Parents' Guide to

Food Crimes

By Claire Crossman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Food-centered parody court show teaches conflict resolution.

Podcast Entertainment Pinna Average run time: 20 minutes
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While it doesn't aim to be an educational podcast, this show explores debate and resolution skills valuable to anyone, no matter their age. Food Crimes proves to young listeners that disagreement doesn't need to lead to fighting, but can instead be constructive, fun and peaceful. Parents will enjoy the life lessons this podcast helps teach their kids, as well as the healthy way it models conflict resolution. Episodes are both entertaining and short enough to keep the attention span of younger listeners. This show is perfect for kids who love to debate and share their strong opinions. Even if your child doesn't aspire to become a lawyer, it gives them helpful communication skills they can use at any phase of life.

Podcast Details

  • Release date: May 27, 2021
  • Genre: Entertainment
  • Average Run Time: 20 minutes
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  • Host: N/A
  • Production Company and Network: Pinna
  • Pricing structure: Free to try, Paid (Only a limited number of shows are available for free on listening platforms. In order to get access to all shows you must subscribe on available listening apps for $3.99/month or subscribe to the Pinna app for full access to all shows for $71.88/year or $7.99/month.)
  • Topics: Cooking and Baking
  • Last updated: November 28, 2022

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