Children

Cooking And Kids - Instantly Homemade Soup

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Vlada's Seeds Of Life - Cooking And Kids - Instantly Homemade Soup

Turning instant soup into a nutritious and delicious homemade meal -These simple and easy instructions will encourage everyone, even those who think they can't cook, to get into a kitchen and turn ordinary "instant" food into an amazing homemade meal. Our special gust Hunter joins us in this episode to prove that even kids could do this...Good food is even better when shared with family and friends....which means it's time for a family time.

Cooking and Kids - Superhero Breakfast

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Vlada's Seeds Of Life - Cooking And Kids - Superhero Breakfast

Eating nutritious breakfast is very important for everyone, especially for kids. In this episode we are inviting one of the Americas' top chefs to share his twist of delicious salmon omelette. After fun time in kitchen we moving into a interview with chef Daragh to find out more about his childhood in Ireland and his opinion on fast food and childhood obesity in America.

In The Studio - Liberia: Today and Tomorrow

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Quanuquanei A. Karmue, Executive Director of Save More Kids.

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topics discussed include: how the devastation of Liberia's two civil wars has created the current demographic and economic circumstances, those circumstances, what Save More Kids does, and visions for Liberia's future.

Recorded 01/16/20.

In The Studio - Civil War through the Eyes of a Child

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Quanuquanei A. Karmue, Author of Witness: A Civil War through the Eyes of a Child.

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topics discussed include: the history of Liberia, the two Liberian civil wars, Quanuquanei's experiences of the war as an eight year old child, the violence and devastation wrought by the war.

Recorded 01/16/20.

Davis Parent University - Katherine Reynolds Lewis - The Good News About Bad Behavior: Why Kids Are Less Disciplined Than Ever-And What to Do About It

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The Good News About Bad Behavior: Why Kids Are Less Disciplined Than Ever-And What to Do About It

With Author
Katherine Reynolds Lewis

and Moderator
Pamela Wu

Presented by Davis Parent University

And Community Partners:
Davis Schools Foundation
Davis Joint Unified School District
Davis Media Access
Saint James School

Recorded by
Davis Media Access
October 16, 2019
Brunelle Theater, Davis High School

Yolo YoYo's Episode #2 - Touch-a-Truck - September 22, 2019

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Touch‐A‐Truck is an educational community event that provides children a hands‐on opportunity to see and touch heavy machinery and meet the people who operate it.

Touch‐A‐Truck 2019 was located at the outside of Woodland Public Library. Trucks and official vehicles from all over town were there to visit with kids and their families. The Yolo YoYo's visited, touched and played on tractors, a double decker bus, fire truck, garbage truck, an armored car, oil truck, crane, ambulance, police car (including a real-live chase scene!), wore a bullet-proof vest and much more!

In The Studio - Lead4Tomorrow

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Lin Weaver hosts Greg Bourne, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Lead4Tomorrow.

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topics discussed include: mission of strong, healthy families, guest's background that lead to creating lead4tomorrow, models of leadership, positive parenting program, family hui, east african partnerships, strategies for the future, fundraising.

Recorded 06/13/19.

Davis Parent University - Unselfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed In Our All-About-Me World - Michele Borba - Oct 2017

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Davis Parent University presents Unselfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed In Our All-About-Me World with author Michele Borba, ED.D.

Moderated by Pamela Wu

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Recorded by Davis Media Access in October 11, 2017 at the Brunelle Theater, Davis High School.