Do you love cookies? We do! Listen to this week’s episode to learn about selling and scouting. We will be in carpool on Feb. 22!
This week, we talk about everything from love to food to our upcoming Black History/Futures program. Listen up and make sure to follow us on instagram @bricoradionola
This week we have a few quick segments to get your February started. What is love? Get ready to find out.
This week’s episode includes a visit to our Reading Room, recordings from our Digital Media night, and a segment from our newest 4th grade DJ. Check out behind the scenes on our instagram- @bricoradionola
Do you love games? We sure do–if you want to hear about video games, soccer, and Mindcraft, we have the episode for you. Keep making, keep playing!
Our afterschool class was back in action last week and we have a few new DJs working hard to make it on air. Listen to the return of “What to Eat”, a shout out for Ms. Akinola-Massaquoi, and a special, special announcement at the very end. We will be looking for that BricoRadio artwork!
Happy New Year. We hope you are finding your voice in the new year. Check out this episode where Ms. Turner tries to prove she is smarter than a 5th grader, and a 4th grader tries to convince you to buy Bloxels. Thanks to all who came to our day camp and all our supporters!
We are putting out new episodes on Tuesday now–this should keep your Tuesdays fun and your editors relaxed. Today we take on these tough questions: would you rather be a goat or a camel? What are your holiday traditions? And how have you grown as a reader? Enjoy your Tuesday!
And we’re back! On this week’s episode, we talk about hot cocoa, Germany and premiere another hit song from the M+B Channel. Plus, check out our live recording from BricFest where kids shared what they want in their dream playgrounds.
This episode has a little bit of everything good: weird rhythms, Bric Fest information, a gym update, and so much more. Shout out this week to Mr. Malik (mixed the song), Spencer (took this picture), Mr. Lewis (deals with our logistical issues) and all the amazing engineers in our after school class who run this station. Run your station.