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Bodaciously Awesome Family Show: The College Football Hall of Fame

A bit ago, I wrote about how we use “cool” museums as a Trojan Horse to get our kids into museums at all.

Sure, some are more entertainment than education (like the Guinness Book of World Records museum) but others such as the Museum of Popular Culture definitely open up their eyes and minds. The concept is the more we can get them into a museum, any museum, the more likely they’ll be up for absorbing whatever is inside.

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This week we take aim at another “attraction-like” museum: The College Football Hall of Fame. We recently took the kids to their first college football game and with that knew we needed to visit this museum as well.

Did they like it? More importantly, did their non-football-watching Grandmother enjoy it? Answers await on the Podcast!

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This post was last modified on January 16, 2019 11:55 pm

Adam DiMuzio

Adam and his sons (Anthony and Zachary) host the Bodaciously Awesome Family Show. A podcast dedicated to helping maximize their kids experiences, and for kids to reap the fun. Right now they are likely playing a game, watching a movie or mindlessly arguing over which of us is more awesome.

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