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There are many people who remember the tender and successful series Rugrats, which tells of different adventures experienced by a group of children consisting of Tommy, Carlitos, Angelica, Phil, and Lil, among others.


The project was on the Nickelodeon table for some time. They wanted to resurrect the Rugrats: Adventures in diapers to meet Tommie and his gang to a new generation of boys and girls. The idea

Reading should be fun. As mentioned on our radio show there are a few ways to keep the chidren engaged in reading activities. We hope that these help you and get your young ones on the right track. Let us know how it works out on our facebook page @mykingstonkids.

Here are our top six ways to encourage kids to love music: 

1. Listen

We have more access to music than ever before. When it comes to listening to music with your kids, I recommend listening to music you love and trying to expand your musical tastes—both for the benefit of your kids and for yourself. 

Children are born without a musical bias. If they love a song, it’s because they love a song. Their taste in music is pure and untainted by what other people and the media tell them they should like.

Ultimately, the instrument you and your child choose should depend on a number of factors. Here's a list of questions to consider before bringing home a new music maker:


• Is your child excited about the instrument? Does she like the way it sounds and feels? Some music schools offer a "petting zoo" that introduces kids to multiple instruments.