Good Kids público
[search 0]
Más

Download the App!

show episodes
 
We get better instructions for putting together furniture than we do for raising actual human beings. And that doesn’t even account for how to do it amid a global pandemic and civil/political unrest. That’s why Season 2 of Good Kids features a compelling mix of perspectives on child-rearing — from parents and experts, authors and actors, to "good" kids themselves — imparting wisdom for a brief, but potent, 10(ish) minutes each week. Good Kids isn’t just another parenting podcast. It’s an all ...
 
As a parent, are you always on the lookout for new — and good — things for your kids? Host Mike Mason is an educator, musician, and parent of three. Each week he introduces new music for kids, interviews a special guest about their "good stuff" for kids, and invites you to join in the fun (and griping) of parenthood. It is a podcast the whole family can listen to together.
 
A fairy tale podcast for kids about extraordinary women from all over the world. Based on the bestselling series Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, each episode explores the lives of women from the books, encouraging young listeners to ask questions and explore their interests. Each episode is narrated by real-life women who are pioneers, creators, champions, and leaders.
 
Tune in to learn more about what it means to be a 21st century Good Dad. Laugh and learn as you listen to soon-to-be dads, brand new dads, over-the-road dads, dads with twins, single parent dads, divorced dads, and many other real-life dads. Don’t expect perfection. Do expect to learn something new and/or be reassured about what you’re already doing. It’s all here on the Good Dads Podcast.
 
Fred Campos, @FullCustodyDad on Twitter, shares his unique experience of winning a paternity suit and being full custody, of his then 4-year-old daughter. As a non-attorney but a male parent, he shares unique ideas on how to be a better parent and ultimately win a child custody suit. Fred's goal is to help good parents caught in the complicated process of divorce or child custody. This show has parenting and custody tips as well as attorney interviews from state to state.
 
The Good Words Podcast is for kids and grown-ups to delight in hilarious, fascinating, wonderful words while we all learn together to use words better, and use better words. It is written and created by Lynn Hickernell, who also writes and performs music for kids and adults under the name Miss Lynn. Learn more and hear lots of her songs at misslynn.com.
 
Welcome to the safe haven for 90's babies, B rate film buffs, and Fat Kids(inner and outer) !!! Join me as we navigate the waters of what pieces of food, film, and nostalgia are superior to others. The main difference between this podcast and other comparison podcasts? I'm ultimately right and I'm kind enough to offer a platform for those who oppose me to bring a well crafted argument that ill ultimately destroy! Fueled by short attention spans and shameless self promotion my guest, my occas ...
 
Good Enough Living podcast is about marriage, kids and growth - for normal people. You know, those of us who try real hard, but still screw it up!? Basically, GEL is a collection of seminars, talks and conferences by clinical psychologist, Dr. John L. Cox. Cox has been an outpatient psychologist for 30 years and has been doing conferences around the country for most of that time. This podcast is a collection of those conferences and talks. Tune in for how to make sense of your romantic relat ...
 
The Kids Ministry 101 Podcast is designed to train, resource and encourage Kids Ministry Leaders and Volunteers! Each episode considers current trends and resources and how to best communicate these to the kids you serve! The Lifeway Kids team brings conversations and interviews with some of the leading voices in children’s ministry to the table to help you hear more about how to best serve the children and families in your ministry.
 
Hi there! We are a blended family of four who are passionate about camping, nature, the great outdoors, physical activity, health, & being all-around good Canadians! We would love to inspire others to get outside & explore all that our beautiful country has to offer. Camping fosters an appreciation of nature, physical fitness, & emotional well-being. Despite being high-tech kids, our kids love camping! We asked them to help inspire your kids. Their creations are in our Kids section. For the ...
 
The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast) is a movement. It is a strong community of Fathers who all share a set of values. Larry Hagner, founder of The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast), breaks down common challenges of fatherhood, making them easy to understand and overcome. Tackling the world of Fatherhood can be a daunting task when we try to do it alone. The mission of The Dad Edge Podcast (formerly The Good Dad Project Podcast) is to help you b ...
 
Welcome to In Mum’s good books – a podcast dedicated to recommending books for busy Mums (& kids) to enjoy. As a Mum I find it difficult to make time to read, but I enjoy it and know how good it is for me! I rely on recommendations from other Mums because a) I don't have time to do the research and b) most of them want the same out of a book as I do: a book that’s easy to read (so if I get interrupted it won’t matter), a page turner, that takes me away to another place and takes my mind off ...
 
