1. March 10, 2013 11AM All Remix

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    Jesus' First Disciples

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    • Collectible Legos - 02-24-11

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      Young Collectors

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      • Impact of After School Programs (FIRST) on 21st Century Education and Career Choices

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        from the 2010 NH Partnerships for Education Conference, May 15, Concord, NH. Presenter: Roseann Stevens, Vice President, FIRST, and students Learn how FIRST LEGO and Robotics competitions (here in NH and around the US) help students discover and develop a passion for science, engineering, technology and math. Young people who participate learn team-building and presentation skills from experienced mentors, coaches and volunteers — and gain invaluable experience for succeeding in college and careers. Students enrolled in these programs are also eligible to apply for over $12 million in scholarships.

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        • Denver Young Collectors Club - January 10, 2013

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          Hosts Josh & Mo talk with us about some great new additions to the Lego Family and about an exciting trip to the Antiques at the Wings.

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          • Montana Makers Kits - Show & Tell

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            What is this makerspace idea, anyway, and why would you want one in your library? Join us for a quick review of the Montana Makers pilot of the State Library, what’s in the makerspace kits, and what cool and inspiring STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) activities your library colleagues from around the state have been doing with them. Presented by Cara Orban. CE category: library Services to the Public Originally recorded on January 28, 2015

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            • Building Blocks (Scott Nelson and Susan Griss) on The Intentional Parent EP#9

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              Episode Synopsis Designer, Scott Nelson, and educator consultant, Susan Griss, join Tina and Greg to talk about products and ideas for gifts families that enjoy design and interactive learning. Scott and Susan share their wealth of knowledge on how to really allow for opening up children's minds and the panel discusses motor skills, creativity and kinesthetic learning. Guest Bios Scott Nelson is a Parent and Designer of the Builder Bag, a wonderful invention designed to make play time and clean up simple and fun! Susan Griss is an educational consultant in the fields of arts & education who specializes in professional development for classroom teachers. She is also the author of the book Minds in Motion. ADDITIONAL LINKS, ETC. Scott’s website: http://www.thebuilderbag.com/ Susan’s website: http://www.mindsinmotion.org/ CREATIVITY RESOURCES http://madebyjoel.com/ http://www.momastore.org/museum/moma/CategoryDisplay_10451_10001_26698_26703_-1_Y_Building%20+%20Blocks “A Touch of Greatness” documentary by Albert Cullum about interactive play. Parent recommended parent approved http://www.ptpamedia.com/homepage GIFTING IDEAS The Builder Bag Magnatiles http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000CBSNRY/?tag=googhydr-20&hvadid=4406333109&ref=pd_sl_1703uho6pp_e Treehaus building blocks http://www.amazon.com/Treehaus-16403590042-Wood-Castle-Blocks/dp/B005GQUWH4/ref=sr_1_1?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1322686247&sr=1-1 BOOKS: Abiyoyo Where The Wild Things Are Life Doesn't Frighten Me by Maya Angelou (art by JM Basquiat) The Tiny Seed EPISODE BREAKDOWN 00:00 - Intro 01:45 Greg introduces Scott Nelson and Susan Griss. 02:15 Greg and Tina catch up and share Thanksgiving stories. 05:55 Greg sets up the show by posing the question how should we approach gifting this holiday season? 06:55 Greg asks Scott how he came to make his product The Builder Bag? 07:55 Tina shares links to Scott's artwork and design company and more of his background. 10:15 Scott explains his product, The Builder Bag. 11:00 Susan Griss shares her background and teaching career. 12:15 Susan introduces her book Minds in Motion. 13:15 Greg asks about how we can engage our children in playtime. 13:45 Scott shows a presentation tieing self confidence to skill building and problem solving. 17:00 Greg brings up the importance of outdoors, nature and experiential learning. 20:25 Susan talks about whole body learning versus schoolroom learning. 21:30 Greg asks Susan how she brings movement techniques into school curriculum? 22:15 Susan suggests kids act out stories instead of just being read to. Visualization is key to developing reading skills. 23:10 Susan recommends other creative play techniques and tools that engage the imagination. 24:00 Susan and Tina suggest simple stocking stuffers that can inspire children's imaginations. 25:14 Tina explains kinesthetic learning. 26:30 Tina explains the importance of coaching your kids toward creative play. 29:30 Scott adapts the approach for older kids. Rope challenges, zip lines, obstacle courses. 33:00 Susan suggests family vacations make a great gift and allow a physical relationship with the real world. 34:00 Greg promotes the outdoors. Tina explains how that relates to psychology, anxiety, and well being. 35:00 Tina talks about the value of summer camps. 36:45 Susan suggests her favorite children's books. 38:00 Greg recommends Albert Cullum's documentary "A Touch of Greatness." 21:28 Greg suggests a great website, MadebyJoel for crafts and creative play ideas. 40:50 The Builder Bag is explained and reviewed. 45:00 Greg and Tina suggest various building toys 48:00 Scott recommends the website “Parent Tested Parent Approved.” A great site for parents to get feedback on other products. 48:45 Susan shares her book, Minds In Motion and explains it's value to parents as well as educators. 50:49 Greg summarizes what we've learned and thanks the guests. 51:15 Greg mentions our contest and directs fans to the Facebook page. 51:40 Greg previews next week's show and the team signs off.

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              • The New Young Collector's Club March 2, 2014

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                Check out our Young Collectors Web Show. Every week at 7PM MST, we discuss the latest in collectibles news, plus show off some great items and collections!

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                • LEGOS, Week 3

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                  http://harvesttime.net http://twitter.com/harvesttime http://facebook.com/harvesttimenet

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                  • LEGOS, Week 2

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                    http://harvesttime.net http://twitter.com/harvesttime http://facebook.com/harvesttimenet

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                    • Summit Church 01 30 11

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                      Sunday Morning Sermon at Summit Church, Lego Series, Part 2 - Life Together. Pastor Wayne shares the 5 Keys to Christian Community as taught by Dietrich Bonhoeffer in his classic devotional book titled: Life Together. You'll also see a brief promotion for NPS: National Porn Sunday (from xxx.church.com) including statistics regarding pornography and the importance of sexual purity.

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