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The Children's Hour
7:14 am
Fri December 12, 2014

Waiting for Snow

A snowy house in Santa Fe

Sat. 12/13, 9am:  We're peeking into the National Weather Service's crystal ball with meteorologist Kerry Jones to determine if it will snow in New Mexico. How does the NWS predict winter weather, and what kind of patterns do they see in our climate?  Also, Ophelia will talk about what's going on at the Railyards in Albuquerque, and we'll celebrate the birthday of science fiction writer Tamora Pierce. Plus great music, our KUNM Kids Birthday Club, a family events calendar and more.  Join us! 

The Children's Hour
11:46 am
Fri December 5, 2014

Singalong with Susie Tallman

Charlotte is ready to dance!
Credit Chanda Shaw

Sat. 12/6, 9am:  Susie Tallman and Friends will join us for a sing-along dance party live in our studio. Plus, we'll learn about winter break camps for New Mexico kids.  Along with the KUNM Kids Birthday Club members, we'll celebrate the birthday of the lyricist, Ira Gershwin. Join us!

The Children's Hour
7:55 am
Fri November 21, 2014

Gratitude

From http://vidyasury.com

Sat. 11/22, 9am:  There is so much to be thankful for, as we explore gratefulness with teacher and musician Sean Etigson and some of his students. Gratitute ... it's an attitude. 

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The Children's Hour
11:05 am
Thu November 13, 2014

Screentime & Kids

Credit Katie Stone

Sat. 11/15, 9am:  We're opening up the phone lines to kids (and kids only) to find out what you're doing on computers at home, school or for fun. How do kids balance the physical world and the digital worlds, and what rules are in different houses?  Plus we're releasing chipmunks in the studios. We'll have great music, a family event calendar, and celebration of birthdays - join us! 

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The Children's Hour
9:49 am
Wed October 8, 2014

Digging In - Archaeology in New Mexico

Chaco Canyon Chetro Ketl great kiva plaza
Credit US National Park Service

    

Sat. 10/11, 9am:  New Mexico has a human history dating back over 12,000 years.  Archaeologist Eric Blinman, from the Museum of New Mexico, will join us in the studio to teach us about archeology. We'll learn about the job of the archaeologist, plus find out what to do if you discover an ancient artifact in the woods, or even in your back yard.  With great music, our family events calendar, the KUNM Kids Birthday Club, and so much more, we'll dig into our past. 

The Children's Hour
1:30 pm
Thu July 17, 2014

The Rio Grande, Past, Present & Future

The Rio Grande is the heart of New Mexico
Credit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rio_Grande

Sat. 7/19, 9am:  The Rio Grande is the heart of New Mexico. We'll learn how the river looked in the past, what it's doing now, and what we can expect for the future. The Rio Grande stretches a magical 2,401 miles, from its source in Colorado, all the way to the far southern border of the United States. Joining us is Jennifer Scheutz from the Bosque Ecosystem Monitoring Project.  Plus, the cast of James and the Giant Peach will roll through the studio.

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The Children's Hour
1:14 pm
Tue May 6, 2014

Mother's Day

Four generations of mothers
Credit Stone Family Collection

Sat. 5/10, 9am:  In honor of Mother's Day, we'll celebrate moms.  Learn about the origin of this holiday, and find out what happened on May 10th in history.  We'll have a calendar of events, plus our KUNM Kids Birthday Club. 

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The Children's Hour
7:22 am
Thu April 17, 2014

Summer Camp Opportunities for Kids

Campers in ABQ BioPark's Undersea Adventures tour the top of the Shark Tank.
Credit cabq.gov/biopark

Sat. 4/19, 9am:  Summer camps are accepting registrations around New Mexico. We'll be joined in the studio by folks from the Sky Velvet Vasser Foundation talking about their scholarships for Hummingbird Music Camp, and we'll have a visit from the education staff at the Albuquerque BioPark.  We'll also have this day in history, the KUNM Kids Birthday Club, and of course, great music.  

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