studio by scientific royalty, Lucy Hawking! He hears all about her brand new book and she answers your questions. Plus, imagine drilling deep enough into the core you can peer in?
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Eva shares her thoughts on the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, and the 7 other innocent souls who perished in last week’s helicopter crash. We live in Los Angeles, Eva’s dad grew up a huge Lakers fan and interned for the team during college, and Eva had the honor of interviewing Kobe on the Dream Big Podcast. Our deepest condolences to all the families that lost their loved ones in this unthinkable tragedy. For show notes, please visit DreamBigPodcast.com/175
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In this week's episode, the sisters are answering two listener questions - about strong-willed kids and kiddos who need to move. Cait and Kara have experience with both (um, wink), so they share what has worked in their own homes, book suggestions and ways to keep your kids learning, even if they need tons of movement. If you feel like you're clashing with a strong-willed child, or you have one that hops up so often that chasing them counts as cardio, this episode is for you!
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Finally an echo song celebrating how much everyone in your family loves wearing a lot of layers in the winter time.  Plus some patterns to finish, some songs to make up on the spot and a funky funky groove over which you are invited to jam.  Traffic?  What traffic? I'm Layering Up (Echo Song / Pitch Matching) ✪ KaraYOUke (Verbal and Melodic Improvisation) ✪ Finish The Pattern (Pattern Recognition) ✪ Jam Along (Rhythmic Improvisation) ✪ WAYS TO SHOW NOODLE LOVE: ✪ Donate: paypal.me/dansaks ✪ SUBSCRIBE and/or LEAVE A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts ✪ Join our Patreon to access bonus content and stickers for a limited time!  www.patreon.com/noodleloaf (A handwritten letter and stickers sent to your house for a limited time only!) ✪ Get some Noodle Loaf gear at noodleloaf.threadless.com.  There's a new backpack design that is STUNNING. ✪ Want to add your voice to the Noodle Loaf choir? The echo song and instructions are here: http://noodleloafshow.com/how-to-join-our-theme-song-choir Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or write to us at noodleloafshow@gmail.com
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Ship ahoy! We’re taking you on an expedition at sea, to do science on a research ship! With the help of geochemist Jeanine Ash, we’re climbing on board the JOIDES Resolution, a one-of-a-kind vessel that travels the seven seas, exploring what lies beneath the seafloor. The ship is equipped to find clues to Earth’s history, geology, biology, and even… alien life. So get your sea legs (and ears) ready, and let’s chart a course for science. Hear more from on board the ship, and our interview with Jeanine Ash on a special bonus episode. It’s available to Tumble fans who pledge just $1 or more a month to our Patreon campaign at patreon.com/tumblepodcast. Want to learn more about JOIDES Resolution? We’ve got tons of multimedia educational resources linked up on the blog on our website, sciencepodcastforkids.com/blog. See what the ship looks like, watch it in action, learn more about Jeanine’s expedition, and even arrange a video visit for your classroom!
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Unicorns are everywhere lately, don’t you think? Books, movies, stickers, hairstyles, even coffee drinks! It’s probably because they’re such cool magical creatures, So Peace Out decided that it was time to feature Unicorns in this week’s relaxation story, I can’t wait! Let’s get started now, this is going to be great! A mindfulness story suitable for children aged 5 – 7 years old.
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Sonya Shafer demonstrates how to do narration, a foundational Charlotte Mason method. In this episode, you'll have a chance to practice narration yourself. // MENTIONED Stories of the Nations, Volume 2 https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/stories-nations-volume-2/ Narration Notecards https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/narration-notecards/ Your Questions Answered: Narration https://simplycharlottemason.com/store/questions-answered-narration/ // FOLLOW Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplycharlottemason/ Facebook News: https://www.facebook.com/SimplyCM SCM Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1445273695729787/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/simplycm/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplyCM SCM Forum: https://simplycharlottemason.com/scmforum/ Subscribe Listen to the audio version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/how-to-do-narration/#audio Read the blog post version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/how-to-do-narration/ Upcoming Events https://simplycharlottemason.com/events-speaking/ Contact Simply Charlotte Mason 930 New Hope Road #11-892 Lawrenceville, GA 30045 https://simplycharlottemason.com/contact/
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Put on your helmet and hop on your bike for a ride around in your imagination! Today we’ll focus on visualization and movement as we imagine our journey, ending with a head-to-toe relaxation exercise while we consider how we are all connected to each other and the earth. A mindfulness story suitable for children aged 5 – 12 years old.
