You Don't Have To Spend A Fortune On EntertainmentYou Don't Have To Spend A Fortune On Entertainment

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You Don't Have To Spend A Fortune On Entertainment

Welcome to my blog. My name is John Maxwell. During the great recession, a lot of my friends found themselves struggling to pay the bills. The idea of spending money on entertainment became unthinkable. But there was a serious consequence to this. My friends saw less of each other. As a result, I went journey to find the most inexpensive or free ways of entertaining friends while still having a great time. Even though the great recession has long since passed, I believe that much of what I learned can still be useful. You can never save enough money on entertainment.

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Interactive Things For Your Kids To Do During An Aquarium Visit

Many kids are interested in the ocean and its many exciting creatures, which can make an aquarium visit a good option for any family that is looking for an outing. Whether there's an aquarium in your city or you find one during a vacation, this is an attraction to which you can easily devote several hours. While children will enjoy seeing the sea animals swimming and learning about them, they may especially be excited to know that many aquariums have a number of interactive options. Here are three interactive activities that you'll want to look for during your visit.


There are many aquariums that have specific areas that allow children and adults to touch certain animals. Often, this area is known as a touch pool or a touch tank. The exact animals that people can touch will vary between aquariums, but all are safe to touch. It can be a big thrill for any child to stand next to the tank, observe the animals moving around, and then slowly build up the courage to reach into the water and touch one or more of them. Plan to be ready to document the scene on your smartphone, as it can make for a memorable photo op.


Another interactive activity that your children will be excited about is getting a chance to feed some of the aquarium's animals. Generally, you'll buy a small amount of food from a vending machine or a sales kiosk, and then learn some tips about the best way to feed the animals. Your kids will have fun sprinkling the food into the water and watching fish and other animals quickly dart over and grab it. For many families, this is an area of the aquarium that they'll want to spend a considerable amount of time visiting.


Aquariums also give visitors a chance to handle all sorts of things, which can help children to better understand sea animals. For example, you'll often find a display that features the teeth of different sea animals that are accessible for touching. Your kids will be amazed to see the size of certain teeth — particularly those from sharks. At some aquariums, there will even be entire jaw bones of large sea animals that are set up so that children can step into them for a photo op. Look for these and other interactive opportunities during an aquarium visit with your family.