The apartment community I live/work at is full of kids who love to bug me, play with my toys (my cats have a child-sized cardboard playhouse, and I have an X-box), and check out my geckos. Last night 3 of them (2 ~8 year old girls and a 4 year old boy -- yeah, parents keep a real good eye on their kids here) knocked on my door and begged to see the geckos, and I was about to feed them so I let them enjoy and help with the show. The 8 year olds enjoyed taking turns dropping mealworms in front of Athena one by one and they all enjoyed watching Poseidon devour a few dozen crickets. The new leopard gecko is still adjusting and only eating a few items, even though she is huge, but she's still active. My favorite part was when the boy picked up a small container next to an enclosure and asked what it was and I told him to put it on the table and open it, and they all screamed when it was 4 morio (superworm) beetles. But then I showed them a superworm and also a pupa and explained their lifecycle and they thought it was pretty cool. Now they want to all coming over every other day for gecko feeding, lol. Hopefully it at least instills a respect for reptiles that will stay with them when they are older, it is hard to say no.