CLYDE'S ACTIVITIES (Age 11)
If you make some journal pages very soon after you visit the museum, you can still remember everything. That’s what Clyde thought best about doing a journal. Before going to bed most nights of his Washington, D.C., visit, he wrote a journal page or two. He cut out pictures of some of the air- and spacecraft he had seen. Those he pasted onto the pages, adding his own words and memories. It was almost like being back in the halls and galleries of the National Air and Space Museum.
Clyde wished some of his friends at home could be with him on his Smithsonian visit. He knew just what he would tell them to see and do. One of the maps available at the information desk became "Clyde’s Air and Space Tour."