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    Where to find activities for 8 year olds
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    vickrn0718 posted:
    Does anyone know where is a good website that offers music classes, dance or art for 8 years old. I want to get my daughter involved in positive activities and get her away from the computer which is not good at all.
     
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    momuv4girls responded:
    Your local "parents or family" newspaper publications are a great way to find activities.

    Also, your local parks and recreation department.

    Talk to other parents who your daughter goes to school with.

    Go into your daughters school office and ask the school secretary.

    Log onto the computer and google local dance studios.

    -Just a few ideas !!
    Take care,
    -Kathleen


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