Many of us look back on childhood fondly; the “good ol’ days” full of laughter and playing with our friends. While it seems like those times were just for fun, it turns out that we were likely learning more than we realized.
Here in the Black Hills, we’re blessed with incredible natural and cultural resources. We have museums on everything from geology and paleontology to local and national history. Let us help you discover your next favorite hidden gem!
Did you know the Black Hills are full of fossils? In fact, some of the most complete T. Rex fossils to date have been found in western South Dakota, not to mention the world-famous Mammoth Site in Hot Springs.
After the pandemic brought travel virtually to a halt, many families are excited to get back on the road! There’s a new trend on the rise in family vacations that you might want to consider: including grandparents.
Play-based learning is a great way to break out of the classroom and have fun. But where do you start? We asked a local teacher for ways to take play-based learning outdoors for some hands-on activities.
When Chris and Sara Hornick decided to become foster parents, they knew it would be hard. What they didn’t expect was how much it would change their lives for the better.