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Homeschooling: Taking the classroom outside of the home

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No matter what everyone else THINKS about homeschooling, I’ve always said, “Just because someone chooses to homeschool their child, doesn’t mean you always have to school at home.” Nowadays it’s not very difficult to find tons of educational programs for families of homeschoolers in just about any age range.

While the places I mention in this video are specific to my community, keep in mind that most cities and towns will have similar centers, museums, gardens, etc.

Need ideas on where to look for educational programs near you? Try asking other homeschooling families, checking local mommy/family blogs, and of course there’s always dear old Google.  Trust me, it’s worth the research. You’ll enjoy getting out of the house, and the learning experience your young one will receive is priceless.

For more homeschooling ideas, see my other posts in this series such as: Our First Year Homeschooling and What I Learned Along the Way and Homeschooling: Choosing a Budget Friendly Curriculum.

 

 

educational PROGRAMS MENTIONED IN THE VIDEO:

 

HUNTSVILLE BOTANICAL GARDEN

 

US SPACE AND ROCKET CENTER

 

THE EARLY WORKS FAMILY OF MUSEUMS

ALTITUDE TRAMPOLINE PARK (HUNTSVILLE, AL)

 

ASTC TRAVEL PASSPORT PROGRAM (ASSOCIATION OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CENTERS)

 

 

 

 

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