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carnival of children’s entertainment – April 30, 2008

Welcome to the April 30, 2008 edition of carnival of children’s entertainment.

Sol Smith presents 10 Great Alternatives to Conventional TV posted at How to be a Bad— Dad.

Celebrities

Silveral presents Celebrities as Role Models | Celebrity News, and Gossip posted at Celebrity News, and Gossip.

Silveral presents The Top Four Music Celebrities We Would Love To See Less Of! posted at Celebrity News, and Gossip.

Elementary School

Kelsey presents Family Game: Don’t Eat Pete!!! posted at Vanilla Joy – Family Fun and Education, saying, “This game is great to play with families of all sizes.”

Hilltown Families presents New Family Music To Defrost Your Frozen Feet! posted at Hilltown Families, saying, “A short review of new indie kids music.”

Leticia Velasquez presents Book Review: The Daring Book for Girls posted at Catholic Media Review.

Mathew Needleman presents The Making Of Tales from the Yard posted at Open Court Resources.com Blog, saying, “The making of a first grade horror film.”

Wayne Buckhanan presents Knowledge, Will, & Means posted at Life, Love, & Learning.

Heroes

GrrlScientist presents Attenborough in Paradise posted at Living the Scientific Life, saying, “A remarkable set of adventures to the South Pacific islands and beyond on DVD as David Attenborough pursues his most deeply burning passions. [educational DVD review]”

High School

Dwayne Tucker presents Be an Entrepreneur! posted at Dwayne Tucker – PhotoShop Blog / Tutorials, saying, “You can do it too! I am Dwayne Tucker from http://DwayneTucker.com”

Raymond presents My Super Sweet 16 – Messing Up and Spoiling Kids For The Next Generation posted at Money Blue Book.

Joe Hitchem presents The Hidden Passion Of Stamp Collecting posted at Start Stamp Collecting, saying, “Learn about the hidden passion of stamp collecting that has been going on for many many years!”

Alvaro Fernandez presents Musical training as mental exercise for cognitive performance posted at SharpBrains, saying, “A great essay by Megan, a high school student, as part of her Psychology class in Red Land High School (West Shore School District, PA).”

Infant

Amanda Harris presents Baby Brain Boosters posted at eFamilyBlogger.

Middle School

Joe Hitchem presents Stamp Collecting For Beginners posted at Start Stamp Collecting, saying, “Tips for beginners looking to start a stamp collection.”

Other

Tip Diva presents Top Ten Tips – Learning An Instrument posted at Tip Diva, saying, “Learning an instrument both valuable and fun. But before you pick up that trumpet or toy with the keyboard, know these important tips.”

Carole G. McKay presents A Blind Eye posted at McKay Today, saying, “Let’s take an honest look and connect the dots.”

Robert Phillips presents DVDs as a Lead Generator posted at How to Create a DVD without Spending a Dime.

Phil B. presents Teaching Patience << Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity, saying, “Parents today want their children to have more than what they had, yet parents often neglect to give their children what they had.”

Robert Phillips presents Are DVD Info Products Profitable? posted at How to Create a DVD without Spending a Dime.

Robyn J McCleary presents Entertainment posted at ENETERTAINMENT.

Anne K presents Another Playing Lesson posted at Doug Kercher Golf.

:: Suzanne :: presents The Ultimate Gift posted at :: adventures in daily living ::.

Trent presents Born to Buy: From Tony the Tiger to Slime Time Live posted at The Simple Dollar.

Pre-school

Amanda A presents Fascinating Creatures: music posted at the library collective, saying, “This CD is targeted at preschool/elementary kids, but I love this album, so I think it’s more broad than just little ones!”

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Carnival of Children’s Entertainment – 1-28-2008

Welcome to the January 28, 2008 edition of carnival of children’s entertainment.

Lin Burress presents How Much Television Is Too Much Television For Children? | Telling It Like It Is posted at Telling It Like It Is.

Middle School

blue skelton presents Production Blog: Camp Rock Movie Trailer posted at Blue Skelton Publications, saying, “Here is the movie trailer for Camp Rock which is a new Disney film starring the Jonas Brothers”

Other

Sagar presents Rainy Day Fun: 36 Ideas to Keep the Family Entertained on a Rainy Day posted at Hurricane Insurance.

Steve Oliphant presents Good Christmas, the Dishes Game posted at Steve Oliphant’s Musings.

Mathew Needleman presents Creating Lifelong Learners posted at Open Court Resources.com Blog, saying, “analysis of the design elements of film making.”

Shaheen Lakhan presents How Terrorism Affects U.S. Children posted at GNIF Brain Blogger.

