Listen to the stories of a child, then add your own ending. In addition to fun, this collaborative storytelling podcast and free coloring pages (created by a eight-year old girl and her dad) is an educational blend of playful learning and technology designed to help children, their parents, and educators around the world enhance their communication skills. So visit My Baby Monsters and become part of the story as you learn through kids' stories and imagination.
February 2nd, 2007
Episode 42 of 70 episodes
Blondie, Benny Goodman, and Bing Crosby presenta jazzy Old Time Children's Radio Show Podcast, that Sing, Sing, Sings. Buzz, Buzz, Buzz... isn't it funny how today's letter is B? so Buzz, Buzz, Buzz, to infinity and beyond, let's go to the circus with Blondie, Dagwood, and their son Alexander and daughter Cookie. And at the circus, you'll meet a bear (you'll meet a bear), a great big bear (a great big bear), oh way out there, so sing, sing, sing, sing, everybody's got to sing, 'cause we're still working on our new children's book – Wild Alphabet Stories (fun tails for kids and other wild animals). Not sure what I talking about, then it's a bear necessity you listen to this jazzy, but Disney-less episode to learn if I'm an Alaskan Kodiak Bear or a Florida Black Bear. Children's stories and music featured in this podcast (to read or WRITE NOW, just click story's link): What should I put on a Dagwood sandwich? My Baby Monsters went to the zoo and saw bears [storytelling game] What to do when a bear wants your lunch [a kid's story of backpack] Let's make some music [a kid's story of banjo] Do you like bug sandwiches? [a kid's story of butterfly] Dancing on a tightrope [a kid's story of ballerina] Mashed-up children's songs [a kid's story of barn] Something I don't have any of [a kid's story of brothers] Wii bowls 'cause we have to [a kid's story of broken] What color is your world? [a kid's story of blue] Baby Monster Lying King meets a bear [Daddy's story] The Polar Bear Birthday [classic children's story with additions from kids around the world] Grizzly Bear by All Girl Summer Fun Band [wild music by musicians from Oregon, USA] Alaska Song by The Buffali [wacky music by musicians from the Wisconsin, USA] Children's art featured in this podcast (to read or WRITE NOW, just click story's link): B is for Bear (Kodiak, Alaska): CHILDREN'S BOOK PREVIEW [from Wild Alphabet Stories (fun tails for kids and other wild animals)... sung to the tune of Disney's Bear] B is for Bear (Florida Black Bear): CHILDREN'S ART [extra page from Wild Alphabet Stories (fun tails for kids and other wild animals)] ALL CHILDREN'S ART from children's book, Wild Alphabet Stories (fun tails for kids and other wild animals) Be sure to get your FREE B is for Bear COLORING PAGE Children's Art from upcoming Wild Alphabet Stories children's book B is for Bear (Kodiak, Alaska) as in I barely got out of there with my life. Children and adults T-shirts and more at the Mon-STORE Educational resources for parents and educators! LEARN MORE about Florida Black Bears & Alaskan Kodiak Bears, as well as Blondie, Benny Goodman, and Bing Crosby! Also learn about the music in this episode. Have fun, -- Josie (and dad) Like our show and have your own podcast? Help others discover it by sharing the My Baby Monsters Children's Storytelling Podcast (promo)
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