Kids

10 Easy Ways To Make Music With Your Kids With Alex Mitnick Of Alex & The Kaleidoscopes TV Show

10 Easy Ways To Make Music With Your Kids With Alex Mitnick Of Alex & The Kaleidoscopes TV Show

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I’ve been entertaining kids for 10 years and teaching kids music for even longer. I’ve been a Dad for 16 months, and according to my wife, I’m a serious noise maker! Needless to say, I like having fun with music. Here are 10 easy ways that you can introduce music into your child’s life. 1) Get up and dance. Kids can hardly sit still while music is playing. They just bounce and move and shake and spin to virtually everything they hear! Personally, I’m not a great dancer. I’m a really good side-to-side two stepper, and if there’s a good beat my head will be bobbin’ up and down as well — but that’s about it! The good news is, my limited dance moves can last a pretty long time with my son Miles. Getting up and moving to the music is a great way to connect with your child. Maybe a

Recap: Joey Bada$$ for WAT-AAH!

Recap: Joey Bada$$ for WAT-AAH!

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Last night in SoHo, WAT-AAH! produced a free popup concert featuring Joey Bada$$. Watch our recap.

Sanday Pupils Set Sail To Attend Farm To Fork Trail

Sanday Pupils Set Sail To Attend Farm To Fork Trail

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Children from The Sanday Community School on the Isle of Sanday in the Orkney Isles swapped their classroom for a fishmongers and a supermarket today for a food fact-finding mission to Kirkwall, on the mainland.

10-Year-Old Eco Blogger Joins Demi Lovato, Jonas Brothers For “We Day”

10-Year-Old Eco Blogger Joins Demi Lovato, Jonas Brothers For “We Day”

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Hannah Alper (10) has been called “The future of social media”, “Eco-Warrior”, “Changemaker” and “Activist”. Now, she can add “We Day” speaker to the list!

Smurf Happens: A Short Review on New York’s Smurfs 2 Screening Party

Smurf Happens: A Short Review on New York’s Smurfs 2 Screening Party

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I’ve always loved the Smurfs. For as far as my memory allows, they were always around. Those fun-loving, good-spirited and true blue creatures made you feel good and happy to be who you were — as a kid — and honorably, I still do.