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Warrior Kids Podcast

By Lakshmi Hutchinson, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Educational & inspiring celebration of Indigenous cultures.

Podcast Kids & Family Independent Average run time: 15 minutes
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This is an uplifting and educational podcast with so much to offer young listeners. Warrior Kids Podcast introduces kids to words from different Indigenous languages, shares traditional stories, and explores historic and modern-day injustices. The podcast is age-appropriate for the target audience but doesn't shy away from important issues. An episode about how treaties with Indigenous nations have often been broken is explained in a very kid-friendly way. The host starts off by talking about how it's important to keep promises, and moves on to a clear explanation of what treaties are and why they should be honored. She uses the repetition that's necessary for teaching younger kids but always keeps the tone fresh and exciting so that all ages will be interested.

Warrior Kids Podcast not only teaches about Indigenous peoples and Nations, but also helps develop empathy and compassion. What's special about this podcast is that it emphasizes how everyone -- even kids -- can fight for all families, communities, and our planet.

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