On this visit I was determined to finally see the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Lower East Side Tenement museum and learn a bit along the way.
Environmental and Social Impact traveling with kids
How to teach your kids about global warming and climate change is a daunting task but I suggest you begin with visiting a glacier.
Have kids that want to learn about monarch butterflies? They should! These fascinating creatures showcase one of the world’s most amazing migrations.
Over the consumerism of Valentine’s Day? Do something that opens your family’s hearts to the world this year with these simple 10 ideas for global good.
The San Juan Islands of Washington State are a very popular summer destination for families; and rightfully so. With hiking, kayaking, whale watching, and more, it’s a relaxing and beautiful place to be. But I’ll let you in on a little secret – this is not just a summer destination! The off-peak season with […]
Snow-glistening, fluffy, magnificent snow! While snow is often associated with the sound of steep hillsides being carved below a freshly waxed pair of skis, the white stuff is perfect for all kinds of family fun. Here are some of our favorite ways for snow play off the slopes.
Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery March by teaching your kids about the Civil Rights Movement
Fortunately for us, there are great places to visit that are just a short drive from Seattle, but that make us feel like we’ve gotten far away from home! Here are a few of our new favorite destinations.
Photo by: Flickr/Anita Ritenour Cool summer nights and snowy winter days are not typically associated with Arizona. yet that’s just what you’ll find in the beautiful city of Flagstaff. The pine mountains, Native American ruins, and volcanic landscapes surprise and delight visitors of all ages. Read on to see why Flagstaff is a favorite retreat […]