Has the time come to teach your children about the early years of rock? Elvis.com has an awesome section for kids, including a video tour of Graceland hosted by twelve-year-old boy named Curtis with highlights such as Lisa Marie's favorite chair, Elvis' preferred spot for watching Saturday morning cartoons, the Graceland stables, and the archives of personal items including boyhood photo-booth snapshots. When it's time to take a family pilgrimage to Graceland in Memphis, be sure to print up the free field trip worksheet and scavenger hunt worksheet (don't forget the key that contains all the answers!). Don't miss exploring the way-cool virtual tour of Elvis' dressing room in 1969. Click on the guitar to hear it play, or on the scrapbook to see newspaper clippings from his legendary career. You can even rifle through his stage costumes. Our favorite part is the free children's activity book, with coloring pages, word puzzles, trivia and more! Download here. In honor of Lullaby Renditions of Elvis Presley, out today, it's Elvis week on the blog. Stop by each day for fun stuff including a free Rockabye Baby Elvis coloring page, and more! Can't get enough baby Elvis? Listen to an exclusive full-length sneak peek of "Love Me Tender" (lullaby style) here. Oh, and by the way, we're giving away five Lullaby Renditions of Black Sabbath CDs! Enter here!