March 4, 2012
- This Week in Macaroni Kid College Park
- WIN: A Family 4-Pack to Rabbit Tales!
- WIN: Tickets to Motherhood the Musical!
- WIN: DVD of GMC World Premiere Movie Brother White
- 2012 Summer Camp Guide
- Benefits of Summer Camp
- How to Pick a Summer Camp for your Child
- Paying for Summer Camp
- Health Care at Camp
- Harlem Globetrotters Family 4-Pack Special Offer!!
- Macaroni Review: Atlanta Opera's The Golden Ticket
- Move with Me! Kids Yoga Program
- March is "Music in Schools" Month
- Macaroni Recipe: Pumpkin Cream Cheese French Toast
- Macaroni Craft: Playtime Wand
- Macaroni Reminder: Daylight Savings March 11
- This Week's Picks
- This Week's Calendar
- Teen Scene
- Plan Ahead
- Welcome to Macaroni Kid!
- 2012 Macaroni Kid College Park Summer Camp Guide
- Join Macaroni Kid on Facebook!
Covering Families and Communities in South Fulton and Clayton County!
Macaroni Kid had a table at the Families Centerstage Event at the Alliance Theatre this past Saturday afternoon. We had a wonderful time making crafts with all the kids and it was so nice meeting so many people. Thank you to all of you who signed up with us at the event! It's our goal to make sure every week you have a list of family-friendly activities in South Fulton, Clayton County and in town to help entertain, stimulate and exhaust your kids!
This Week in Macaroni Kid:
- This week we present our FIRST of THREE SUMMER CAMP GUIDES! Many of you have told us you're already thinking about where to send your kids once school is out, so we are providing you with some local suggestions. In our first guide, we're featuring three area organizations that provide summer camps and are currently accepting registrations: Cochran Mill Nature Center, City of Hapeville, and Spivey Hall Education. Please take a moment to check out their summer camp programs.
- In addition to the local Summer Camp Programs spotlighted in this issue, we've also featured some articles all about camps, including: the benefits of summer camp for your children, how to choose the best camp for your children, taking care of your children's health while they're at camp, and how to make camp affordable, so be sure to check them out for some tips!
- We have a Family-Four Pack of tickets to give away to the Atlanta Opera's production of Rabbit Tales. This children's opera will be performed at the Southwest Arts Center on Sat., March 24 at 11 AM. Don't forget to enter it's a great "first" opera for kids!
- We have TWO tickets to give away to see Motherhood the Musical which returns to the 14th Street Playhouse this month! I have heard nothing but really great things about this show, especially how funny it is. I also hear it's a great show to enjoy with a close friend, sister or mother.
- Our last giveaway this week is for a free DVD of the upcoming world premiere movie, Brother White, on the family-friendly cable network, GMC. The movie features actors David A.R. White, Victoria Jackson, Jackee and Grammy Award-winner Bebe Winans.
- The Harlem Globetrotters are back in town!! But for one evening only at Philips Arena. They plan on entertaining Atlanta-area families like no one else can! Find out how to purchase the special Family-Four Pack Offer!
- Did you know March is Music in Schools Month? If your child is not already in a music program, read our article to find out all of the amazing ways he or she can benefit from getting involved in a music program.
- Our Macaroni recipe this week is going to be a breakfast treat if you try it! Who needs to go out for Sunday brunch when you make your own Pumpkin Cream Cheese French Toast for the family!
- So currently in our house playing with "magic" or princess wands is one of our daughter's favorite activities. We probably have about five or six different wands in the house right now. Here's an easy (and inexpensive) craft for making your own wand.
- Spring is almost here and that means later this week we'll all be "springing forward" as we prepare to move our clocks ahead one hour! Are your children ready for the change?
- Also, don't forget to check out all of the events happening around South Fulton, Clayton County and in Atlanta this week in the calendar section of the newsletter! And make sure you're using the "Add to My Macaroni" feature at the end of each calendar listing to build your list of activities for the week. Then, print them out and go! Need a quick tutorial on how to use this feature? Go here.
