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Hello Planeteers!This week's episode is hosted by K.B. herself, and she tells us all about How to tell directions without a Compass!Did you know if you are outside and get lost, you can observe some patterns in nature and be able to tell which way is North and which way is South?And, this episode comes with a free PDF you can download that shows you how to make your own compass at home with just a few household items! You can find it  HERE.If you want to watch the episode on video, you can do that HERE. If you want 10 ways to get your kids outside and off their screens with very little effort on your part, get the free report at https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/10-ways-report If you want to read the Field Journal Blog, you can do that HERE.Until next week, have a handy survival skill adventure in YOUR neighborhood!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/ FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanet Instagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanet Twitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthor email:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book 
Hello Planeteers!This week's episode is hosted by Captain Jack, and she tells us all about Jellyfish!Do you know what to do if you get stung by a Jellyfish? No, you don’t pee on it. I thought you did, but I was wrong. Find out the REAL actions to take in this episode.And, yes, this episode comes with a free PDF you can download. You can see pictures of  19 species of jellyfish and make your own jellyfish in a bottle. This project has a little bit of a twist I think you’ll like! You can find it  HERE.If you want to watch the episode on video, you can do that HERE. If you want 10 ways to get your kids outside and off their screens with very little effort on your part, get the free report at https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/10-ways-report If you want to read the Field Journal Blog, you can do that HERE.Until next week, have a non-stinging adventure in YOUR neighborhood!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/ FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanet Instagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanet Twitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthor email:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book 
Hello Planeteers!This week's episode is hosted by Dr. Chuck Darwin, and he tells us all about staying cool during a heatwave!There are some super-fun ways to do this, and he also tells us how to make S’mores using a solar oven we can build ourselves!Yes, this episode comes with a free PDF you can download with the instructions on how to build a solar oven, and what materials you need. You can find it  HERE.If you want to watch the episode on video, you can do that HERE. If you want 10 ways to get your kids outside and off their screens with very little effort on your part, get the free report at https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/10-ways-report If you want to read the Field Journal Blog, you can do that HERE.Until next week, have a cooling-down adventure in YOUR neighborhood!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/ FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanet Instagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanet Twitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthor email:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com  Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book 
Hello Planeteers!This week's episode is hosted by Tito the Treefrog, and he tells us all about the differences between Snails and Slugs.I mean they kinda look the same, except one has a shell, right? Are Slugs just homeless snails?We totally have the answer to that, and, of course, this episode comes with a free PDF you can download that has a Snail vs. Slug graphic and instructions for making a Snail habitat in your yard. You can find it  HERE. If you want to watch the episode and see Talking Tito, you can do that HERE. If you want 10 ways to get your kids outside and off their screens with very little effort on your part, get the free report at https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/10-ways-report If you want to read the Field Journal Blog, you can do that HERE.Until next week, have a slimy adventure in YOUR neighborhood!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/ Facebook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanet Instagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanet Twitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthor email:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com  Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book 
Hello Planeteers!This week's episode is hosted by K.B, and she tells us all about Ocean Layers-what they are, what they’re called, and who lives in what layer.Did you know that places in the Ocean can be 36,000 feet deep? Wow, what can withstand the pressure and cold at that depth? We totally have the answer to that, and, of course, this episode comes with a free PDF you can download that has an Ocean Layer chart, a Marine Animal Habitat chart, and a fun Ocean in a Jar project you can make at home! You can find it  HERE.If you want to watch the episode and see Cartoon K.B., you can do that HERE. If you want 10 ways to get your kids outside and off their screens with very little effort on your part, get the free report at https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/10-ways-report If you want to read the Field Journal Blog, you can do that HERE.Until next week, have a Deep Ocean adventure in YOUR neighborhood! Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/ FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanet Instagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanet Twitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthor email:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com  Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book 
