Not to leave the elder daughter out, she went shooting, too.
I took my elder daughter out shooting last Sunday, with .22 rifle.
We're still just having fun, not being serious about anything except safety, but I'm slowly slipping in some lessons on position, and sights.
She shot a lot with my old Remington bolt rifle, which is scoped nowadays. She enjoyed using a scoped firearm for the first time. After she had loaded and unloaded about 50 rounds through it, shooting metal pipes and steel swinging targets, I pressed her for time, telling her to bolt it and fire a little faster. Then I gave her my late grandfather's tired old Marlin, with the open iron sights. As I've said, those aren't the best sights in the world, but she was surprised (and I was not) that she was able, when pressed to shoot faster, to make hits faster and more reliably with the iron sighted rifle.
On the way home, we picked flowers for her mother. (It was Mother's day.)