Let's Visit Washington DC
Visiting Washington DC with kids? Do you want your kids engaged and excited about visiting the US Nation's Capitol? Do you want your kids to learn as well as have fun while traveling? Look no further!
Your child or grandchild will be your tour guide with this book! So make sure that they have this book early in the planning phases of your trip as well as with them during the trip!
Visiting Washington DC with kids? Do you want your kids engaged and excited about visiting the US Nation’s Capitol? Do you want your kids to learn as well as have fun while traveling? Look no further!
Get kids involved early in the vacation planning process! Get the entire family excited about the major things to do in Washington DC before you leave, and then let them help plan the vacation!
Finally! A Washington DC travel guide written especially for kids!
Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Washington DC asks and answers :
Hey Kids! Did you know…
- There’s a mall in downtown Washington DC that doesn’t sell anything?
- There’s a place in DC where you can see US currency (paper money) printed?
- There’s a name for the odd shape of the Washington Monument?
- The National Cathedral is filled with stained glass windows depicting American History?
You will find out all about these things and much more fun Washington DC facts. You will love this book whether you are preparing for a vacation with the family, or simply if you simply want to learn a little more about Washington DC attractions. Younger kids will love this neat way to visit Washington DC through reading with their family!
Each section of the book explains some of the history behind some major Washington DC museums and Washington DC museums as well as listing some fun and interesting Washington DC facts. Learn why the Washington dc metro is a fun way to travel the city. Learn cool fun facts about the White House. Explore the monuments and museums along the National Mall. Your child or grandchild will be your tour guide with this book! So make sure that they have this book early in the planning phases of your trip as well as with them during the trip!
But, whether you are planning a trip with your family or just want to know more about Washington DC, this book is the perfect way to get started.
Teresa Mills is the bestselling author of the Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Series of children’s books! This series focuses on building your child’s / grandchild’s life experiences through travel and learning activities that will enhance their lives forever!!!
The Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Series also includes:
- Hey Kids! Let’s Visit New York City
- Hey Kids! Let’s Visit London England
- Hey Kids! Let’s Visit San Francisco
- Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Savannah Georgia
- Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Charleston South Carolina
- Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Paris France
- Hey Kids! Let’s Visit a Cruise Ship
Take a look at what other amazon customers say about Hey Kids! Let’s Visit Washington DC:
I love the idea of a travel guide that is written especially for children. It’s great for kids to read in the car (with the Kindle edition) on the way to D.C., and once in DC, to look up fun facts about monuments, museums, and government buildings. -Heidi
This is a fun book that every child should have whether or not they are planning to actually visit Washington DC. The author describes all of the best places to visit in a way that children like to learn. In fact, I learned a few things myself. I learned something new about our nation’s capitol and I’ve been there countless times. – Sherri
Kids LOVE to travel! But even more, they LOVE to plan for a trip! This is a wonderful book to plan with the children or grandchildren a fun and at the same time an educational trip. They learn so much already in school about our Nation’s Capital. But this book stimulates their curiosity to explore unique places like the National Cathedral and also fun places like the Zoo, as an example, one initially would not think of when visiting Washington DC.
Can’t wait for the next book of the series to share with my grandchildren! Well done, Teresa Mills! – Ute