Hello Planeteers!This week's episode is hosted by Captain Jack, and she tells us all about Ladybugs-why they are awesome, where to find them, and how to identify what species live near you.Did you know Ladybugs are also called Lady Beetles and Ladybirds, and there are about 5,000 different species? How can you tell what species your particular ladybugs are?We've got you covered, because, of course, this episode comes with a free PDF you can download that has a Ladybug ID chart, a Lifecycle chart, and a fun Ladybug Feeder project you can make! You can find it  HERE.If you want to watch the episode and see Captain Jack, you can do that HERE.Coming soon: Ladybug House Kits! You can build a house to attract Ladybugs to your yard and give them a place to stay! All the better to observe them, right?  Keep checking back at the shop HERE. They should be listed there soon.If you want 10 ways to get your kids outside and off their screens with very little effort on your part, get the free report at https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/10-ways-report If you want to read the Field Journal Blog, you can do that HERE.Until next week, have a Ladybug Scouting adventure in YOUR neighborhood!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book 
Hello Planeteers!This week's episode is hosted by Dr. Chuck Darwin, and he tells us all about tides-what they are, what causes them, and what the different types of tides are. Did you know you can tell what type of tide the Ocean will have by knowing the type of tide common in the area and what phase the Moon is in? We talked about Moon Phases a couple of episodes ago, so you should know the Moon Phase just by looking at it. If not, be sure to catch that episode. The Moon is a fascinating subject!Of course, this episode comes with a free PDF you can download that has a project you can make, shows examples of different types of tides, and even helps you identify what a rip current looks like. You can get that HERE.Remember that Rip Tides and Rip Currents are different things, but are often referred to as the same. If someone tells you there is a dangerous Rip Tide, they probably mean Rip Current, so be aware that swimming conditions are dangerous. If you get caught in a Rip Current while swimming, remember to swim sideways or at an angle, instead of directly toward the shore in order to escape it. The PDF shows pictures of Rip Currents so you can identify where they are, but that can be difficult to see while you are in the water. Stay safe this Summer!If you want to watch the episode and see Dr. Chuck Darwin, you can do that HERE.If you want 10 ways to get your kids outside and off their screens with very little effort on your part, get the free report at https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/10-ways-report If you want to read the Field Journal Blog, you can do that HERE.Until next week, have a Safe Swimming adventure in YOUR neighborhood!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/ FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanet Instagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanet Twitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthor email:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book 
Hello Planeteers!Happy 4th of July, and welcome to Episode 4 of the Sunsational Summer Minicast series. K.B.  is hosting this episode and she is talking all things related to Climate Change.This week's minicast had a bit of a subject change. We were going to talk about Tides with Dr. Chuck Darwin, but the United States Supreme Court made a ruling to limit the government's ability to combat climate change last week, so we thought we'd talk about what it is, what causes it, and how you can help. As usual, there's a fun activity and worksheet PDF that goes with the episode and is free to download here:https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/post/what-is-climate-changeIf you want to listen to the episode, you can do that here:https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/podcastIf you want to read the Field Journal Blog, you can do that here:https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/blog-1If you want to take a deeper dive, there's a 10-page PDF episode Guide and a 3 Day Lesson Plan you can purchase either separately or bundle together to save. It's pretty inexpensive and gives you a lot more activities and information. You can check them out here:https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/shop It's a temperature-changing good time!Until next week, have a carbon footprint adventure in YOUR neighborhood!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
The Mysterious Moon

The Mysterious Moon

2022-06-2709:31

