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20 Jun · chris@bostonstringquartet.com · No Comments

Order Confirmation

Waitlist rules and processes 1. Waitlisted families are contacted in order of applications received. 2. Notices are emailed at the beginning of each month to all families. 3. Upon offer of enrollment, space is reserved for 48 hours. Acceptance of enrollment must be received by writing. 4. Families may defer enrollment indefinitely, and will be …

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19 Jun · Anna Arteaga · No Comments

Fidget Spinner Craze

    Ah, fidget spinners. The latest toy fad to conquer many children’s interests in different countries including the US and Ecuador. Originally marketed as an antidote for attention deficit disorder, autism and anxiety, (Pappas, 2017) they can now be found at Amazon.com, in stores and even on the streets of NYC’s Chinatown for prices …

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13 Jun · Anna Arteaga · No Comments

Father’s Day – 10 Reasons to be Thankful

Father’s Day – 10 Reasons to be Thankful This article is based on my personal life experiences with my father, and is written for all the fathers and father figures of the world, and for all those who aspire to be fathers one day too. _________________________________________________________________________   When I was five and received my first …

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9 Jun · Bibi · No Comments

Easy Father’s Day Gifts Kids Can Make

  Photo credit: pixabay.com     One of the best gifts you can receive from your kids is something that they made by hand (especially with you in mind!). So, this Father’s Day consider helping your kids make dad a gift he’ll treasure. From rock paperweights to hand print art, there are lots of fun …

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26 May · Anna Arteaga · 10 Comments

How Summer Affects Kids Learning

      For ages, kids yearn for summer to start as the year end comes near. Summer means warmer weather, outdoor fun, perhaps pool days or family trips too. But it has been proven that summer break is not necessarily beneficial for all children, especially those who do not have access to academic programs …

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22 May · Anna Arteaga · 4 Comments

10 Ways to Remind Your Kids You Love Them

10 Ways to Remind Your Kids You Love Them     Send them little surprise notes in their lunchboxes When I was little, nothing beat opening up my lunch bag to find a little note from my mom taped to my little Ziploc bag full of baby carrots. It reminded me she was thinking of me, …

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18 May · Bibi · No Comments

5 Fun Dances and Dance Games to Teach Young Kids

Not only is dancing fun for young kids, but it can improve their physical health and boost their social skills, communication skills, and self-esteem. What’s more, teaching your kids how to do these dances—and possibly doing the dance with them—is sure to make for lots of laughs and fun! Here are five easy dances and …

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16 May · Anna Arteaga · No Comments

Nail Polish

Nail Polish   Nail polish has been prevalent in the American society for many years. It is no surprise though, that the beloved accessory is full of harmful chemicals, given away by the first whiff of strong smell you get when opening a bottle of said product.   According to the Huffington Post (2015), new …

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12 May · Anna Arteaga · One Comment

Refreshing Summer Snacks

  As well all know, summer is near. So is warmer weather, and longer days and children who need to be entertained, and fed of course. Snacking is important for children as their small stomachs need to fill up more frequently because of all the energy they burn! In fact, snacks don’t have to be …

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4 May · chris@bostonstringquartet.com · 4 Comments

American Heritage Songbook

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Winner of Best of Boston 2017 by Boston Magazine. Now, imagine a place where children are encouraged to make mistakes, two-year-olds are learning how to play the violin, and teachers are encouraging children to explore the limits of their potential.

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