“At School” this week we shared our thoughts that we are less interested in “where” children learn and more interested in creating vibrant souls in children, regardless if the learning takes place in the home or the classroom.
However, we must admit that one of the biggest advantages of homeschooling is the ability to get out into the world and learn; whether the learning takes place in our own back yard, our local small town park or an actual road trip . . .
Being amazed by real dinosaur tracks at Dinosaur Valley State Park. Nope, you can’t see authentic dinosaur tracks in a classroom. This was so cool! Even for Mommy and Daddy!
We share only a fraction of the “out in the world” learning we do on a daily basis. I wonder where our next adventure will take us? No better place to learn about our world than “out in the world!” So even if you’re in the classroom we encourage you to get out and explore our world as much as possible.
What is the last “out in the world” adventure you experienced?
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