TherapyDoc presents Controlling Your World and Everyone Else’s While You’re at It posted at Everyone Needs Therapy, saying, “Sometimes grandparents actually have their fingers on the pulse.”

Pre-school

Sarah presents Yo Gabba Gabba! and Jack’s Big Music Show posted at SARAHSPY.

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Carnival of Children’s Entertainment – 12-24-2007

Welcome to the December 24, 2007 edition of carnival of children’s entertainment.

Rebecca Wallace-Segall presents When one boy plays video games… he finds inspiration posted at a community of young writers in new york city.

Danogo presents How to Use Webkinz World: A Guide by Kids… for Kids! posted at Danogo.com – Discover. Inspiring . Media, saying, “Family friendly website for kids that teaches real world financial and computer skills and has Web 2.0 social interaction features.”

Danogo presents Free Movie Review: Not Just Another Fairy Tale posted at Danogo.com – Discover. Inspiring . Media, saying, “Review of the movie Stardust by a 9 year old.”

Amanda presents Review: John Hinson CD posted at Pajama Mommy.

Frugal Duchess presents Looking for Sea Cows: My Daughter’s Frugal Play Date posted at The Frugal Duchess, saying, “Scenario: School vacation and my daughter, age 9, was home with a friend. We were set for a trip to the Miami Children’s Museum, but the girls invented their own frugal fun with little prompting from me.”

Celebrities

blue skelton presents Production Blog: Best of Both Worlds Hannah Montana posted at Blue Skelton Publications, saying, “Here is some video from the Best of Both Worlds, Hannah Montana concert tour. This is your first glimpse at the movie that will take you on tour with Miley Cyrus as she tours America performing as Hannah Montana.”

chris chynoweth presents PBS: Two Hands with the music of Ben Harper & Jack Johnson posted at DropKick MonKey, saying, “This is a great televsion commercial for PBS featuring thre music of Ben Harper & Jack Johnson. Cusious George and the count from the sesame street also make an appearance.”

Elementary School

200motels presents The Ballad of Frankie Lee posted at 200motels.net, saying, “A Little Dog and Cat Caught in Hurricane Katrina (Poem)”

High School

Theresa L. Twogood presents The ‘New Dark Ages’ posted at OLIN e-Book e-Publishing.

Other

Warren Wong presents How To Feel Better And Be Happier posted at Personal Development for INTJs, saying, “Some practical tips you can use now to feel better and be happier.”

Sagar presents 27 Creative Ways to Keep Kids Entertained While Flying posted at Travelhacker.

Pre-school

Fred Black presents Dust Off Your Tutu! posted at Fred Black: Internet Business Blog..

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Carnival of Children’s Entertainment – November 21, 2007

Welcome to the November 21, 2007 edition of carnival of children’s entertainment.

Tiffany Washko presents Eco Books for Kids – Barefoot Books posted at Natural Family Living Blog.

Heroes

Jon Swift presents Harry Potter Is a Brat posted at Jon Swift, saying, “Harry Potter is a terrible role model. He is a petulant, self-pitying brat who routinely breaks rules that he believes don’t apply to him.”

High School

Rebecca Wallace-Segall presents When one boy plays video games… he finds inspiration posted at a community of young writers in new york city, saying, “Media, video game culture, teens”

Middle School

blue skelton presents Production Blog: icarly.com posted at Blue Skelton Publications, saying, “icarly.com is a new fan-generated content show from Nickelodeon. The show is hosted by Miranda Cosgrove from the smash WB hit Smallville. The show will incorporate footage from real kids who have submitted videos to the show.”

Other

James Finn presents Why am I here? posted at A Work in Progress, saying, “I am developing a children’s tv show. The blog talks about the stages that I am in, as well as my interest in past and present children’s programming.”

Carmen Vj presents Buy Your Webkinz: Welcome To Buy Your Webkinz posted at Buy Your Webkinz.

Meredith Mathews presents Set your Tivo: Music Awards, New Comedy & Fall Classics! posted at Lemonade Stand, saying, “November has several finales, a few of much-anticipated premieres, and special holiday programming for the whole family. Get your remote in hand and set your Tivo DVR to catch some of these programs this month.”

Dana presents Principled Discovery » Educational Television, A Misnomer? posted at Principled Discovery, saying, “I am not exactly sure this fits, but maybe it does?”

Carole G. McKay presents Toys for Tots: The Sequel posted at McKay Today, saying, “An expanded view that looks beyond media to the whole subject of entertainment for our children, the motivation behind the marketing, and what we can do about it.”

Pre-school

Jenny presents Strummin’ on the Old Banjo posted at the so called me.

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