5 Reasons EVERY Kid Needs TO HEAR Who Smarted PodCasts is a sponsored post
Got kids who love to wear ear phones ? Want to give them something to listen to that you can feel good about? or even something you can listen to while you are all just hanging out -at home or driving in the car?
THEN you must subscribe to The FREE podcast aka kidcast Who Smarted
Their secret sauce is that they're going to get your kid or student excited about a broad range of topics, three times a week, with their celebrated blend of storytelling, games, humor, fun and their ability to make complex topics easily accessible.
But even better they take the learning offline– in addition to the three 10 to 15 minute long weekly episodes, they also provide a free, short email with each episode for parents and educators.
The newsletter gives you the details on what they're teaching in the audio episode, along with further information and activities to make it easy for Mom, Dad or Teacher to facilitate and participate in follow-up conversation.
Basically Who Smarted is here to help make it easy and fun for your kids to get smarter 🧠
Did I mention it is all Free???So sign up & listen to at least one their podcasts and i guarantee you will be happy you
Here are 5 Reasons EVERY Kid Needs TO HEAR Who Smarted PodCasts
1 Kids have a natural thirst for information and frequently ask why so this answers questions they ask and some they have not thought of yet
2 Kids love to be entertained and Who Smarted is so entertaining and provides a stimulating story that answers a snarky science question.
3 takes them off their screens and forces them in a really fun way to be imaginative and use their thinking and creative skills in new ways
4 You will like these so much you will listen to them and join in to all the fun with your child.
5 Sparks interest in a subject that will make them want to explore further and learn on their own
Each podcast asks a unique fun question and answers it in a new and interesting way so your kids get the answer and learn without really knowing. The topics are very out of the box such as Why do some people pee when they laugh? Why doesn't ice cream freeze solid like ice? And so many more that will entertain as well as teach in a fun way.
This “virtual classroom for the universe” gets your 5 to 10 year old excited about learning and develops their critical thinking skills, in 3 fun-packed episodes every week. From the Emmy-nominated team behind Nat Geo's BRAIN GAMES and Netflix's BRAINCHILD, Who Smarted? is hosted by BRAIN GAMES Co-Creator Jerry Kolber
The best part is this all comes free, so go to “Who Smarted” and let the fun and learning.begin
Keep reading for an example of an email you will receive following the release of each new podcast- think of it as an accompanying study guide and a perfect opportunity to ban Boredom and Spark Imagination!
Free Activity Guide You Requested: RAIN episode
If you said 4 billion years old, you're RIGHT! That glass of water you drank today is the same water the DINOSAURS drank!
So how does the rain cycle work? How and why does it rain at all? And what would happen if it DIDN'T rain?
Your kids will learn all this and more on today's new episode of Who Smarted?
THE SLOW SOUND OF RAIN…ANOTHER FUN RAIN FACT….
Falling at an average speed of 14MPH from an average height of 2,500 feet — most raindrops take around 2 minutes to go from cloud to ground. But some of the tiniest raindrops take as long as 7 minutes to make the journey down to earth
More fun activities:
- In this super fun episode we meet a friendly CLOUD who tells us all about how rain works (while also making some very bad cloud jokes). We'd love to see your kid's interpretation of what this cloud looks like! Have them DRAW the cloud — OR, they could even create a COMIC STRIP of the Cloud drifting, meeting other clouds, and of course, raining!
- Talk about the rain and how many ways it makes our lives BETTER even if it stinks to be stuck inside on rainy days. What does rain make possible? Some things to start the conversation: grass, trees, fruit, wheat for bread and cake…
- If you want to share anything your kids create for us to show off to the community, send it to us at Whosmarted@Whosmarted.com
Singin' in the Rain,
Adam D. and Jerry K.
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