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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.
March 16th, 2007
Episode 46 of 70 episodes
Dean Martin and Danny Kaye present an Old Time – Children's Radio Show – Podcast with that extra scary Peter Lorrie. Dino Diapers is our new sponsor… so if you're a dinosaur and you need a new diaper, look no further than Dino Diapers. Remember, Dino Diapers takes the stink out of extinct, so act now before it's too late… your Jurassic butt will thank you when that big meteor strikes. And remember, everything goes better with a song, so here's the story 'bout Minnie the Moocher, actually, it's the fourth page of our new children's book – Wild Alphabet Stories (fun tails for kids and other wild animals). Children's stories and music featured in this podcast: Dinosaur eggs are great [a delicious prehistoric breakfast story] Allergic to being eaten… a dino dung tale [kids' definition of daughter] There's a hole in my bucket… no wait, I mean my donut [enjoy yummy new children's songs] Daffy Duck and the Dinosaur help my mom mess up my picture [a classic - public domain - mashup story] Remember when Ulla dance? [Martin and Lewis mix up The Producers for a song] Are you a dinosaur or a paleontologist? [x-stinky storytelling game] My Baby Monsters and the Dinosaurs have the same happy birthday [storytelling party game] Lying King Meets a Dinosaur [daddy's short prehistoric story] Twinkle Twinkle Dinosaur [classic children's music with new additions from kids around the world] Children's art featured in this podcast: D is for Dinosuar, as in, dis old dino, he ate one, he ate da baby, not dis-extinct-ie dung. With a great big chomp, and a roar from here to there, diaper scat is everywhere. D is for Dinosaurs (with a Diaper): CHILDREN'S BOOK PREVIEW [from Wild Alphabet Stories (fun tails for kids and other wild animals)... kids song is parody of the classic Nursery Rhyme "This Old Man (Knick-Knack Paddywhack)" and Barney's "I love you" songs] ALL CHILDREN'S ART from children's book, Wild Alphabet Stories (fun tails for kids and other wild animals) Children and adults T-shirts and more at the Mon-STORE Be sure to get your FREE D is for Dinosaurs COLORING PAGE Educational resources for parents and educators! LEARN MORE about Dinosaurs and the artists 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)