Kids And Family Podcasts
Makeshift Stories explores, space, time, alternate realities, and the near future in an ever expanding fantasy and SF universe. Each episode we bring to life a somewhat random collection of characters in clean family friendly adventures for all ages.
By Makeshift Stories
Whistle and a Clipboard interviews successful coaches from the past, present, and future allowing them to share their coaching failures and successes, tips, drills, and skills, along with practice do and don’t to help youth coaches everywhere better coach the kids in their communities. Your host, Jason H Oates, will also interview other professionals discussing current issues related to youth sports among these, strength training, speed and agility, concussions, and arm care.
By Jason H Oates
God Heals Hurting Marriages is produced by Rejoice Marriage Ministries, Inc. and hosted by ministry co-founder Charlyne Steinkamp. It offers you a new five minute program each weekday. Some people say it is much like a daily phone call from Charlyne.
By Various Authors
Crazy Dave's Kid Show is a professionally produced children's call-in program. Parents can have their family participate in this podcast for kids by emailing email@example.com If you love podcasts for kids or childrens podcasts you are definitely going to love this show! It's kid podcasting at its finest!
By Podcasts For Kids
Stressed? Burned out? Ready to resign from Adulthood? Brought to you by a cartoonist (the creator of the comic strip Kim & Jason) and a former kindergarten teacher, this funny and inspiring video podcast is your #1 source for long-lasting, fast-acting, physician approved Adultitis relief.
By Kim & Jason Kotecki
A podcast between a father and sons that covers a range of fun and interesting topics as we take a look at the world . . . our world. . . of sports, music, animals, and technology. The show provides the humor and wisdom that only kids can provide. Hosted by 7 yr old twins and their Dad. Enjoy - Gareth, Trevor, & Simon Visit us at www.smellymonkeys.com
By Gareth Egerton