Mission Washington D.C.

Mission Washington D C Mission Washington D C takes your young travelers through the famous sights of our nation s capital engaging them with an exciting scavenger hunt as you explore D C landmarks together Say goodbye to

  • Title: Mission Washington D.C.
  • Author: Catherine Aragón
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mission Washington, D.C takes your young travelers through the famous sights of our nation s capital, engaging them with an exciting scavenger hunt as you explore D.C landmarks together Say goodbye to a trip filled with the stress of keeping everyone entertained Instead, say hello to a memorable vacation, with your kids actively engaged in exploring the landmarks oMission Washington, D.C takes your young travelers through the famous sights of our nation s capital, engaging them with an exciting scavenger hunt as you explore D.C landmarks together Say goodbye to a trip filled with the stress of keeping everyone entertained Instead, say hello to a memorable vacation, with your kids actively engaged in exploring the landmarks of D.C with you Imagine, not only will your kids want to sightsee, together you ll uncover the intriguing histories of sights like the Capitol, White House, MLK, Jr Memorial, Mount Vernon, and many Created by a mom preneur, Mission Washington, D.C ensures a fun trip for everyone with a captivating, spy theme scavenger hunt packed with fun activities and the fascinating stories behind the city s landmarks Mission Washington, D.C is a must have book for kids visiting D.C Traveling to Italy, Spain, or France Be sure to check out our other books, Mission Rome, Mission Barcelona, and Mission Paris Here s what customers have to say about the Scavenger Hunt Adventure series This book was flat out fantastic We took a family trip with two adults and one seven year old I was worried that he would be bored looking at the museums and sights This book made a huge, huge difference Chinagrl This book helped make our trip with 6th graders fun and fulfilling We weren t sure how our kids would take to going to all the museums and landmarks but this book had us visiting many sites than once They were so excited to find each item in the book CC in SF Great for teenagers I love these books My kids are 12, 14 and 16 so I was afraid they might think they were baby books, but they are enjoying them Marilyn Thomas

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    1. The author has hit on a clever travel book format that turns a valuable educational opportunity into a really fun game. Do your children have what it takes to become special agents? Find out by accepting a series of assignments and gathering important Intel (spy-speak for information) under the supervision of their case officer (a parent or trusted adult).The ‘assignments’ are presented just like they are in spy movies: aerial photos of key locations, close-ups, and clues that lead to key pi [...]

    2. This is the second book I’ve read in this series. And just comparing the two side by side, the first thing that pops out at me is the consistency in quality from one to the other. The author applies the same meticulous attention to detail, layout, and design of her visually laden pages, and to the crafting of the prose. Assuming she does this throughout the series of books (still too early to tell, having just read two), this is a “if you loved one, you’ll love them all” kind of thing.Pa [...]

    3. Ms. Catherine Aragon has taken what normally would have been a boring experience for children just running from one visitor site to another in Washington, D.C. into an engaging fun educational experience. Using the idea that children love going on scavenger hunts in the backyard, in a park or anyplace else.In this book its readers become Special Agents who have been assigned the task of finding the items listed and observing what they see in order to answer the specific questions being asked. In [...]

    4. What a fantastic way to learn American history! I compliment the author and her ingenious way of letting Young visitors to Washington D.C explore the city. As agents they must collect 100 points but the step by step explanations of monuments, historical documents, statues and artifacts are basic enough for even the Young visitor to grasp.More than anything, it is an truly interesting way to bring your children to this city and let them discover for themselves so many interesting facts. I believe [...]

    5. The book is an intelligent and fun way to learn American history and is a must if you are visiting Washington with children. There's a great mix of photos and educational information. By engaging them to become special agents is a brilliant way of making a visit to DC not only memorable but fun. Terrific for all the family, I can't recommend it highly enough.

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