The Good Stuff is the (mostly) monthly podcast of The Story of Stuff Project (www.storyofstuff.org). Annie Leonard's conversations on the Good Stuff highlight people who are rolling up their sleeves and making positive changes in their communities - right now. Whether they are entrepreneurs, community leaders, or neighborhood kids, these inspiring individuals prove that anyone can make a difference and by joining together we magnify our power to accomplish remarkable things.
 
Yes, there are other parents who feel that raising kids is way harder than they imagined. You are not alone! This podcast takes a down to earth, funny perspective on parenting and provides support on common issues parents face. Rebecca, the show's host, has a broad wealth of experience in educating children and working with parents. Her experience as a working mom of three children however, is her most powerful source of knowledge to draw from. Questions from listeners are welcomed.
 
Up to this point in history, children have been seen as less than and parented in a way that uses power over a child. Most of us were parented in this way but there is a shift in thinking about the way we raise our kids. Parents don’t feel good about using shame, blame, criticism, punishments, and even rewards, to get their kids to listen. Parents are wanting a different way because they know from their own childhoods this type of parenting hurts and leaves us with scars we take with us thro ...
 
Welcome! I am Claire Rinaldi! Not only am I your host for this podcast, but I am a mother of five, a wife, and your soon-to-be online friend & problem solver. Follow along as I share my modern day tips and tricks on topics such as health, wellness, energy, routine, organization, and navigating life with sensitive kids while running a business! I will even share with you my thought process on how I solve everyday problems that bring about the relief and movement you’ve been looking for! I rea ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
Hello my friends! It was great to welcome my new best friend Erica Rabner to the Good Stuff Kids Podcast. We talked a lot about her background as well as her brand new record ‘We Got This’ and the importance of Real Talk! Stay tuned all the way to the end of the show to hear her brand new song ‘Slack’. Check out her video for the song ‘You’re Not A…
 
Nicole Lynn Lewis shocked family and friends when she told them she was pregnant her senior year of high school. “I was this honor roll student who was so involved and I had a very clear sense of what I wanted to do with my life. And then all of a sudden I'm pregnant.” Nevertheless, she made a promise to her mom that she'd go to college no matter w…
 
Get to know inventor Ann Makosinki, who brought us the story of movie star Anna May Wong. Ann talks about how she became a young inventor, and how we can become inventors ourselves. And she explains why the story of Anna May Wong is so important to her, especially as an Asian-American woman today.Por Rebel Girls
 
There are three types of men in this world and each category defines a specific stage of personal growth that each man experiences in their life. The first category is "the victim." The victim is a type of man who blames his shortcomings and faults on outlying factors. For example, a victim might not show affection toward his wife and kids and then…
 
Mother-daughter relationships can be so complicated. Conflict can start in adolescence and last a lifetime. My guests, mother and daughter, Jennie Marie and Jasmine Nicole have successfully weathered many storms through their relationship and are here to help us have better relationships with our mothers and daughters. In today’s day and age, moms …
 
Hailed as the first Asian American movie star, Anna May Wong’s groundbreaking career spanned from the silent film era to 1950s TV, when she starred in her own television show. Though bound by the racist and sexist stereotypes of Hollywood in the 1900s, including laws forbidding on-screen interracial relationships, Anna May Wong carved a path for he…
 
Here's a valuable resource if you're going fishing in Ontario, and a discussion about front country fishing vs. backcountry and an important public service message from Tim. We'll also briefly revisit deciding about the weight of items vs. the need for them when you are packing for backcountry camping.…
 
Matthew McConaughey Alright, alright, alright is the famous phrase coined by the illustrious Matthew McConaughey. He is an actor, father, husband, and author. When Matthew was younger, his father instilled in him three principles for life - "Don't say can't," "love, don't hate," "tell the truth, don't lie" and he has carried these principles throug…
 
In the latest episode, Jamie needs a refresher on just who J.K. Simmons is exactly, Doug pitches a killer forest ranger movie, and the two wonder why they ever watched You Can't Do That On Television. Grab your best hiking vest, put on your trucker hat, shove some human meat in your pocket, and join us on the trail for our discussion of the extreme…
 
(Originally aired 7/21/19) Today, you'll hear from May Boeve who narrated the previous episode about Katia Krafft. If you haven't listened to last week's episode, now is a good time to go back and check it out! Boeve reveals how she first cultivated an interest in climate change, the incredible humans who are working to create positive change, and …
 
