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My Field Trip and Travel Journal

One of the exciting things about homeschooling is the opportunity to shape the educational experiences your child has. One way you can do this through hands on learning combined with the practice of notebooking.

Field trips and travel are an important part of the homeschool experience. Keeping a field trip and travel journal for each child can be a wonderful experience for your family, and your kids can benefit from the practice of notebooking about what they’ve learned.


 

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My Field Trip and Travel Journal

My Field Trip and Travel Journal
Right now, Danika Cooley of Thinking Kids Press has a special limited time offer for you. You can pick up the My Field Trip and Travel Journal (normally $15) FREE–but it’s only available for free through May 15th, 2018. After that, you can find it in the Homeschool Tools section of the Thinking Kids Press store.

To get your free copy, you’ll want to visit the Thinking Kids blog. You’ll find the sign up form in the middle of the My Field Trip and Travel Journal post.

Once you register, you’ll receive email access to the journal, along with some great gifts, weekly news, and exclusive offers.


The My Field Trip and Travel Journal is a wonderful record of trips for your children, with watercolor artwork and quotes from Christian history throughout.

As your children travel and explore the world around them, you’ll want to have a way for them to keep track of where they’ve been and what they’ve seen. The My Field Trip and Travel Journal will help them do just that.

Your kids will keep track of:

  • Places They’ve Been
  • Places They’d Like to Go
  • Mapping Their Journeys
  • A Record of Their Trips
  • Trip Dates

Your kids will learn:

  • To Keep Lists
  • About Geography
  • Where They Are in the World
  • Notetaking Skills
  • Basic Memoir Story Writing
  • To Plan Trips on the Calendar

 Register here for your free My Field Trip and Travel Journal.

 

Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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