If I had to choose how to spend time in New York and what great things about New York to introduce my children, I would choose to get to those things which gave birth to the most historical significance, first, that in order to really sink and will not compete with the Nintendo Store, or really nice keyboard in FAO Schwarz. I want my children to understand the history of our country, good and evil and wants to instill in them once their own children the importance of this story.
By visiting the national parks, first, I enjoyed the benefits of the price (almost for free is good, and so you slice it, especially After you and your children are getting an education) in addition to smarter minds, where in order to give it valid knowledge of the birth of our democracy. Ellis Island is a great place to visit, but I think that will show them the monument from a distance, not a ferry ride there. There is so much to do in New York and every second counts. He wants to have a wonderful time as I want that to get great insights that can share with their friends at school, as well as (something other than the latest and greatest new Game Cube game that soon).
Some of the important national parks, I would like my children are: Federal Hall, where Washington was inaugurated, Grants Tomb, the birthplace of Theodore Roosevelt, and Castle Clinton, which was designed to keep invaders August. I would also like to take them to the Church of Saint Paul. Not on religious grounds but on issues related to religion freedom. I think it is an important lesson for the future are here to today, and perhaps especially today.
I think the lessons you can learn about the history of our nation in New York are just as important as the lessons can be learned in Washington and Philadelphia. This country has a lot of action on the road to democracy, and we stumbled a few times on the road. Would not that have never been the witches of Salem, civil war or the Civil Rights Movement had not, but we’ve drifted so far and yet so far. I want my children to learn from our past and look forward to our future.
I think they are the conclusions can we draw from our state parks, and are much more valuable than teaching us in the toy shops and throwing a frisbee in Central Park. He wants to get my kids to visit museums and toy stores and see new cultures, I also want them to take home with them a sense of deep history of our great nation.