Several I introduced to flying are earning fine livings doing the bigga buss inna air routines and several others are just having the GA Aviation experience. The formal EAA Eagles program is a great thing, but I know sure as I look up at all airplane noises above me, we here have introduced one helluva lot of kiddies to the third dimension in movement. Two recent experiences were outstanding for different reasons: #1) I took my seven y/o granddaughter for her first hop and after about fifteen minutes of cruising around at 4000', she requested that we do a "split-s" I asked her to describe it, she did fairly well, and we did that "split-s".. then we did some other recoveries from unusual attitudes all to her squeals of delight and words of encouragement. We'd still be up there doing those maneuvers were it up to that one! #2) I took up my dentist's boy child of seven years and he was a bit less adventuresome. What he did discover and enjoyed for the forty-minute ride was that if you puff air into the VOX headset, there is a big air noise that results and that noise can be shaped and altered and..... Kids!