Finally, here's this week's list of "notable" holidays:
- March 8 is International Women's Day
- March 8 is Popcorn Lover's Day
Wishing you lots of Macaroni Love this week,
Children's Opera Will be Performed at the Southwest Arts Center March 24
Most young children are not quite ready to sit through a traditional opera, but the Atlanta Opera is conducting a newly commissioned Children’s Opera, Rabbit Tales, which we believe could be the perfect opportunity to introduce your children to the art form. And from what we've heard, Rabbit Tales is funny, entertaining and educational.
It's a children’s opera with a libretto based on the Br’er Rabbit stories, popularized by Southern author Joel Chandler Harris in the late 19th Century. This production is a contemporary, light-hearted ...
This hilarious stageplay is BACK at the Fox Theatre March 16 - May 30!
Following a highly successful debut, Motherhood the Musical®, returns to the 14th Street Playhouse March 16 – May 20. I've literally heard nothing but good things about this show from everyone who has seen it. Hence why it's probably back for another run so soon after it left Atlanta last fall.
The show centers around four Atlanta actors who humorously capture every stage of motherhood including the changes that happen to the body after pregnancy and nursing, succumbing to driving a minivan and becoming a grandma for the very ...
Network's 1st Feature Comedy Debuts on Sun., March 11 at 7 PM
On Sunday, March 11, GMC TV, America’s favorite television channel for uplifting music and family entertainment, will present Brother White, an original GMC World Premiere Movie starring David A.R. White (“Evening Shade,” Jerusalem Countdown, Me Again), Victoria Jackson (“Saturday Night Live”), Emmy award-winning actress Jackée (“Sister Sister” “227”), Reginald VelJohnson (“Family Matters,” Die Hard), Ray Wise (Twin Peaks), Anna Margaret and Grammy Award-winner Bebe Winans.
Brother White is a heartwarming, fish-out-of-water comedy about the power of faith and forgiveness. Packed with soulful sounds of gospel music, a ...
Eenie Meenie Miney Mo, Pick A Camp, Then Off You Go!
The Macaroni Kid College Park Summer Camp Guide has arrived! Welcome to the very first edition!!
Yes, believe it or not, it is time to start planning for your children's summer camps!
In this issue, you will get the scoop on some fantastic local camps for your kids. I've checked out these programs and the camps look like they're offering a very wide variety of experiences for little campers.
The camps are listed alphabetically by name. Click on each camp's picture/logo/image so you can get the entire scoop on their great summer programs, including information on ages, cost, dates and program details.
Keep in mind, this guide will be changing and growing through the next few months. There are some businesses and organizations that don't have their information out yet, and they will be added as soon as possible so that your munchkins don't miss out on fun stuff!
Again, please make sure you click on each logo below to see the detailed listing of what each camp offers!
Finally, if you are a business offering a summer camp or summer program and would like to participate in our next two editions, April 1 and May 6, please email me at [email protected].
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, It's Off to Camp We Go...
Every summer kids everywhere (and parents) start whistling a similar little diddy when summer camp begins because they look forward to the time off from school and some time to enjoy the hot weather!
But summer camp is not just a place to send kids while school is out. Choose the right camp and it can also be a phenomenal educational experience for children.
"Summer camp programs can help your children test their boundaries socially, physically, mentally and emotionally, says Claire Haas, a working moather and the vice president for ...
While it's only March and we still have a couple more weeks of winter, it is time to start thinking about what your children are going to do this summer.
Summer can only mean one thing, SUMMER CAMP! While many people view summer camp as the scenes depicted in Meatballs and other movies, the landscape of what is offered has changed over the past 10 years. More and more programs have developed to fit the needs of your children's likes and dislikes.
With all of the changes, the ...
There is a Camp to Fit Every Budget
There's no doubt that the benefits to kids who participate in a summer camp experience is priceless. For starters, they will probably get to enjoy the great outdoors much more than they do while they're in a school building most of the year. But for many parents, it's important to make sure a summer camp won't break the family budget.
Here are some ways parents can make summer camp an unforgettable experience for the kids, yet affordable at the same time.