John Ramstead John Ramstead is a husband, father, entrepreneur, and author of On Purpose, With Purpose. Ramstead knew from a young age that he wanted to be a pilot. However, when he got to college and was enrolled in the ROTC program, he never believed that he had what it took to be a pilot. After an inspiring talk with his father, John decided tha…
 
Tackling social issues in today’s world is hard enough for adults, and even harder when you have to explain the issues and injustices we experience and watch to our kids! My guest, Scotty Iseri, is the creator and host of the award-winning family podcast, The Imagine Neighborhood, which is a kid-focused podcast. In this fun podcast for kids, along …
 
(Originally aired 7/19/19) Once upon a time, a girl dreamed of sailing down a river of lava. Her name was Katia. Katia became fascinated with volcanoes when she first saw them on-screen at a small French movie theater as a teenager. So, she set out to study them, capturing their magnificent beauty and power through the lens of her camera. With her …
 
Ted Shimer Ted Shimer, author of the Freedom Fight, is a 30 year veteran of a National Collegiate Disciplinary Ministry who has helped thousands of young individuals in their pornography addiction. His book The Freedom Fight is also a no-cost internet program that uses the power brain of science to outgrow porn and heal from the addiction. In the e…
 
In the latest episode, Doug imagines Lace as a Choose Your Own Adventure book...and of course he's killed by a space vampire, Jamie assumes that had HGTV been around in 1984, Maxine would have her own scene, and how did it take 3+ hours for us to talk about the MTV series, Teen Mom? It's taken us 4 hours of watching and another 4 hours of talking b…
 
Get to know science communicator Danni Washington, who brought us the story of environmental activist Xiye Bastida. Danni tells us about her new podcast The Genius Generation, celebrating young people tackling the world’s biggest problem. She shares her love of the ocean, and how she became a science communicator. And she tells the story of meeting…
 
Ilan Muallem is an actor, director, martial artist, and entrepreneur. Some of his most well known roles are Wesley from “The Walking Dead” and Noah from “The Big Short.” Muallem is also a free speech advocate and political activist who actively supports the military and police. Muallem is currently in a 13 year relationship and is a mentor to his g…
 
Let’s talk about race…we have to. We ALL have to. Stories of racial inequality and systemic racism permeate the news headlines. We can’t pretend that it doesn’t exist. I have been so ignorant to this topic. As a white woman, I didn’t know what white privilege was and that I have it. I am honoured to talk about this important subject with two incred…
 
In March 2019, Xiye Bastida led hundreds of her classmates in New York City in the first-ever global youth strike for climate justice. Since then, Bastida has become a leading voice in the youth climate justice movement in the United States and beyond, energizing and empowering youth to speak out to save the planet. Drawing on her Indigenous herita…
 
It’s Aaron Nigel Smith! We had a great conversation talking about Reggae, his music and so much in between! “Aaron Nigel Smith & The One World Chorus — Live in LA was released on August 15th, distributed by Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong International. This is an uplifting collection of reggae songs, some Aaron Nigel Smith originals (like “One”) and some t…
 
Todd Stottlemyre Todd Vernon Stottlemyre is an entrepreneur, business coach, author, and Major League Baseball player. During his youth, Todd watched his father, Mel Stottlemyre, pitch for the New York Yankees. After Todd retired from baseball in 2002, he developed a passion for the stock market and co-founded a hedge fund in 2010. Since 2010, Todd…
 
In the latest episode, Jamie tries to do a French accent worse than Phoebe Cates and totally fails. Doug is amazed at one point that Angela Lansbury's still telling this story and we both are exhausted after jet setting around the globe and through time watching a porn star potentially sllep with her step brother and father. This is a wild ride as …
 
(This episode originally aired April 22nd, 2020) Today, you'll hear from Jameela Jamil who narrated this week's episode about Greta Thunberg. If you haven't listened to this week's episode, now is a good time to go back and check it out. Jameela offers advice on how to avoid bullies and how we can all do our part to protect the planet. Producer Cam…
 
In this episode, we have invited Nicky Billou, the host of The Thought Leader Revolution Podcast. He is inspired by achievement and is dedicated to assisting others in achieving outstanding results. But there was a time when Nicky’s marriage was in ruins and he didn’t even want to live anymore. Today, Nicky talks about the mistakes men make when it…
 
I’m now a mom of two teen boys and BOY have things changed in the way we communicate and interact with each other! It’s natural and normal that our kids start to pull away from us around the age of 11 (yes, that soon!) but it doesn’t mean they don’t need us! In fact, it’s essential that we maintain or create deep connection with our kids…but it’s n…
 
Loading …

Guia de referencia rapida

Google login Twitter login Classic login