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Laura Pitney, Sonya Shafer, and Karen Smith discuss some common Charlotte Mason homeschool mistakes and how to avoid them. // MENTIONED Charlotte Mason Together Retreat https://simplycharlottemason.com/charlotte-mason-together-retreat/ SCM Forum https://simplycharlottemason.com/scmforum/ SCM Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1445273695729787/ // FOLLOW Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplycharlottemason/ Facebook News: https://www.facebook.com/SimplyCM SCM Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1445273695729787/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/simplycm/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SimplyCM SCM Forum: https://simplycharlottemason.com/scmforum/ Subscribe Listen to the audio version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/your-questions-answered-common-cm-homeschool-mistakes/#audio Read the blog post version of the podcast https://simplycharlottemason.com/blog/your-questions-answered-common-cm-homeschool-mistakes/ Upcoming Events https://simplycharlottemason.com/events-speaking/ Contact Simply Charlotte Mason 930 New Hope Road #11-892 Lawrenceville, GA 30045 https://simplycharlottemason.com/contact/
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“You never … [pick up your clothes].”“You make me … [furious].”How many times a day do you find yourself saying or thinking these kinds of things about your kids? Or these kinds of things about yourself:“I should … [be folding the piles of laundry right now].”“I have to … [drive soccer carpool, again].” These are examples of what communication experts call dis-empowering language: negative thoughts or words we may take for granted as part of our everyday vocabulary. It’s a type of language that leave us feeling more like pawns in someone else’s game, rather than masters of our own destiny. Often when we use dis-empowering language, it’s a direct reflection of dis-empowered feelings we may have, which commonly arise under stress. Although the statements above might seem harmless, dis-empowering language can have a profound effect on the feelings and behaviors of our children and ourselves.Did you notice a slight loss of energy or increased discomfort while reading the phrases above? The way we express ourselves – our choice of words and our tone of voice – creates energy that either gives power or takes power away.“When we speak,” “We exercise the power of language to transform reality.”Because of its power to influence our beliefs, dis-empowering language can undermine our parenting goals. This happens because what we focus on determines most of what we see. For example, when a parent says to a child, “You’re always uncooperative,” parent and child log the comments as “data.” With repetition, this cycle of behavior and response reinforces in our mind and the child’s the belief that she’s uncooperative, although that is far from our goal.Join me and my guest Ciara Sullivan on an enlightening conversation on the power of language. Ciara has an educational background in Applied Psychology with a focus on the fields of Cognitive Behavioral and Positive Psychology, as well as earning certifications in Clinical Hypnotherapy (C.Ht) and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). She’s also picked up many other tools along the way which have helped her to personally reach new levels of comfort and happiness, and have allowed her the wonderful opportunity to embrace her passion and bring both comfort and happiness to those she works with.
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Have you ever pretended that your hand was a telephone?  Well if not, here is your chance!  This week's Spanish game involves answering the telephone for all different family members!  Plus, we'll review a bit from last week, and answer a question from another Eat Your Spanish listener! To help support our show AND receive bonus content, please visit www.patreon.com/eatyourspanish!
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We're going on an indoor expedition to discover the species in our own home! You’ll never look at the bugs in your house the same way again. Ecologist and author Rob Dunn is our guide to exploring what he calls, “the unknown we wake up in every morning.” We’ll find out how many species live in the average home (it’s more than you think!) and tell you how you can conduct your own scientific survey inside your house. It’s an activity that could help scientists discover indoor wildlife all around the world. To learn how you can sign up for Rob’s citizen science project, Never Home Alone, check out our blog at www.sciencepodcastforkids.com/blog. Our friend Science Mom has created a downloadable coloring book and indoor bug guide, special for this episode! It’s available to our Patreon members at all levels. To get it, just pledge any amount to support the show at https://www.patreon.com/tumblepodcast.
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Animal lovers unite! Gigi and Lilah are bringing you tons of animal themed trivia this week, so get your paws on your buzzers, it’s on! Help get our show heard! Please leave us a 5 star review on iTunes and share this podcast with your friends! LISTEN: iTunes: https://apple.co/2LdB4Te Spotify: https://spoti.fi/32brt6x Google Play: http://bit.ly/2NtvA9Q
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We're Noodlefornia Dreaming on such a winter's day.  How about all you mama's and papa's?  All this month we'll be sharing some fun Black History Month songs and games, but they're also just great songs and games that are fun to sing and play during all the months.  Even June, for example. Pizza Pizza Daddy-O (Creative Movement) ✪ My Aunt Came Back (Echo Song/Pitch Matching) ✪ KaraYOUke (Melodic and Verbal Improvisation) ✪ WAYS TO SHOW NOODLE LOVE: ✪ Tell one friend about Noodle Loaf ✪ Donate: paypal.me/dansaks ✪ SUBSCRIBE and/or LEAVE A REVIEW on Apple Podcasts ✪ Join our Patreon to access our secret Echo Song podcast feed ✪ Get some Noodle Loaf gear at noodleloaf.threadless.com ✪ Want to add your voice to the Noodle Loaf choir? The echo song and instructions are here. Find us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or write to us at noodleloafshow@gmail.com.
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