Already tired of Frosty and Rudolph on repeat? Change things up with some fun Christmas podcasts for kids that will keep the whole family entertained.
Here are five podcasts to listen to all December long—and maybe even a little after the holidays, if you’re still craving that holiday spirit.
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This magical Christmas adventure story follows eight-year-old Holly when her wish sends her to Tinsel Town, where it’s Christmas every day. With the help of new friends including a giant candy cane, a mysterious ornament and a polar bear Queen, Holly has to find out how to get back home before it’s too late.
If your inquisitive tots have a million questions about why we chop down trees and put fragile ornaments on them every year, or who decided that fruit cake was an edible food, then look no further than the Christmas Past podcast for all those curious answers. This podcast tells the nostalgic stories behind all those Christmas traditions you love.
If your countdown to next Christmas starts at midnight on Dec. 26, then this is the podcast for you. The year-round series hosted by Comedian Tim Babb covers everything that makes the holidays quirky and magical, from obscure holiday specials like Emmet Otter’s Jugband Christmas, to the top Hallmark Christmas ornaments to score this year.
For the young movie buffs in your family, each week this podcast brings a new discussion on classic Christmas movies and television specials. Tune in to learn about everything from how the holidays are celebrated at Hogwarts to all your favorite quotes in Home Alone.
Introduce your kids to what life was like before iPads and even—gasp!—television. Santa podcasts his favorite, family-friendly old time radio shows from the Golden Age of Radio.