Music Review: Nipple Confusion

The title of this CD, “Nipple Confusion,” lets the listener know that this children’s music album is something quite different than the usual fare. As with many quirky children’s books, however, I’m sure the kids will enjoy the offbeat subjects. My favorite tune is the introductory “Ease In,” which has […]

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P.E.A.C.E. Project 2019: Creating a Classroom Community through the Integration of Art Media and Books

The P.E.A.C.E Projects is an initiative to sponsor and mentor Early Childhood Educators, in promoting Peace Education for young children in the classroom. We will feature more P.E.A.C.E Projects in the August Newsletter. By Wendy Castro, Fullerton College Child Development & Educational Studies Laboratory School. When children are working with […]

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Action Alerts!

Presidential Debates Continue The Democratic Party will hold the second round of presidential primary debates in Detroit, Michigan, on July 30-31, 2019. The debate is limited to 20 candidates with 10 candidates participating each night. Twenty candidates have qualifiedi.it for these debates. The Democratic National Committee will use tiebreaker criteria […]

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International Mud Day Celebration

International Mud Day started at the 2009 World Forum event by two women: Gillian McAuliffe from Australia and Bishnu Bhatta from Nepal. Both discussed the challenges faced in their own countries, when thinking about children playing in mud. In Perth, Australia, it is the lack of creating mud due to […]

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