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Squiz Kids is a news podcast, just for kids!

Squiz Kids Today

Squiz Kids Today is your shortcut to the world around you. A quick news podcast for curious kids, it’s your weekday news fix that’s fun, fresh, and agenda-free. The Daily Download gives you levelled literacy activities aligned both to the podcast, and the Australian curriculum.


Friday, 17 September, 2021

Submarines and staying safe; why Iceland wants your footprint; the teenage footy grand final star; and the Masked Singer’s Dannii Minogue.

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Tuesday, March 24

No Olympics for Aussie athletes; the happiest place on earth; Hungry Hippos for old folk; and Boss Baby rules!

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Monday, March 23

Borders close but schools stay open; AFL season suspended; meet the miracle sea-calf; and Dude Perfect in quarantine.

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Friday, March 20

Fortress Australia as our borders close; the ancient fish with human hands; Tigers beat the Blues; and storytime with Olaf.

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Thursday, March 19

PM says school is in; the world’s weirdest jungle dweller; Alaska’s epic dog sled race; and the Black Widow hits the pause button.

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Wednesday, March 18

Aussies in race for coronavirus cure; robots rule in nursing homes; Roger crowned champion sheep dog; and Ariana Grande gets angry.

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Tuesday, March 17

Plenty of food despite panic buying; journey to the bottom of the ocean; short season for the AFL; and Olaf in your living room.

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Monday, March 16

Travellers in quarantine – but school’s still in; Saigon the elephant gets a playmate; our new world surf champ; and the unicorn puppy dog.

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Friday, March 13

The Toy Story coronavirus connection; the rise of prawn plastic; the moo-ving story of a cow on the loose; and Katy Perry’s toot paper.

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Thursday, March 12

Oil and petrol and Russia and you; The Great Toot Paper Crisis Part Two; giant crabs go on robbing spree; and Baby Yoda on a mission.

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Wednesday, March 11

Harry and Meghan say goodbye; the kids combating coronavirus; the one-armed surfing superstar; and here comes Harry Styles.

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