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For some, learning about the U. S. presidential leaders and American history while growing up was a boring chore. Some teachers just don’t know how to make the topic fun or exciting. However, more resources are available to us to help raise some interest. In honor of Presidents Day, here are five great ways to bring history alive to parents and children alike.
Whether you want to hob knob with the elite or just want an idea of what it feels like to be the leader of the country, these are some of the best ways to experience the Presidential Inauguration in 2013.
There are plenty of holiday celebrations to keep you and your family busy all weekend long! Whether it’s spending a few moments with Santa, checking out the gorgeous light displays, playing with toy trains or enjoying potato latkes, you’ll find something to do in Seattle!
It’s Veteran’s Day Weekend, which means the annual Veteran’s Day Parade and other observances. Plus, there’s plenty of fun for you and the kids all weekend long!
Our military and their families can enjoy special discounts on zoos, museums, car washes and more over Veteran’s Day weekend, November 10 – 12. Be sure to thank our military members past and present for their service!
A parade, making a card, running a 5K… there are many ways we can show our appreciation to our American Veterans. Here are some fun events for active and retired military and their families to celebrate with us on Veteran’s Day.
Gather the family together and head to a local Harvest Festival, costume parade, pumpkin carving, or spooky night time adventure! October is filled with fun activities for the whole family! Whoooo wants to go?
Museum Day Live! is a great opportunity for you and your child to explore one of Washington’s many museums for FREE, thanks to Smithsonian Magazine. During this one-day, annual event, participating museums open their doors for you to have a complimentary experience!
Going up? The Museum of Flight hosts the 2012 International Space Elevator Conference on August 25 – 27, with hands on activities, art projects and real live scientists!
The last big piece of the Space Shuttle trainer is schedule to arrive at Seattle’s Museum of Flight on Thursday morning. The museum will open at 9:30am for you to visit!