Know your Budget Upfront
Important Tips to Help Keep Your Child Safe and Healthy at Camp
So you picked the best camp for your child, filled out paperwork, mailed the payment, started buying the perfect camp gear! Now is the time to think about health care at camp. Make sure you and your child know all you need to know BEFORE he or she goes.
Make sure you complete any health history forms and send them off to camp early, so this way the health care provider can review them and determine if there are special considerations or requirements that your child may ...
Philips Arena hosts the always-entertaining Harlem Globetrotters March 17 at 7 PM!
I remember as a little girl my parents taking me and my brother to see the Harlem Globetrotters at Madison Square Garden in New York. Growing up in the city, the Globetrotters were as exciting and famous as the New York Knicks. They were also great family entertainment. So, what a special treat it was to see them LIVE back then!
Now, I can't wait to see them again and take my own daughter as they return to Philips Arena on Sat., March 17 at 7 pm. On the ...
Only Three Performances Left: March 6, 9 and 11!
I promise you, after seeing the Atlanta Opera's The Golden Ticket last week, all I could think about was getting my hands on some sweet, sugary chocolate.
The Golden Ticket, a very family-friendly opera, is based off the book "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" by Roald Dahl. It made its Atlanta debut this past Saturday at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.
Yes, it's the story about the boy named Charlie with big dreams and a golden ticket. Yes, it's the story you remember about the chocolate ...
Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" campaign has vowed to change an entire generation of kids through encouraging a healthy active lifestyle. According to Let's Move, children need a total of 60 minutes per day of moderate to vigorous activity to grow up to a healthy weight. Finding ways to get kids excited about active play and develop healthy lifestyle habits as early as possible is key to fighting our current obesity epidemic.
Over the past 30 years obesity rates in American children have tripled and if we don ...
Music is a Natural Means of Self Expression!
Music in Schools month aims to draw attention to the significance of music education in our schools and community. Just as verbal language begins to develop very early in life, the listening vocabulary should begin to be formed before a child is 18 months and not later than three years of age. This makes activities in the preschool years an extremely important foundation for every child's music education.
When children are involved in a music program, it offers them a unique opportunity for literacy preparation. Whether the children are ...
I dreamed this recipe up when I got hungry for stuffed French toast, but couldn’t find a recipe using any of the ingredients I had on hand. So, I went to my pantry, found a can of pumpkin, and whipped this up… it’s like eating a layer of pumpkin cheesecake between your French toast.
Makes 4-6 servings, depending on how much filling you prefer, and it’s VERY easy to double this recipe.
(adjust to your taste—I didn’t actually measure anything)
- 8 - 12 slices of ...
The other day, Little One had a wand emergency. She was saying “Oh, where is my wand?” and “I cannot find my wand.” Such tragedies we have when we are two.
Here’s my quick and easy solution for this wand emergency. Afterwards she was running about saying things like "Now I have the power to read!" and "I can save the day!" And apparently Swiper cannot swipe this wand... ;)
What you need:
- Two large foam stickers
- Smaller stickers to decorate the big ones
- One craft stick (aka popsicle stick ...
How to Spring Ahead with the Little Ones
Daylight Savings Day is more than losing an hour of sleep. It is also about handling your child's adjustment to the time change. One hour could mean the difference between a happy, restful baby or child and a cranky, sleepless household!
Here are some suggestions that have worked for me to ensure Daylight Savings is just a minor bump in the road:
- Give your little one time to adjust. A day before Daylight Savings, start to adjust your child's routine. Give meals a little later or push nap ...
