Boost Your Homeschool with Field Trips

Let’s get personal. My number one goal this year was to do more field trips. I would have never guessed that I would be the official Field Trip Coordinator of CHHEW. Who knew? My guess is that God heard my heart saying, “I need to get out more. I haven’t left Clinton County for over a month.” Especially during the winter months when you feel just a bit trapped in your home. Maybe, you are the adventureous type and shift into 4-WD and go. But this girl has had her fun in the snow and ice and prefers to stay in and get cabin fever. But not this year. Not anymore!


What can you get out of field trips? How about incorporating hands on learning. Seeing and doing leaves such a great impression on students. They will never forget the first time they grind corn or hear the bells at Carillon Park. They will recall this and apply it in their learning.


Socialization. Yes, I said it. The “S” word. Yes, you and your students will get that too. They will be with their friends and chances are you will be with yours as well. Friendships can be strengthened when doing things together.


Break up the routine. Feel like you need to shake things up? Get recharged with a planned field trip to refresh, renew your mind and spirit. Your students will have happy faces and you will feel like a rock-star.

What is happening this year? We have scheduled some awesome field trips. Some local, some out of town. Some free, some with a fee. Some history, some science, some technology.

A&M Farm Orchard (past), Heritage Village at Sharon Woods (past), Chilo Lock & Dam, R&R Tool, Apple Store at the Greene (be realistic and plan the entire day), Clinton County Court House Tour, Ceasar Creek Naturalist Program, and lastly Fort Ancient & canoeing.

RSVP on today for these exciting field trips. See you there!!!