Visits to National Parks help our children understand our country’s rich history and breathtaking landscape. Families can learn about history, science, and geography through guided tours, nature hikes, educational programs, and more.
To offer ideas of how homeschool families can learn in the parks, I asked some friends to share thoughts and experiences about their favorite National Parks & Historical Sites.
Here are some of their stories, tips, and, family memories:
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- Are you looking for a way for your students to learn the world’s countries over the course of one school year?
- Do you want to instill the curiosity to learn more about the cultural geography of our world?
- Are you looking for a geography program that is adaptable to multiple age levels – both elementary and middle school?
Look no further.
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- Science LogicCurriculum Development, 1996 - present
- Academia CelestiaHomeschool Educator, 2002 - present
- North Bay Elementary School5th Grade Teacher, 2000 - 2002
- North Bay Elementary SchoolElementary Science Specialist, 1996 - 2000
- Oregon State UniversityEducation, 1994 - 1995
- Oregon State UniversityScience / International Studies, 1992 - 1994
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