Several early childhood providers were trained by Shari Williams from The Family Conservancy at KCPT January 12. The title of the workshop was “Teaching Friendship Skills to Children.” KCPT hosts four per year for area early childhood providers, this was the second workshop. The group received 2 hours of continuing education credit from The Family Conservancy. The next workshop will be March 8 entitled “What Counts in Learning to Count.” For more information please contact Janet Coolidge at email@example.com.
Skate with Clifford the Big Red Dog at the Crown Center Ice Terrace on Saturday, Feb. 25, 2012 from 10 am to 1 pm.
Admission & Skate Rental:
Adults and kids over 5 years old – $6.00
Children 5 and under – FREE
Over age 60 – FREE
Skate Rental – $3.00
No advance tickets or reservations. Purchase tickets and skate rentals the day of the event.
Shalom Sesame is an adaptation of Sesame Street, the children’s television show. It was produced in 1986 and 1990 for public television stations in the United States, aimed at introducing Israel and Judaism to children.
It includes characters from both Sesame Street and Rechov Sumsum, the Hebrew/Arabic version of Sesame Street, produced and aired in Israel, the Palestinian territories, and Jordan.
Also, as with the American series, the series featured special guests well-known to American viewers. Guests included Itzhak Perlman, Bonnie Franklin, Mary Tyler Moore, Mandy Patinkin, Alan King, Joan Rivers, Nell Carter, Jerry Stiller & Anne Meara, Tracey Gold, B.B. King, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Paul Schaffer.
Watch Monday, December 26, 2011 at 11am.
Sid the Science Kid estimates that hundreds of scientists came to see him at Kansas City’s Union Station on December 3, 2011. Families compared and contrasted appetites over a pancake breakfast, made hypotheses about the wait to get a picture with Sid and used their Official Scientist Journals to investigate Union Station’s Science City. You can print your own Official Scientist Journal.
Explore the slideshow from Sid’s visit below.