Teaching kids about the wild blue yonder! November is National Aviation Month

Did you know that November is National Aviation History Month? This month is dedicated to exploring, recognizing and celebrating America’s great contributions and achievements in the development of aviation — from the earliest attempts in kites and gliders to powered heavier-than-air, supersonic and space flights.

How to introduce kids to aviation?

  • Read all about it. Who Was Amelia Earhart?  by Kate Boehm Jerome (grades 3-5) and DK The Big Book of Airplanes are two of the best aviation books for younger kids.
  • History comes alive. There are numerous aviation museums across the county. Click Here for a list of Aviation Museums within the USA (grouped by state).
  • Learn by doing. Paper airplanes are a great place to start. More information about making and flying paper airplanes is available at AviationForKids.
  • Visit an airshow! The North American Air Show Calendar for 2017 is available here.

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