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Music, Mice, and Moose!


Angela Woodhull writes fun facts for kids - and turns them into music

Music, Mice, and Moose!
Gainesville, FL, June 09, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Sharks are good for the ecosystem. Spiders aren’t bugs – they’re arachnids. Eggs, rum, and flour help make a mean fruitcake.

Music, mice, and moose really don’t have much in common, but they’re all part of Woodhull’s songs.

Or maybe you just want to learn how to keep lice out of your hair.

There are fun facts about bugs, animals, or silly things -- like how to keep a rhinoceros out of your soup! “Everything is set to music!” Angela Woodhull explains, with laughter.

Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D. is an educator and also a singer/songwriter. This summer, she will be performing her specially designed Health and Fitness Show at several public libraries throughout Florida.

Through music and dance, Woodhull teaches kids the essentials of good nutrition and healthy exercise.

“There’s even a funny rock ‘n roll song about how to keep harmful bacteria out of your kitchen!” Angela Woodhull boasts.

Dr. Woodhull’s Health and Fitness shows include bubble machines, flip charts, live accordion music, dancing worms, and even a lesson about populating Mars with potato salad.

By combining silly stuff with fun facts, Woodhull keeps children hopping and hypnotized.

“Kids will be singing along to the pizza polka, the cabbage song, and even dancing with happy smiles!” Woodhull states, “while learning about the four food groups.”

Angela Victoria Woodhull first performed her comedy music shows at nursing homes. Next, she created wacky, fun sing-alongs for college students and cops. Then, in 2003, Woodhull staged “Remember Idora,” with a cast of 186 volunteers at Powers Auditorium in Youngstown, Ohio. The show drew an audience of approximately 6,000 people and is tentatively scheduled to return to Youngstown Spring 2017.

But now, she’s ready to add good food and good nutrition to her repertoire – all set to music.

Woodhull holds her squeezebox in one hand and a pizza prop in the other.

“When children dance and laugh, they’re more likely to remember the ABC’s of good nutrition, health and fitness – and have fun!”

To learn more about Cha Cha Angelina's productions, visit:
www.wwwcelebratelifearts.com, or contact Woodhull directly at (352) 219-6994, celebratelifearts@yahoo.com

Listen to Woodhull’s original educational music at the Cha Cha Queen YouTube Channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKKhIM2WlHwGBT4X4rx42aw

And purchase Woodhull’s Cha Cha Queen fun educational songs, “e-books,” and quizzes here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheLearningCastle?ref=search_shop_redirect
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Celebrate Life Through the Arts
Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D.
352-219-6994
Contact
www.celebratelifearts.com
chachaangelina@yahoo.com
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