When we take children to museums, we also provide non-electronic options for entertainment. That’s a truly remarkable effort. It is the most expensive environmental advocacy effort in human history—and wildly successful. Weird, yes . . . but definitely Mormon. The kids tend to behave better without their siblings there, and I can ask them questions and engage them in conversation more easily. These activities can also help parents learn how to interact with their kids in the galleries because the teachers model appropriate techniques for talking about exhibited objects.