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  • Carlos Ale Silva

    Namasté for all this info! The text is great and I was wondering if you have this info about Yoga for kids in Spanish. Thanks!

  • Marguerite Pollard

    Atelier is the home schoolers Arts Attack (award winning Art program), it is affordable and an excellent program. http://www.homeschoolart.com

  • Marguerite Pollard

    BBC Muzzy online language learning is a great way to teach foreign languages. It can be used as early as 2 years old as there are tons of non-reader activities. Languages on Muzzy are: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Korean, & Mandarin Chinese, you don’t have to choose a language, they are all a part of the program – and only $89 per year / there are activities, games, songs and a really fun story line. Check it out at http://www.muzzy123.com!

  • Carlos Ale Silva

    Thank you for sharing! I’ve found some schools in South America (where I’m at) are officially incorporating Yoga in their curriculum, so all this information is very interesting! Namasté!