What better way to spend the holiday of Presidents' Day than by Honoring Presidents?
That's why the Kids Make A Difference Foundation (www.KidsMakeADifference.org) offers a meaningful and engaging opportunity for kids to be Honoring Presidents.
If you would like to have your child celebrate the day (Monday, February 18th) in such a meaningful way, email Andy@KidsMakeADifference.org to coordinate your child's participation.
At Washington's Headquarters in Morristown, the kids will get to explore the historic building where George Washington lived during his longest stay in any one particular Revolutionary Headquarters here in NJ, the kids will get to see and learn about historic artifacts, and the kids will get to be hands-on in the Discovery Center.
Of particular note, with advance coordination over the next couple of days, kids can be learning and practicing parts of past presidential speeches to recite as a special way to be Honoring Presidents on Presidents' Day.
Be sure to email Dr. Mars if you're interested in your child spending Presidents' Day in such an appropriate way.
You can accompany your child and meet in Morristown or if you're working and would like your child supervised by Mt Arlington based Kids Make A Difference, let Dr. Mars know. Either way, your child can have a meaningful day.
As Dr. Mars proclaims, "Presidents' Day should be about Honoring Presidents - it's not about Abe Lincoln wanting you to buy a new car or George Washington wanting you to buy a new TV!" This can be an excellent opportunity for your child to start connecting with Kids Make A Difference.
For close to thirty years, Kids Make A Difference was located in California, but Dr. Mars has moved back to NJ for family reasons and Kids Make A Difference is now redeveloping headquartered up here by Lake Hopatcong in Mt Arlington. There are an empowering array of such free opportunities for your child to make a difference throughout the year.
The mission of Kids Make A Difference is, "Helping make a difference in the lives of kids, and helping kids make a difference in life."
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