Category Archives for "Educational Travel"
We are a family of gamers, not video gamers, although we do that from time to time. I am talking about card games, board games, and mind teaser games. We have family game night once a week. We use games for learning in our homeschool classroom. We play games for entertainment when we are waiting […]Continue reading
Most people know to check out Pearl Harbor and the United States Ship (USS) Arizona when they visit Oahu, Hawaii, but did you know you could find even more history at Pearl Harbor? The USS Missouri, where the Japanese signed their unconditional surrender, is docked in Pearl Harbor for visitors to come aboard for tours […]Continue reading
One of the most famous things to do on the Island of Oahu is to visit Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial. It is a great place to visit for so many different reasons. Maybe you know someone who served or a family member who died there. It could be possible you have no connection to […]Continue reading
Manassas National Park – Bull Run When my family visited Washington DC last year we were amazed by the monument and museum in downtown DC, but as someone who loves history the best part of the trip was when our friends took us to Bull Run, Manassas National Battlefield Park. Manassas is the site of […]Continue reading
We recently had the pleasure to attend The National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb.html with our children. It is so important to me to expose our children to Art. I want my children to appreciate the beauty and perspective that only art can manifest. I can’t imagine a world without Art. The problem is an […]Continue reading