Kids And Family Podcasts
#TataMariusz, czyli Mariusz Rzepka. Czytam dla dzieci, ale jeśli lubisz wiersze, bajki czy opowiadania - zostań ze mną, dla rodziców też się coś znajdzie. ;) Przychodzę do Ciebie z setkami nagrań. Znajdziesz tu audiowiersze, audiobajki, audioopowiadania - wartościowe i mądre treści dla najmłodszych. Zapraszam! . : . : . : . : . : . mama; tata; dziecko; bajka; bajkowy; baśnie; baśniowy; usypianki; zasypianki; słuchowisko; dobranocka; audiobook; podcast; do snu; terapeutyczne; edukacyjne
By Mariusz Rzepka
Being a mom is hard. Having a career is hard. Doing both is REALLY HARD! Let’s talk about it. Join me, Jenny, as I talk with moms that are navigating the challenging and joyous world of being a mother and having a career. I am not a parenting expert or a career coach, but I‘d been in my corporate job for nearly 10 years before I had my son. I know how hard it is to make sense of your new identity as a working mom. This is a place to hear conversations from real women who are figuring out life right beside you because you are not alone in this crazy journey. Join the conversation or share ideas for future episodes. I want to hear from you! Instagram: @careermompodcast Facebook Group: Career Mom Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
By Jenny Elliott
<p>Big Fat Positive is a smart and funny podcast about two best friends who found out they were pregnant at the same time. The show follows the moms-to-be on their journey through pregnancy and into new motherhood, week by week. With weekly check-ins, special guests and segments such as "OMG I’m Freaking Out," hosts Shanna Micko & Laura Birek recount the often hilarious and always honest highs and lows of being a pregnant woman and new mom.</p>
By Laura Birek, Shanna Micko
Santa Says is a podcast for families and kids of all ages. It'll bring a sparkle to the eyes of youngsters 4-10 especially. And parents will find it positively delightful. This is year-round fun! Santa gives his first in-depth interview in more than 120 years. What’s life like on the North Pole? What’s Santa’s favorite cookie? Was Santa ever young himself? Send questions for Santa to TheSantaNetwork.com or call 312-888-5895 - the man in the red suit will answer you in a future podcast!
By Joyous and HiLarryous Productions
Should We Have Kids? is a podcast where comedians Laura Grey and Kristy Lopez-Bernal ask their amazing friends who have kids, might have kids, or will never, ever have kids if THEY should have kids. By the end of each episode, they'll figure out a definitive answer to that and, you know, the entire meaning of life. Join them as they wallow in their hilarious existential grief! New episodes release on Wednesdays.
By Should We Have Kids?
Going beyond what you know about relationships before trying to enrich, grow, work or fix them. Start here for romantic relationships, business relationships, couples coaching, parenting tips and more. As they ALL start with relationship.
By Be Intact with Zach and Sierra
A podcast for K-12 educators covering the ever-changing learning landscape. Featuring educators from around the country, every moment is a chance to create connections, share stories, and explore classroom ideas that will influence the future. Teachers in America is produced by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, inspiring the thinkers and doers of tomorrow.
By Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Connected Parenting shares techniques that therapists use to help parents soothe their child as well as enhance the parent-child bond and is based on the understanding that correcting and guiding behavior works best when it is preceded by and linked to empathy. At the heart of this parenting model is the CALM Technique which helps parents accurately attune to children’s affect and experience. These empathic interactions release reward chemicals in the brain that stimulate positive emotions and increase order and balance in the nervous system. Reward chemicals, including natural opiates, endorphins, and a powerful hormone called oxytocin, reduce and inhibit stress hormones and bathe the brain in positive emotions that ripple through every cell in the body. The benefits of empathy and compassion have a strong base in science that cannot be underestimated. Simply put, it is brain food, the emotional nutrition all of us need, perhaps our children most of all.<br> Although many parenting techniques stress the importance of empathy, Connected Parenting will show you how to use it skillfully to repair frayed bonds, deescalate tantrums, contain and correct difficult behaviors and help your child to become more confident and emotionally resilient. We use a collaborative and supportive coaching model and provide inspirational, easy-to-understand techniques grounded in neuroscience and attachment. In the end, your child will be more compliant, more relaxed, and – most importantly – happier. Connected Parenting will bring out the best in you and your child.
By Jennifer Kolari