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songs for seeds Concert at North Regional Library

Come join the band for a FREE concert at North Regional Library!

Named “Best Music Class” by NY Magazine & “Most Magical Music Class” by Red Tricycle, songs for seeds is a rockin’ mujsic program for children newborn to 6 years old. The program that encourages children to sing, dance and play along with a live, three-piece band. Kids rock out with children’s instruments, as well as real drums, guitars, keyboards and different instruments..

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songs for seeds Concert at North Regional Library

Come join the band for a FREE concert at North Regional Library!

Named “Best Music Class” by NY Magazine & “Most Magical Music Class” by Red Tricycle, songs for seeds is a rockin’ mujsic program for children newborn to 6 years old. The program that encourages children to sing, dance and play along with a live, three-piece band. Kids rock out with children’s instruments, as well as real drums, guitars, keyboards and different instruments..

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read across america

Read Across America: Celebrating Dr. Seuss and Stories That Inspire and Empower

March 2nd is National Read Across America Day, a holiday created in honor of the much beloved Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. Generations have grown up reading his books. Who doesn’t know Hop on Pop and The Grinch who Stole Christmas? While Dr. Seuss has said he never wrote his stories with a life lesson […]

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Talking to Kids about Politics Raleigh Moms Blog

The Importance of Discussing Politics with Kids

Growing up, I had absolutely no idea the political affiliation of my parents. They apparently had two major rules: no discussing work (to avoid boredom perhaps) and no discussing politics. They never even told each other who they were voting for in any elections. What in the world did they talk about? Actually, I can’t recall […]

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