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The Museum of Printing hosts tours, lectures, and workshops for students of all ages. One recent group was the most fun. On the North Shore of Massachusetts there is a loose organization of parents who home school their children. They visit cultural or other venues as a group. The Museum set up a program to tell the story of print at a child’s level. Each child set type, inked it, and printed their name on a table-top showcard press. One of the older kids served as the printer’s devil. A great time was held by all, including the instructor.