Use art as a way to strengthen your imagination and boost your innovativeness and creativity. Here are some activities:
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Share your passion for music with your child at an early age.
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Celebrate Inauguration Day with these fun facts and reads.
Teach your kids about the candidates and the election process.
The National Children's Chorus schedules auditions for their 2012 spring chorus.
In addition to helping children develop artistic skills and the ability to focus, art instruction fosters an appreciation for the creative process.
Afterschool activities are the perfect venues for allowing children to explore different paths and nurture their talents.
For children, the educational benefits of visiting museums go beyond reinforcing the lessons kids learn in school.
Thanks to the New Jersey Theatre Alliance and its 36 professional member theaters and partner organizations, young people and their families have been exposed to one week of free and discounted professional theater each March for the past 13 years.
If a child has an interest in performing, here are some other ways you can help your little star to shine.
Tips for preparing young children to attend a live theater performance.