More Podcast for Kids! — Stuff to do #15

Last blog post featured the Story Pirates podcast. Here’s another fun podcast listen for kids during our social isolation roller coaster. This one courtesy of the American public broadcaster National Public Radio.

Called Wow In The World it consists of shorter ‘game show’ style episodes about 10 minutes long along with longer in-depth episodes running about 30 minutes.

All feature comically presented educational content for kids. Worthy of a look for parents.

https://www.npr.org/podcasts/510321/wow-in-the-world

Podcast for kids! — Stuff to do #14

I’m a big fan of podcasts. Been an avid listener for about 8 years. Here’s an fun choice for families with kids…

Story Pirates is a great podcast which takes stories from kids and brings them to life as ‘radio’ plays. (Am I mixing genres when I say radio plays?!) They even toss in the odd joke or two for the big kids.
Explore their website. Much more than just the podcast to check out.

Online Magic Show! — Stuff to do #13

I’m up to a baker’s dozen for these stay-at-home suggestions and here’s another family friendly event for the housebound hoards…

Greg Frewin and friends are back for a 3rd live stream magic show tomorrow evening, April 29/20, at 7:00 pm Eastern. Looks like a great line-up including internationally know magicians.

Again free with any donated proceeds to benefit the Niagara SPCA.

Frewin’s event is a YouTube live stream thingy. Click below on Wednesday night although you may need to click thru to YT proper to see it. No biggie, I hope.

Link to the YouTube stream here.

Bored Games? — Stuff to do #11

Are you surviving these strange times? Personally I need my barber but at this point would settle for your dog groomer…!

I have mentioned the wonderful aggregator site, Kottke.org, before. Lots of fascinating posts covering a broad range of topics.

A recent link was to a list of online resources for those into board games, card games and puzzles.

It’s a Google doc and you can see it by clicking here.

Old favourites and new challenges; there’s bound to be something for every Social Isolationist’s (is that a real name yet? barf!) interest be it individual or family.