Where: Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre 2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway, AtlantaWhen: See website for performance times.Who: Families with children age 7 and up.How: Purchase tickets.Cost: The Atlanta Opera is offering Special Family pricing for this performance. Four tickets and a chocolate treat for $150. Child tickets are also available for $15 (limit 2 per adult single tickets purchased at full price.)For more info: 404-881-8885 or www.atlantaopera.org
Thursday, March 8 through Sunday, April 1 - Center for Puppetry Arts Presents Adventures of Little Noodle
Where: Center for Puppetry Arts 1404 Spring Street, NW, AtlantaWhen: Check the website for peformance times.Who: FamiliesHow: Purchase tickets online or by phone.Cost: Tickets are $9.25 (members) or $16.50 (non-members). Tickets include museum admission as well as the Create-A-Puppet Workshop where kids can make their own Little Noodle Rod Puppet after the show.For more info: www.puppet.org or 404-873-3391
Where: Fernbank Museum of Natural History 767 Clifton Road, NEWhen: Museum HoursWho: FamiliesHow: Pay Admission. Exhibit is included in the price of the admission to the museum.Cost: $17.50 for adults, $16.50 for students/seniors, $15.50 for children ages 3 to 12, and free for children 2 and under and for members. Fernbank Museum of Natural History is located at 767 Clifton Road, NE in Atlanta.For more info: www.fernbankmuseum.org and 404.929.6300/404.929.6400
Where: Barnes & Noble (CampCreek Marketplace) 3685 Market Place Blvd East Point, GAWhen: 11:00 AMWho: Preschoolers, elementary-ageHow: Open to the public.Cost: FreeFor more info: (404) 349-0359
Where: Barnes and Noble (Southlake) 1939 Mount Zion Road, MorrowWhen: 11:00 AMWho: ChildrenHow: Just show up.Cost: FreeFor more info: 770-471-2227
Where: Center for Puppetry Arts 1404 Spring Street, NW, AtlantaWhen: Showtimes vary. See website for details.Who: Pre-K through 6th grade.How: Stop by!Cost: Tickets for patrons two and older are $16.50 and include admission to the performance, Create-A-Puppet Workshop (or Create-A-Puppet To-Go Kit), where visitors can make their own Extraterrestrial Hand Puppet.For more info: 404-873-3391 or visit www.puppet.org
Where: Imagine it! Children's Museum of Atlanta 275 Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW, AtlantaWhen: Museum HoursWho: The museum is recommended for children between the ages of 2 and 8.How: Purchase tickets.Cost: Admission is $12.75 plus tax for adults and children ages 2 and above. Children under 2 are free.For more info: www.childrensmuseumatlanta.org or call 404-659-KIDS (5437)
Where: Fernbank Museum of Natural History 767 Clifton Road, NE, AtlantaWhen: Museum Hours. Check website for details.Who: Fun for the family.How: Purchase tickets.Cost: Adult ticket prices are $17.50, students & seniors are $16.50, children 3-12 are $15.50. Children 2 and under and museum members are free.For more info: www.fernbankmuseum.org or 404-929-6300.
Where: Barnes and Noble (Camp Creek) 3685 Market Place Blvd, East PointWhen: 11:00 AMWho: Mom's and young childrenHow: Just show up!Cost: Free
Where: South Fulton Branch Library 4055 Flat Shoals Road, Union CityWhen: 4:00 PMWho: Ages 7-12.How: Stop by.Cost: FreeFor more info: 770-306-3092
Where: Morrow Branch Library 6225 Maddox Road, MorrowWhen: 6:00 PM - 8:45 PMWho: All ages. Parents this movie is rated PG.How: Just show up. Bring snacks!Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-366-7749
Where: Forest Park Branch Library 696 Main Street, Forest ParkWhen: 6:15 PM - 7:30 PMWho: All ages. This movie is rated G.How: Register in advance.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-366-0850
Where: Southwest Branch Library 3665 Cascade Road, AtlantaWhen: 10:00 AMWho: Ages 1-3.How: Just stop by!Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-699-6363
Where: Adams Park Branch Library 2231 Campbellton Rd, SW, AtlantaWhen: 10:00 AMWho: Ages 4 and older.How: Just stop by!Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-752-8763
