My mom, and Husband to a certain extent, are history buffs. Both know all the presidents. My mom has challenged her grandchildren (this began with my cousins who did not take her up on the challenge) to learn the presidents. For achieving this goal, there is a great sum of money earned. Nephew did this last year at the age of 7. We may be able to do that as well if not surpass that age.
Little Miss has learned the first ten presidents, first and last names. I told her she only needed to learn the last names, but she would have none of that. I'm also hoping my mom doesn't take points away for mispronunciation because Martin Van Buren is a little tricky for her. Her extra points for learning first and last names should carry her.
Regardless, her favorite (so far) is John Tyler. In the book that we have, John Tyler is surrounded by marbles. I ran across this today. I don't have the heart to tell her it's a myth. She'll have to find a new favorite president. Maybe she'll like Teddy Roosevelt. His page has a teddy bear.
I'm editing this to mention that many websites still say that John Tyler was playing marbles when notified he was now President. I'll let Little Miss believe it for now, and she can make up her own mind. It's not like there's a reliable source to confirm anymore.