Tumble is an award-winning science podcast aimed at grades K-8. Students love to listen and learn with Tumble Science Podcast for Kids! There are over 120 episodes covering all topics of science. Episodes are 15-20 minutes long, with points to pause and discuss.
WAYS TO USE TUMBLE IN THE CLASSROOM
In class listening exercises
Sparking classroom discussion
Examples of real-world science tied to curriculum
Diverse STEM careers and role models
Inspiration for project and place-based learning
Models to create classroom podcasts
Suggestions for at-home activities
With a wide variety of free and low-cost resources, Tumble makes high quality science storytelling accessible to all students - even the kids who think they don’t like science!
Activate your students’ imagination and listening skills through Tumble!
The opportunities for creative engagement with podcasts are endless.
CHECK OUT THE BLOG
For every Tumble episode we create a blog post to help listeners at home and in the classroom dive deeper. We include downloadable transcripts, suggested free resources including videos, podcasts, books, articles, and websites to explore. Selected episodes also have the NGSS alignment tags to connect with your lesson plans.
EXPLORE MORE BY STANDARD
“Cataloging the Universe” is more than a podcast. It’s interactive! Each episode - or lesson - in this series contains activities to complete while you listen. Plus, you’ll get discussion questions, graphic organizers, and a star journal to keep your observations in.
Intended for students in grades 3-5, but any age with the help of a parent, caregiver, or teacher!!
Post tags: Astronomy, stars, audio courses, NGSS: 5-ESS1-1
OUR TEACHER STORE
Explore our Teacher Store for curriculum packages, graphic organizers, disscussion questions, activites, music, and more.
SAMPLE OF CURRICULUM PACKAGES
Do you use Tumble in your classroom? We would love to hear about.
Suggestions about additional materials you need? Or topics you would like us to cover? Please reach out!
Want Tumble to come to your classroom, library, or school?
Great! We do virtual and in-person events.