Where: South Fulton Branch Library 4055 Flat Shoals Road, Union CityWhen: 10:00 AMWho: Ages 3-6How: Stop by.Cost: FreeFor more info: 770-306-3092
Where: Hapeville Branch Library 525 King Arnold Street, HapevilleWhen: 10:30 AMWho: Ages 3-5How: Reservations Required.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4065
Where: East Point Branch Library 2757 Main Street, East PointWhen: 10:30 AMWho: Ages birth to five years.How: Reservation required.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4842
Where: Barnes and Noble 1939 Mount Zion Road, MorrowWhen: 11:00 AMWho: Children of all ages!How: Just show up!Cost: Free
Where: College Park Branch Library 3647 Main Street, College ParkWhen: 11:00 AMWho: Ages 3-6How: Show up.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4060
Where: Southwest Branch 3665 Cascade Road, AtlantaWhen: 10:00 AMWho: Ages 3-5How: Just show up!Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-699-6363
Where: East Point Branch LibraryWhen: 10:30 AMWho: Ages 3-5How: Reservations required.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4842
Where: East Point Branch Library 2757 Main Street, East PointWhen: 3:30 PMWho: Ages 6-12How: Reservation required.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4842
Wednesday, March 7 through Wednesday, March 14 - Two Cooks in the Kitchen: A Cooking Workshop for Parent and Child
Where: East Point Branch Library 2757 Main Street, East PointWhen: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PMWho: All ages.How: Registration is required.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4842
Where: Headquarters Branch Library 865 Battle Creek Road, JonesboroWhen: 7:00 PM - 7:30 PMWho: All agesHow: Just show up!Cost: FreeFor more info: 770-473-3850
Where: Forest Park Branch Library 696 Main Street, Forest ParkWhen: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AMWho: All ages.How: Call or email to register.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-366-0850
Where: Riverdale Branch Library 420 Valley Hill Road. RiverdaleWhen: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AMWho: Ages 3-6How: Just stop by!Cost: FreeFor more info: 770-472-8100
Where: Reynolds Nature Preserve 5665 Reynolds Road, MorrowWhen: 6:30 PM - 8:00 PMWho: Children ages 8 and up.How: Pre-registration required.Cost: $8For more info: 770-603-4188
Where: South Fulton Arts Center 4645 Butner Road, College ParkWhen: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PMWho: EveryoneHow: Stop by!Cost: Free
Where: Headquarters Branch Library 865 Battle Creek Road, JonesboroWhen: 4:30 PM - 5:30 PMWho: Families. This movie is rated G.How: Reserve a seat in advance.Cost: FreeFor more info: 770-473-3850
Where: Atlanta-area Lowes.When: 10:00 AMWho: Recommended for ages 6 through 10.How: Register in advance.Cost: FreeFor more info: www.lowesbuildandgrow.com
Where: The School Box Store 1994 Mt. Zion Road, MorrowWhen: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PMWho: KidsHow: Stop by.Cost: Free
Where: Washington Park Tennis Center 1125 Lena Street SW, AtlantaWhen: 12:00 PM - 2:00 PMWho: Tennis loversHow: Show up.Cost: FreeFor more info: [email protected] or 404-447-3194
Where: Southwest Branch Library 3665 Cascade Road, AtlantaWhen: Library HoursWho: Ages 13-17How: Stop by to pick up the form.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-699-6363
Where: Mail the completed program to: Teen Programs
High Museum of Art
1280 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, GA 30309
Or e-mail it to HMATeenPrograms at woodruffcenter.orgWhen: Not applicableWho: Creative teens with a passion for art and community. Teens work with our summer camp, get behind-the-scenes access to the Museum, and plan teen events.How: Download an application here. http://www.high.org/Get-Involved/Teen-Programs.aspx?tab=3. Deadline is March 30.Cost: Free to apply. Selected students get paid.
