There's more great music out there. We’ve had SIXTEEN OTHER KIDS MUSIC ARTISTS grace our humble studio since we started this podcast in the summer of 2015 and each of them has made their own awesome contributions to the world of children’s audio since then.
It seems like every time I turn on the radio, I hear stories about natural disasters. Hurricanes and floods, tornadoes, earthquakes, and fires. I'm thinking so much about all the people in Mexico City, in Puerto Rico, in Houston, in Santa Rosa. These kinds of natural disasters are unexpected - much like a glass, accidentally knocked off a table and cracked into a million tiny pieces, rendering the floor treacherous. It's not unimaginable to you that this kind of thing could happen, but you don't expect it at all - and you never feel prepared.
So... what do we say to our kids about natural disasters? How do we prepare them? And what should we say after, if a terrible thing does actually happen? Here are some ideas.
Whether they want to know where babies come from or why the sky is blue, kids are full of questions. We know how to answer the easy ones. But what do you do if your kid asks you a question about something really complicated - and then just stares at you with their big ol' kid eyes? Here are some ideas.
Whether they are bouncing off the walls, roughhousing or even hitting, children have to use their bodies to connect to the world around them. For us parents, that can be hard. Sometimes we get it. Sometimes it drives us nuts. Sometimes we don’t even know what to do. So here is the answer... 8 books for bad behavior.