Hello Planeteers!Welcome to Episode 3 of the Sunsational Summer Minicast series!Captain Jack is hosting this episode and she is talking all things related to the Moon.Did you know that wolves don't actually howl at the Moon?  Jack's got the facts, and being a dog, she would know, right?She also teaches us an easy way to tell if the Moon is waxing or waning immediately. I loved this part!As usual, there's a fun activity and worksheet PDF that goes with the episode and is free to download HERE.If you want to watch the episode and see a talking dog, you can do that HERE.If you want to read the Field Journal Blog, you can do that HERE.If you want to take a deeper dive, there's a 10-page PDF episode Guide and a 14-page 3 Day Lesson Plan you can purchase either separately or bundle together to save. It's pretty inexpensive and gives you a lot more activities and information. You can check them out HERE.  It's a moon-gazin' good time!Until next week, have a Luny, Moony adventure in YOUR neighborhood!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
Hello Planeteers!Welcome to Episode 2 of the Sunsational Summer Minicast series!Tito the treefrog is hosting this episode, and he goes in-depth with not only how to tell the temperature with crickets, but who starting it and when.Did you know there's an actual scientific law about this? There is, and Tito's got the scoop!As usual, we aren't going to leave you hanging. There's an activity and worksheet PDF that goes with the episode and is free to download HERE.If you want to take a deeper dive, there's a 10 page PDF episode Guide and a 13 page 3 Day Lesson Plan you can purchase either separately or bundle together to save. It's pretty inexpensive and gives you a lot more activities and information. You can check them out HERE. It's a chirpin' good time!Until next week, have a night-singing adventure in YOUR neighborhood!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
Welcome to the first episode of the Sunsational Summer Series of Minicasts for kids! Every Monday until the end of August, we'll release a new episode with a playsheet and activity you can do that relates to the subject of the minicast.This week's episode is all about clouds-what are they, how they form, and the different types of clouds.Don't forget the  PDF download with a photo checklist and a couple of cloud-related activities you can do at home. You can grab that HERE.If you want to purchase the 10-page activity PDF, the 3-day lesson plan, or the bundle with both, you can find it HERE.The Field Journal Blog about What Your Kids Can Learn From Clouds can be found HERE.  There are a few freebies in there, too:)Let's enjoy the Summer and do some fun projects together!Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
Coral-Plant or Animal?

Coral-Plant or Animal?

2022-06-1132:49

In this episode all about Coral, that question gets answered and the answer wasn't what I thought it was!I also talk to Marine Biologist Dr. Sharon Wismer about coral reefs and why they are important, what challenges they face, and what we can do about it even if we don't live near the ocean. I don't, do you?Captain Jack tells us the difference between rocks, plants, and animals, Dr. Chuck Darwin gives us the definition of the big, scientific word for this episode and how to pronounce it (and I was saying it wrong, aargg!), and Tito tells us about a fish that's a Superhero around the reef. You might not believe what one of those superpowers is...I also included a free PDF you can download HERE. It has photos of several species of coral, a recommended reading list, and some coral-related project kits that looked like a lot of fun!If you want to learn more about the Superhero of the Reef, it's one of the animals in the Weird & Wacky Endangered Animals book and you can check it out HERE. It was on sale at the time this podcast was released.If you want to watch this podcast as a video, you can do that here:https://youtu.be/FpD5b2f1-VQWebsite: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
Happy Spring to you!Hello, Planeteers! This is Pollinator season, and this episode is all about Butterflies! I had the opportunity to talk to Steve LaWarre, who is the Vice President of Horticulture at Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park here in Grand Rapids, Michigan.He talks to us about the Butterflies Are Blooming exhibition which runs from March 1st to April 30th, and gives us some great ideas about why butterflies are important and what we can do to help them in our own backyards.Chuck Darwin gives us a new word with TWO ways to pronounce it, Tito gives us some weird (and gross) facts about butterflies, and Captain Jack tells us how to tell if we're looking at a butterfly or a Moth.There's a PDF to go along with the episode that has butterfly pictures, vocabulary words, comparison charts,  activities, a reading list, a complete lesson plan, and a product list for projects.  And butterfly apps! You know how I love a good app!!You can download the supplemental PDF with the complete lesson plan here:https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/post/get-your-butterfly-onIf you want to watch this episode as a video on YouTube, you can do that here: https://youtu.be/-wCKqZOwwYwHere are all the links for this episode:Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park: https://www.meijergardens.orgButterflies Are Blooming Exhibition Guide:https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/post/get-your-butterfly-onWebsite: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/  FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanet  Instagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanet  Twitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthor   email:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com  Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW   Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
