Educational Field Trips To Inspire Your Homeschoolers
You have the textbooks, online programs, and schedule squared away. Now get out and explore the world with educational field trips to help enrich and enlighten your homeschooler’s learning. Field trips allow your homeschoolers to have hands-on experiences and learn in different environments. These trips can be related to your current curriculum, part of a unit study, related to your child’s interests, or just for fun!
|Homeschool Field Trip Ideas Near Me: USA||Homeschool Field Trip Ideas Near Me: Canada|
Homeschool Field Trip By State
Ready to hit the road on a trip? Trying to find somewhere near you to explore? Get ideas on fun educational places to visit in every state with these field trips. Click on the state to get started planning your trip. Do you know a great location not listed? Contact me, and I will get it added to the site.
Homeschool Field Trip Ideas For Canada
Looking for field trip ideas in Canada? Get some inspiration below. Do you know a great location not listed? Contact me, and I will get it added to the site.
Want More Out Of Your Field Trip?
Sure field trips are fun, but there are ways to make them even better! Check out these homeschool field trip suggestions below.
- Go as a group! Check out your local homeschool groups and see if anyone wants to go together! Not only will this make the trip more fun, but it will enrich the experience and could make the trips cheaper with group discounts.
Get our Free Field Trip Bundle that includes a field trip planner, scavenger hunt, question form, and after field trip sheet.
More Field Trip Resources
Need more trip ideas? Need help planning your group trip? Try some of these resources.
“Taking a field trip is the icing on the educational cake! Field trips give you and your students a chance to have a hands-on experience with whatever you’re studying. But then again, they could have absolutely nothing to do with what you’re studying and just be for fun.”
“Take your learning to new places through educational field trips and excursions for all 50 states and U.S. territories!”
“In this book, Melissa explains the research behind using adventures as learning, how to get the most out of them, plan them, and overcome excuses not to go. The second half of the book includes lists of places to go for your circumstance whether that is large families, just teens, children in special circumstances and many more. Homeschooling gives us the freedom to use the world as our classroom, this book gives you a logical plan for doing so.”
“This site celebrates American imagination and industry. What better way to appreciate those qualities than to visit and tour America at work. The information on this site is maintained by many people throughout the United States who enjoy visiting American industry.”
“RoadsideAmerica.com is a caramel-coated-nutbag-full of odd and hilarious travel destinations — over 15,000 places in the U.S.A. and Canada — ready for exploration.”
Trekaroo is …a grassroots community of families inspiring each other to travel the world…a travel resource and app with thousands of guides, itineraries and reviews by real parents…a community of family travel experts excited to help you plan your travels.
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How have field trips enhanced your homeschooling? Let us know it in the comments below.
Do you want a location listed for your state, or do you know of another great field trip resource not listed? Contact me, and I will get it added to the site.