Obama has taken a lot of time to hold babies, comfort the families of fallen soldiers, and take time to share the White House with the people. He often hosts parties and cultural nights so that people from all backgrounds can share in the culture and fun of the White House. He is the type of person that most people would like to have for a friend, and history will remember him for that.
Yes, I believe that President Obama will be remembered more for the little things that he has done to make the nation better. Healthcare is one of the big memorable things that Obama has done. Other than that, Obama will be remembered for the little things that he has accomplished during his presidency.
President Obama will be remembered for large accomplishments, rather than smaller ones such as holding an annual science fair. His major accomplishments include enacting health care reform that provided coverage to millions of the uninsured, killing bin Laden, and presiding over an economy recovery after a severe downturn under his predecessor. These overshadow smaller accomplishments.
President Obama has taken the time to visit families of soldiers, as well as many other thoughtful actions during the time he has been President. However, he will be most remembered for the sweeping changes he made - for instance, changing the health insurance market through Obamacare. Most people will remember the big changes he made more than individual actions.