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Dance

Physical, Emotional, Social and Cognitive

Development through Creative Movement

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Sports

Healthy Development

through Physical Activity

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Parenting

Guidance and Skills Development

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Visual Arts

Social and Academic Impact

through Arts Education

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Music

Academic and Developmental Benefits

of Music Exposure

Parenting

Get Out and Play

Kurdish
بڕۆ دەرەوە و یارى بکە
نۆرینگەى پزیشکیە بەلاشەکان کە بریتین لە رێنماییی بەیسبۆل و بەرنامەدانانى خۆراکى بۆ گەنج و خێزانەکانیان
هەموو ساڵێک, کۆمپانیاکانى ریپکین بەیسبۆل و گەیەنت فوود, بەشدارى لە گەورەترین زنجیرە سەوزەفرۆشى هەرێمى لە واشنتۆنى پایتەخت دەکەن بە هاوبەشى بۆ میوانداریکردنى زنجیرەیەک لە نۆرینگەى تەندروستى و لەشجوانى دەرەکى بۆ منداڵەکان و

Parents Largely Unaware of Early Signs of Communication Disorders in Children

KURDISH
باوان بةزؤرى بيَئاطان لة نيشانةكانى ثيَشوةختةى ثةيوةندى ناريَكى لة مندالَان
كؤمةلَةى ئةمريكى قسة- زمان- بيسنت )ASHA )كاردةكات بةرةو يارمةتيدانى باوان بؤ دةستنيشان كردنى نيشانةكانى ثيَشوةختة.
كؤمةلَةى ئةمريكى قسة- زمان- بيسنت )ASHA )زؤربةى ثةيوةندى ثيشةطةرانة نيشاندةدةن دةلَيَن باوان بة شيَوةيةكى طشتى بيَئاطان لة نيشانةى هؤشداريي ثيَشوةختة لة ثةيوةندى ناريَكي, وة نة ئةوان لة

Every Kid Healthy Week

Kurdish:
هەفتەى تەندروستى گشت مندالێک
رووداوەکانى قوتابخانە و کۆمەڵگا تیشک دەخەنە سەر گرنگى زیندەگى لەش ساغى و تەندروستى قوتابی
هەموو ساڵێک, قوتابخانەکان ئاهەنگ دەگێرن لەسەرتاسەرى وڵاتان بە بۆنەى هەفتەى تەندروستى گشت منداڵێک, بە بۆنەى دەسکەوتەکانیان لە رێگاى دروستکردنى ژینگەى فێرکردنى تەندروستر بۆ قوتابیان. لە ساڵى 2013 ەوە, زیاتر لە پەنجا هەزار قوتابخانە و

Bedtime Math’s Crazy 8s Club Reduces Kids’ Math Anxiety

Bedtime Math’s Crazy 8s club reduces children’s feelings of math-related anxiety, according to a study led by Johns Hopkins University psychologists.

Crazy 8s is America’s largest recreational after-school math club for young children. Kids in kindergarten through second grade and third through fifth grade explore math through play, engaging in high-energy,

Music

Sarah McLachlan School of Music offers free music programs

Sun Life Financial deepens commitment to making music education accessible to more Canadians
Sun Life Financial and Grammy and Juno Award-winning artist, Sarah McLachlan, eunsure at-risk and underserved children and youth in Vancouver through the Sarah McLachlan School of Music. The organization continues to gain access to best-in-class music programs, free

Meet two-year-old drummer Lennox

The young musician has hundreds of thousands of video views
Two-year-old Lennox Howard Noble is a drummer in the making. The young musician can always be seen beating on something while sucking on his binky. He started playing at about 18 months old and has quite the talent.

“Anywhere we would go,

TV

Playing an Instrument Benefits Your Brain

No matter whether you’re a child or an adult, when you listen to music, your brain becomes more engaged and active. However, when you play an instrument, your brain gets more of a “full body workout,” according to studies. In the video below, Anita Collins (TED ED) explains the fireworks that go off in musicians’ brains when they play. The video also examines some of the long-term positive effects of this mental workout. These benefits can have a huge impact on a child’s life as they learn to play from an early age.

Hong Kong piano prodigy

Tsung Tsung, the Hong Kong 8-year-old piano prodigy everyone is talking about, has garnered more than ten million views on YouTube. He began playing piano at the age of three and was certified in Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) on the age of four. His extraordinary talent has garnered him a prize in Steinway International Piano Competition and invitations to perform around the world.

Asian Kids Sing Beautifully

Ten year old Jeffrey Li and and seven year old Celine Tam shock the world with their beautiful voices singing Josh Groban’s “You Raise Me Up” on the television show, China’s New Generation of Sound. The viral video has gained more than 6.7 million views on YouTube.

Arts Education

Sarah McLachlan School of Music offers free music programs

Sun Life Financial deepens commitment to making music education accessible to more Canadians
Sun Life Financial and Grammy and Juno Award-winning artist, Sarah McLachlan, eunsure at-risk and underserved children and youth in Vancouver through the Sarah McLachlan School of Music. The organization continues to gain access to best-in-class music programs, free

Paper Source creates Kids Art Camp

Kids Art Camps continues to support art education
Paper Source, curator of creative inspiration for over three decades, creates Kids Art Camp day where it encourages kids to be creative through art. The program can be used throughout the world to get kids to use various crafting techniques and tools to

Global Efforts

Help Get Social and Emotional Learning into Schools

Be Part of the Solution combats bullying, substance abuse and mental illness
Be Part of the Solution is a campaign to keep our children safe by providing schools with a program that includes the skills and tools that scientific research has proven can reduce and even prevent bullying, substance abuse and

Syrian children take part in iftar meal for Ramadan

The kids held a cooking competition to prep for the meal
Many cultures often take food for granted, but this isn’t the case for residents in the rebel-torn country of Syria. Pictures have been circulating the web showing children in Douma sharing a rare Ramadan feast amidst torn up streets and homes

Are kids prepared for 100 healthy years?

World Health Organization statistics show that today’s children are likely to be the first to live 100 years, as global life expectancy continues to increase. During the Global Consumer Health Debate, The United Nations (UN), UNICEF, UNAIDS, World Obesity Federation and McKinsey discuss how children can live 100 healthy years.

Syrian school children affected by war

The Syrian Conflict has taken hundreds of thousands of lives and has caused severe economic consequences through the worn-torn country of Syria. While thousands have fled the country in hopes for a better life elsewhere, many — including school children — remain and must deal with on going airstrikes and daily attacks from ISIS terrorists.

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