IPad Music Downloads can be get very expensive if you’re not paying attention. Have you ever considered how much you are spending per year on paid per track downloads? You probably can buy 2 or 3 more iPads at that rate.
Take in some local artwork- ArtSpace at 231 E. Main St. in downtown Round Rock features the work of local artists and is open 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Wednesday through Saturdays plus 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays. Additionally, the Williamson County Jester Annex, 1801 E. Old Settlers, Round Rock, has artwork from local artists on display daily during regular county business hours. Admission to both venues is free.
Video shops – If you are a movie buff, visit video shops frequently. It’s possible for you to meet eligible guys to date who watch the same genres of movies as you. Try renting videos or buying DVDs during the weekend. Video shops are full during off-work days.
Rebecca is a 14-year old singer from Anaheim, California. Her mother paid a local record label called ARK music Factory to film a kenget e reja video and release a single for a pre-written track entitled “Friday”. Soon after the playful track was posted, it became a viral sensation. To many people’s surprise the song became a worldwide smash, making the Billboard charts and earning Rebecca spots on Good Morning America and The Tonight Show. Stephen Colbert even covered the song recently with Jimmy Fallon, Taylor Hicks and The Roots. Conan O’Brian and Andy Richter did their own cover version called “Thursday.” It was also covered by the hit TV show Glee.
Board games, this is a great gift to get the whole family involved, there are so many games both educational and fun. Some ones I would suggest are Candy land, Chutes and Ladders; High Ho Cherry-o, Monopoly Jr., or any of the other great games available. These games can provide your 6-7 year old girl with a great learning experience or just a great afternoon or evening of family time fun.
Count n’ Bounce – For kids just learning to count, a fantastic game to reinforce numbers is this counting game. Simply have your little one count (one, two, three, four…) each and every time they bounce. After they have counted as high as possible, they have to stop bouncing. They can then start again from the beginning. This may seem like a super easy exercise, but it will attain a couple of things. First, it encourages your little one to try learning to count higher to achieve more bounces per round. Second of all, it will help strengthen the numbers they previously understand by tying them to a physical activity. Lastly, it gives your youngster a reason to exercise!
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