Tag Archive | geeky kids

Geeky Kids go Back to School

Geeky Kids go Back to School

We had a wonderful summer. But like all good things, it has come to a close, with the warmth of the sun still lingering, and a few days of curling up in the shade with a book left. I talked to the kids about school schedules for a bit, with one in middle school, one […]

Geeky Kids go to the Museum: Part 2

Geeky Kids go to the Museum: Part 2

In the first part, the kids enjoyed a trip to the Air Force Museum even though it was too large to see everything. In this part second, we visited the Dayton Art Institute, a relatively small art museum with a very nice collection. Neither of the geeky kids have much experience at all with an […]

Geeky Kids go to the Museum: Part 1

Geeky Kids go to the Museum: Part 1

In this ongoing series about fun summer activities which will engage the geeky kids, I’m trying to talk about ways you can entertain and educate, hopefully sparking interest in the young ones that will grow into a flame for learning more. We’re doing some things which are specific to the area we’re in, like this […]

Fort Ancient and Prehistory

Fort Ancient and Prehistory

The Geeky Kids having summer fun series continues from last week with a giant step forward in time from the Ordovician fossil era to the time before history in Ohio, when the Hopewell peoples lived on the green hills. Pets? Pet-Friendly (dogs need to be on a leash at all times) Cost? Anywhere from $8 […]

Geeky Parenting, How To?

Geeky Parenting, How To?

I just married and got 4 bonus kids in the bargain. This has had one side effect I had not considered, I wound up with geek children to deal with. This is a new experience for me to deal with. While I have been stepparent to more than my share of children in my previous […]

Beachcombing on Ancient Shores

Beachcombing on Ancient Shores

Pet-Friendly (keep dogs on leash at all times) Free! Terrain: Not challenging This is the first of a series I will be doing this summer on fun activities for geeky kids and their parents. While some of what I will highlight will be specific to our area of Southern Ohio, you can readily find similar […]