Scented pinecone Christmas trees!
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The SEEDS Network, LLC was created to support early childhood educators, administrators, care providers, advocates, supporters and parents of young children via state of the art resources that will be available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. The mission of the SEEDS Network, LLC is to provide parents and early childhood professionals with resources and services that support them in their quest to provide quality care and education to children ages six weeks through age 5.

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Making scented pinecone Christmas trees

  We have been exploring “scents of the season” these past couple of weeks in preschool. As we get ready for Christmas, I saw these cute pinecone trees on The Wool Acorn blog, and I thought this would be wonderful for the children to make. But I wanted to incorporate a holiday scent for the children to explore … so we made sure our pinecones were
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Zumba follow up

I am excited to report that Andrew WON the title of Mr. Rockville High School at this year’s annual fundraiser! Andrew got up in front of an audience filled with parents, teachers and peers and performed Zumba fitness for his talent. With on stage backup from his friends and audience support from his fellow Zumba classmates, Andrew led the number with confidence and style.
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Bringing Zumba ® to teens and staff

In March of 2014 I was asked to teach Zumba ® to teenagers at an area high school.  They were having an all-night volleyball “lock-in” fundraiser and needed some “entertainment” for students waiting for their team to play.  I agreed, but was feeling nervous.  I worked on my playlist for days, wanting to ensure I chose music that these teens were going to like. 
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