Happy Earth Day to you...and here is part 2!Happy Earth Day 2021, Planeteers! Since I had so much to talk about, I decided to split this episode into 2 parts, and this is part 2.In this second part, we are going to talk to Tracey Ritchie, who is the Director of Education at EarthDay.org.She tells us all about WHAT Earth Day is, WHEN it started, WHY it started, and WHO started it. (Hint: it's ALMOST as old as me. But not quite...)She gives us some great ideas about what kids and families can do to help the planet. She tells us about the EarthDay.org app and what we can use it for. And, you know how I love a good app!!Don't forget that you can get Weird & Wacky Endangered Creatures for free this week on Amazon and if you do, let me know what you think by leaving a review. I promise I read them all:) Here's the link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YL3ZVLT If you want to watch this episode as a video on YouTube, you can do that here: https://youtu.be/7F7CPRDOglMRemember that this is Part 2 of the Earth Day episode. Part 1 is already available, and we make our own straws so we don't have to use a plastic one. This was a fun project and I hope you get a chance to do it!Here are all the links for this episode:EarthDay.org: https://www.earthday.org/earth-day-2021/Global Earth Challenge App:https://www.earthday.org/actions/join-earth-challenge-2020/Earth Day Activities, PDF: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/post/happy-earth-day-2021-part-1Weird & Wacky Endangered Creatures - Free this week on Amazon:  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YL3ZVLT Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/   FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanet Instagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanet  Twitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthor   email:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com  Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW  Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
Happy Earth Day to you...Happy Earth Day to you...Yes, this week is Earth Day 2021 and I had so much to talk about, I decided to split this episode into 2 parts! In this first part, we are going to do a project that I love:     make our own straws!Seriously, it's not as hard as it sounds. I'll guide you through the whole process. This project will also be featured on the Kids Listen Activity app this week, too, so hopefully, we'll have a bunch of kids making their own straws for Earth Day.Don't forget that you can get Weird & Wacky Endangered Creatures for free this week on Amazon and if you do, let me know what you think by leaving a review. I promise I read them all:) The link is below.If you want to watch this project as a video on YouTube, you can do that here: https://youtu.be/ZKvIsTUZFS8If you want to download the Earth Day Activities PDF,  you can do that here:https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/post/happy-earth-day-2021-part-1Remember that this is Part 1 of the Earth Day episode. Part 2 will be available on Thursday (the actual Earth Day) where I'll have an interview with Tracy Richie, the Director of Education for EarthDay.org. She's going to tell us lots of cool stuff about how Earth Day got started, when, and some other things we can do to help the planet.Here are all the links for this episode:Earth Day Activities PDFhttps://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/post/happy-earth-day-2021-part-1Weird & Wacky Endangered Creatures - Free this week on Amazon:  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YL3ZVLT   Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/   FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanet Instagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanet  Twitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthor   email:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.com  Get the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASW   Get a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
Why do some animals hibernate in winter? Are they lazy? Do they not like winter sports? What exactly is Hibernation anyway?In this second show of season 2, we explore hibernation-what it really is, who does it, who doesn’t do it, and other states that look like hibernation but aren’t. Sound complicated? We break it down for you:)As many animals who do really hibernate ( and also those fake hibernators) are starting to become active again, we wanted to know the real scoop about it. There were a few surprises in this episode, so prepare yourself!Chuck Darwin gives us a couple of different words that mean basically the same thing, but have different reasons and different seasons.Tito gives us some crazy facts about birds that have to do with a state that looks like hibernation but isn’t, and some highly unusual habits some of these birds have been seen doing. Captain Jack asks if any dog species hibernate. She was thinking the answer would be no, but the answer surprised her and it might surprise you too!There is a lesson plan to go along with this episode with recommended reads and hibernation cam links, so you can watch live as bears start to wake up and become active!If you want to watch this episode on YouTube, watch it here:https://youtu.be/QB3HmYA2AYQHere are the links from this episode:Weird & Wacky Creatures 2- we talk about Raccoon Dogs featured in this book.https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YL3ZVLTLesson Plan for Grades 3 to 5: http://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/post/citizens-of-the-hiber-nationWebsite: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
