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Looking for a project that mixes crafting and a little bit of saving the planet at the same time? Look no further than the International Plastic Quilt Project.
There are Shakespeare festivals in almost every state of the union, but here are some of our favorites:
Live theater, especially, Shakespeare is good the brain. Here are some tips to watching live Shakespeare with your family
This Black History Month, take the time with your child to listen your way through 80 years of African-American musical royalty.
Here's a guide to teaching your child how to brainstorm productively.
Beethoven is here to stay. Here's how to inspire a love of classical music in your child.
Here's a guide to getting your kids excited about photography.
This photo contest is a great way to get your middle schooler excited about Earth Day.
Art is important in all areas of an early learning program. Read on to learn how art can enhance young children's understanding of math, science and language.
Berklee College of Music is considered one of the premiereschools for young musicians. Now kids across the country can get in on the action for free.
Presents theoretical perspectives, Piaget and Vygotsky, based upon the whole-child view of the intellectual, social, and emotional development of children.
Want to boost literacy? Teach your child to imagine the unimaginable? Cultivate curiosity? Get thee to the theater, and bring your kids.
These parent-child art creations mix the wonder of childhood with the artistic skill that comes with age. Check out this funny and fantastic parent-child art.
You can provide countless opportunities to foster your child's creativity and imagination through these easy activity ideas and suggestions.
Examines how participation in music activities can enhance the physical, language, social-emotional, and cognitive development of young children.
Examines how exposure to art can increase children's artistic knowledge while enhancing their emotional, social, cognitive, and physical development.
Lists the developmental stages of drawing between the ages of one and six, as children develop sensorimotor abilities and go from scribbling to more complex
Summarizes the importance of a rich musical environment in the early years and how rhythm and movement, listening to music and singing develops in young
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