Radio WillowWeb is a podcast for kids and by kids from the students at Willowdale Elementary School in Omaha, Nebraska.
Each new show is called a Willowcast.
Each Willowcast can be heard on WillowWeb as an mp3 digital audio file.
Third graders tell us about Native American tribes of the Central Plains as they celebrate Native American Day.
Kindergarteners share what they think is important about President's Day.
A multi-age podcast on Winter Olympics history and facts.
Second graders share what they've learned when studying the basics of matter in science.
Fifth graders share information about the properties of matter.
After studying famous artists and their techniques, second graders from Mrs. Hove's room share their favorite information.
Second graders share what they've learned about being an inventor and about several young inventors who were inspired to use their imaginations!
Fifth graders give information about the office of President of the United States and becoming elected.
Fourth graders share highlights of what they've learned about renewable forms of energy.
Second graders research and report on basic volcano information.
After reading about and researching fish, first graders share what they've learned.
Fifth graders share information about the American Revolutionary War.
Third graders share information about how our ears work and how we distinguish different kinds of sounds.
Fifth graders share information found when researching and studying the thirteen colonies and various aspects of life in Colonial Times.
First graders have learned lots of information about ants after studying habitats in science. You will enjoy the topics of ant royalty, NASA's Antworks, and ant facts.
Fourth grade students at Willowdale Elementary in Millard enthusiastically share information learned during their study of the 12 southeastern United States. Economy, music, tourist attractions, and geography are the focus areas.
Third graders from Mrs. Petta's class have studied holiday traditions around the world. Students report about holidays from Canada, Scotland, Russia, and China plus classmates share some of their own personal holiday traditions.
Fourth graders under the guidance of Mrs. Sempek have researched endangered animals. Join Drew and other fourth graders as they share some of the information they learned.
Fifth graders in Ms. Sanborn's class have studied the history of the United States Constitution. Charlie hosts this show with information on the writing of this document.
Fifth graders in Ms. Sanborn's class have studied sound and light. Spencer host this show about these two important forms of energy. There are seven segments packed with interesting information.
First graders share tons of interesting facts about our solar system. Nikki is your host and she introduces amazing segments about planets, stars, and the moon. Be sure to enjoy the jokes at the end of the Willowcast!
Mandy and her fifth grade friends share segments about the American Revolutionary War.
Fifth graders are here to help you with your writing! Review the 6 Traits of Writing from a variety of skits by fifth graders. Hannah hosts this fun and informative Willowcast!
Willowdale fourth graders have learned a lot about the history of Nebraska. Join your host, Brittney, as she guides you through six educational and entertaining segments about the fantastic state of Nebraska!
Shelby hosts this Willowcast about life in the 13 American colonies. Students from Ms. Sanborn's fifth grade have a lot to share about how people lived in colonial times. You can look forward to segments about torture, geography, manners, and more!
Your host, Sophie, and three friends from Mrs. Haller's third grade classroom are here to tell you all about their home, Omaha, Nebraska. Listen for segments like Geography Lesson, Famous Friends, Sport Central, and more! Go to the show notes at www.mpsom…
Learn about the character trait of Respect! Second graders in Mrs. Gibbons' class have a variety of segments all about respect. Spencer hosts this Willowcast. Respect Rocks!
Katelyn hosts this Willowcast all about Japan! Katelyn is joined by her friends in second grade and introduces several fun and informative segments about Japanese customs, geography, language, and more.
Don't Turn Your Backs, You'll Learn Lots of American Indian Facts! Lauren hosts this Willowcast all about American Indians! Several third graders from Mrs. Huryta's class present a variety of interesting segments all about Native Americans. Go to www.mpso…
Ms. Sanborn's Super Students worked together to bring you an entertaining and informative Willowcast all about the Constitution of the United States of America. Carson is your host and she introduces eight great segments that concentrate on the Constituti…