In this episode, we talk about the exciting discovery of a new snake species, and the man who discovered it, Jeff Weinell. He gave K.B some cool facts about the snake, even though it hasn't been studied in the wild. And, even cooler (well, besides the fact that it's a new species) is that he got to NAME it! What name did he decide on and why? If you discovered a new species, what would you name it? K.B. is thinking she might name it after Captain Jack.Chuck Darwin gives us a couple of new words to learn that have to do with the field of snake study, Captain Jack tells us some Snake jokes, and Tito gives us sssome fassscinating factsss about ssssnakes that even K.B. didn't know!If you want the complete lesson plan with activities, download it HERE,and if you only want the coloring page, you can download it HERE.Go have a slithering, hissing adventure in your neighborhood!You can watch this podcast as a video here:https://youtu.be/2Msq4TBYxBIHere are the links for this show:Lesson Plans for 3rd, 4th, & 5th grade: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/podcastColoring page only: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/podcastJeff Weinell Twitter: https://twitter.com/jeffweinellMy book Weird & Wacky Creatures free from 2/1/21 to 2/5/21: https://amzn.to/36n1ihvWebsite: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook featuring my Favorite Weird & Wacky Creatures: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-book
Did you ever want to write and Illustrate your own book?This week, I interview Lori Tayor, Artist, Author, and Illustrator of the Holly Wild Series, a fictional series set in various Michigan parks and outdoor adventure areas. Even though it's a fictional series, the places where Holly and her friends have their outdoor adventures are all real places right here in Michigan. I haven't been to some of them, so now I can't wait to check them out! If you haven't read this series, Summer is a great time to explore new places through books!Also, Chuck Darwin gives us the word for fear of the outdoors, Jack answers a question about the difference between Authors and Illustrators, and Tito gives us some cool facts about one of Lori's pets. (Hint: I feature this cutie in one of my own books and I'd loooove to get one!)Go have a reading, writing, and exploring adventure in your neighborhood with the Holly Wild Series!You can watch this podcast as a video here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1zUpLdFfvpOvcM1w8lZajw?view_as=publicHere are the links for this show:Lori Taylor's website: https://loritaylorart.com/Lori Taylor's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXVAbgTiPF-EpIkKoXN6TNgMy book featuring the W&W Creature Feature: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07YL1MGVHWebsite: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoemail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-bookShop the Weird & Wacky Planet Store: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/store
Happy 4th of July! This week, we talk about SALT: what is it, why do we need it, where do we get it, and the history of it. Did you know salt was used as a form of payment?We also make Firework Art using salt, glue, and glow in the dark paint. Chuck Darwin gives us a word that's used with salty water, Jack gives some tips about calming your dog if he or she is afraid of Fireworks, and Tito tells us some very cool facts about a common, but much-beloved insect. Seriously, it's one of my favorites and I didn't even know most of these facts. Shocking!!This episode is better watched as a video if you want to see how the firework salt art is done, and you can watch it HERE,but you can also listen to it as a podcast on Apple podcasts HERE, or Spotify HERE, or wherever you get your podcasts.Welcome to Season 2!Here are the links to this show:Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-bookShop the Weird & Wacky Planet Store: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/store
This week, we make a fun and easy project just in time for Father's Day by using things we might already have around the house. You can make this out of water and flour if nobody at your house drinks coffee, so don't worry about that!Chuck Darwin gives is a LOT of new words to learn and they all start with the letter"P", Jack tells us who came up with Father's Day (with her own 2 cents added, of course), and Tito gives us some facts about an animal that goes to extremes for his kids. In Tito's opinion, anyway.Enjoy this fun project you can make at home and have a rockin' good time in YOUR neighborhood!Links for this show:Website: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/FaceBook: https://facebook.com/weirdandwackyplanetInstagram: https://instagram.com/weirdandwackyplanetTwitter: https://twitter.com/kbcarrauthoremail:  naturejustgotreal@gmail.comGet the Weird & Wacky Planet series: https://www.amazon.com/K-B-Carr/e/B00XIZ9ASWGet a FREE ebook: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/free-bookShop the Weird & Wacky Planet Store: https://www.weirdandwackyplanet.com/store
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