Deserted Music Room
Deserted – Music Room
Distribution: Asian American print publications
Running Dates: 10/25/02 – 11/30/03 and 01/06/03 – 05/19/03
Empty music room with instruments, chairs, sheet music, music stands…
Your nephew here…Your sister here….Your student here….Your cousin here….Your grandchild here…Your niece here….Your brother here…
Places that build happy, healthy children shouldn’t be deserted
Children who spend too much time in front of a computer or TV may be missing out. Being part of a team, like playing in an orchestra or other group activity, can increase their capacity to learn, develop self–discipline, and instil an appreciation for the rewards that come from hard work. Open the world to the children in your life by encouraging them to go out and play. Visit www.VERBparents.com for information on activities for children.
A Campaign to Build Healthy Children
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- Page last reviewed: August 1, 2007 Historical Document
- Page last updated: August 1, 2007
- Content source: National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Adolescent and School Health