Where: Fairburn Branch Library 60 Valley View Drive, FairburnWhen: 6:00 PMWho: Ages 13 and up.How: Just show up!Cost: FreeFor more info: 770-306-3138
Where: East Point Branch Library 2757 Main Street, East PointWhen: 6:30 PMWho: TeensHow: Show up.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4842
Where: Forest Park Branch Library 696 Main Street, Forest ParkWhen: 5:30 PM - 7:30 PMWho: Ages 13 and up. This movie is rated PG-13.How: Teens should register in advance.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-366-0850
Where: Fairburn Branch Library 60 Valley View Drive, FairburnWhen: 6:00 PMWho: Ages 12 and up.How: Just show up!Cost: FreeFor more info: 770-306-3138
Where: Fairburn Branch Library 60 Valley View Drive, FairburnWhen: 4:30 PMWho: Ages 13 and up.How: Show up.Cost: FreeFor more info: 770-306-3138
Where: East Point Branch Library 2757 Main Street, East PointWhen: 4:30 PMWho: TeensHow: Just show up.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4842
Where: East Point Branch Library 2757 Main Street, East PointWhen: 2:30 PMWho: TeensHow: Show upCost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4842
Where: East Point Branch LibraryWhen: 4:30 PMWho: TeensHow: Show up.Cost: FreeFor more info: 404-762-4842
Where: Atlanta History Center 130 West Paces Ferry Road, NW, AtlantaWhen: 10:00 AM - 1:00 PMWho: Toddlers and preschoolers (ages 18 months to five years)How: Show up, purchase tickets.Cost: Members are admitted for free. Admission is $6.50 for adults; $5.50 for children. Discounted rates are available for groups with ten or more children.For more info: 404-814-4110 or visit www.atlantahistorycenter.com
Where: Spivey Hall at Clayton State University in MorrowWhen: 11:15 AMWho: Grades 6-12How: Purchase tickets at box office or online.Cost: $1For more info: www.spiveyhall.org
Where: LEGOLAND Discovery Center Atlanta Phipps Plaza 3500 Peachtree Street, AtlanaWhen: Hours vary. Check website.Who: Families with children ages 3-10How: Purchase tickets.Cost: Adults and ages 13 and up - $19. Children, ages 3-12 - $15. Children, under 3 - Free. Buy tickets online and save 10%For more info: http://atlanta.legolanddiscoverycenter.com/atlanta/
Where: Cochran Mill Nature Center 6300 Cochran Mill Rd. , PalmettoWhen: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AMWho: Homeschooled children in grades 5th through 12th (Lower grades will need parental assistance if attenting)How: RSVP if you are planning to attend! http://www.cochranmillnaturecenter.org/homeschool_day_rsvp.htmlCost: $5 per participant (children & parents), Members are $3 per participant.For more info: 770-306-0914
Tuesday, March 20 through Wednesday, March 21 - Birmingham Children's Theatre: The Little Engine That Could
Where: Spivey Hall at Clayton State University in MorrowWhen: 9:30 AM and 11:15 AMWho: Grades K-5How: Purchase tickets at the box office or online.Cost: $2For more info: www.spiveyhall.org
Where: Riverwood International Charter School 5900 Raider Drive, Sandy SpringsWhen: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PMWho: Music and arts lovers.How: Just show up.Cost: Free
Where: The School Box Store 1994 Mt. Zion Road, MorrowWhen: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PMWho: KidsHow: Just stop by!Cost: Free
Where: Adamsville Recreation Center 3201 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SW, AtlantaWhen: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PMWho: EveryoneHow: Just show up.Cost: Admission is free. Donations are welcome.For more info: www.choicesforkids.org
Where: Forest ParkWhen: 11:00 AM - 2:00 PMWho: KidsHow: Show upCost: FreeFor more info: 404-363-2908
Where: Reynold's Nature Preserve 5665 Reynolds Road, MorrowWhen: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PMWho: Children 8 and up. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.How: Pre-registration is required.Cost: $12For more info: 770-603-4188
Where: Mundy's Mill High School Baseball Field 9632 Fayetteville Road (Hwy 54), JonesboroWhen: 10:00 AMWho: Children 5th grade and underHow: Show up and registerCost: Free
Where: International Park "The Beach" 2300 Highway 138 SE, JonesboroWhen: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PMWho: Children 12 and under.How: Show up.Cost: Free
- Kids will learn to build their very own bird feeder while learning tool safety
- Have fun, make friends and gain a sense of achievement and work ethic
Where: Area Home Depot StoresWhen: 9:00 PM - 12:00 PMWho: Kids ages 5-12.How: Register online.Cost: Free.For more info: http://www.homeimproverclub.com
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