Download these family-friendly podcasts to your phone, then play them through your car speakers to make time on the road pass in a flash (or use your home stereo speakers for a screen-free evening).
Listen in on the conversations between father Nick Pavlidis and his children, Pavlos, 6, and Angela, 4. The trio discusses everything from new toys and birthdays to dance recitals and Winnie the Pooh.
Engage everyone’s curiosity with these science-driven episodes that answer pressing questions like “How does the GPS know where you are?” and “Why does tickling make you laugh?”
Think of it as a modernized radio drama, with a new story performance every week, including classics such as The Boy Who Cried Wolf and The Velveteen Rabbit. And on those truly hectic nights, it may even be the perfect story time stand-in.
Hosts Holly Frey and Tracy V. Wilson will have everyone on the edge of their car seats as they dig into the history they may have overlooked along the way. Curious about the history of peanut butter? There’s an episode on that, along with others covering topics such as the Hindenburg disaster, the story behind the “Happy Birthday” song and a look at King Tut’s tomb.