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Field Trips & Adventures

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Family Magazine Special Edition

Ships September 2017

Homeschoolers and teachers often seek fascinating and educational sites, both locally and in other regions around the country. Field Trip & Adventure Guide explores a variety of educationally enriching destinations for one-day field trips or multi-day vacations and trips.

In Field Trip & Adventure Guides, you will find:

  • destinations full of academic enrichment value
  • suggestions for incorporating a trip into your homeschool curriculum
  • tips for preparing and executing a well planned field trip
  • ways to turn your own community into a wealth of field trip opportunities
  • additional unique, “just for fun” destinations
  • ...and much more!

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ISBN 2017fieldtripsadventures
Price $14.95
Field Trips & Adventures is divided into four regions across the United States.
NORTHEAST
NH, VT, ME, MA, RI, CT, NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD, & Washington, DC

With a wide variety of destinations for the history and science lover, this region contains a wealth of possibilities. The homes of authors such as Mark Twain and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow enrich the region even more. Follow the Freedom Trail, visit a unique castle, and explore hundreds of years of history in the New England area. This region is rich in the history of nearly every phase of our nation's history. Find colonial, revolutionary, westward expansion, Civil War, and immigrant related historical sites, just to name a few. Destinations like Assateague Island and the Wilder Homestead bring favorite literature to life, while state parks and natural science museums explore scientific delights.

SOUTH
FL, GA, SC, NC, VA, WV, KY, TN, MS, AL, OK, TX, AR, LA

Discover historic Barter Theater or delve into the life and ministry of Billy Graham. Spend several days exploring entire counties filled with historic sites and locations that will spark any young scientist's interest. In a region rich with culture and history, explore a wealth of Civil War history and see a natural beauty unique to this region of our nation.Visit the various towns and locations that shaped Abraham Lincoln, find locations that incorporate multiple subjects in a single trip, follow the Trail of Tears, visit the Alamo, and enjoy unique "just for fun" destinations, including digging for diamonds!

MIDWEST
WI, IL, MI, IN, OH, ND, SD, NE, KS, MN, IA, MO

Explore the land that the Ingalls family and many other adventurous pioneers settled and tamed as our nation expanded westward. Visit the Gateway Arch and imagine what it must have looked like when Lewis and Clark began their expedition to explore the nation's newly acquired land. Learn about Native Americans, see Mount Rushmore, and enjoy a wide range of cultural experiences in a region that covers a great deal of territory. With entire counties filled with historic and scientific treasures, opportunities abound for trips that will bring your curriculum to life - or just provide a day of great family fun! Explore a region rich in presidential history, take a ride on the Underground Railroad, or bring literary favorites to life.

WEST
MT, ID, NV, UT, CO, NM, AZ, WY, CA, OR, WA, AK, HI

The natural sites found stretched across this region are among the most beautiful in the nation. Filled with both historic significance and scientific delights, opportunities abound for field trips. Explore a region of our nation that includes such well-known destinations as the Grand Canyon, Mesa Verde, the Hoover Dam, and Yellowstone, discovering the magnificence that has stirred imaginations, drawn explorers and treasure hunters, and even caused wild speculation over the course of US history. With strong historical significance, beautiful natural sights, and a strong culture, field trips throughout this region are certain to pique the interest of students and teachers alike.

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