My Baby Monsters: kids stories, children music, children's books, kid art, & fun storytelling - old time radio movie - podcast

A little girl and her daddy

Arts, Literature, Education, K-12, Kids & Family

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.


[My Baby Monsters: storytelling podcast 13] My dad said I could lie as much as I wanted to… and other tall tales

September 29th, 2006

Episode 30 of 70 episodes

Sorry, nothing to hear here.Move along... no podcast today.Wait,come back,I was just kidding, there really is a podcast. No kidding, today's podcast is all about lying.I promise I won't lie to you again...aaaagh, I already broke my promise. Children's stories from this podcast: (click link to read or add on to a story) Who is the real Lying King? [new storytelling game for you to play / the rules] You are the veterinarian [storytelling game] The boy and girl who never told the truth [storytelling game] Like, nothing good to eat A mom lying at the zoo Baby Monster Lying King needs your help Baby Monster Little Bird ate an airplane for breakfast Introducing Baby Monster Lying King The dog ate my homework [song by guest artist, The Egerton Boyz (aka The Smelly Monkeys] Be sure to get our FREE Baby Monster Lying King coloring page. The great new stories you've made: The baby (Mozart) monsters and I watch music [by Storyteller Sam (9) and his dad, Anne (13), Andy (11), Mrs. Murphy's Class (3rd grade)] The alien repair shop [by Storyteller Ron (10), Storyteller Sam (9) and his dad, Andy (11), and Ed (7)] Also in this episode: Hear a Mash-up that makes "Everybody Dance Now" to a classical music piece by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart [1756-1791] and the "oldies music" group, C+C Music Factory. [1990-1995] Learn how the world was made, and what a veterinarian was doing at LEGO. Learn how to eat food you don't like. And learn about the difference between storytelling and lying. Art of the week: Baby Monster Lying King -- Eats facts for breakfast and then relieves himself of them. Additional tall tale storytelling resources for kids: Tall tales Arizona style: written and illustrated by Mrs. Sunda's Third Grade Gifted Resource Class Lionel's tall tale storytelling machine: push a button to create a wild story [from Between the Lions TV program] Additional resources for parents and teachers: What is storytelling and why do family tell stories... because every life is a story [from The call of the story] What are the benefits of storytelling in the classroom and some storytelling activities lesson ideas [from Story Arts] An introduction to the oral tradition and the art of storytelling [from Tim Sheppard] Why do children lie? [from the Center for Effective Parenting] Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, recorded by the Thomas Edison Concert Band in 1908 (right-click to download cylinder phonograph recording [700 kb]) Archive of free cylinder recordings contains the first commercially produced sound recordings. They act as audio snapshots of life at the beginning of the 20th century [from the University of California, Santa Barbara] Have fun, -- Josie (and dad) The My Baby Monsters children's story sharing podcast is a collaborative storytelling podcast for kids, parents, and teachers.To share your stories, visit MyBabyMonsters.com

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