Homeschool Activities & Resources

Rainy Day Activities for Kids

Great. The skies are still dark and the rain is still falling, ruining the plans you had for the day. What to do now? Find out with this article that has some great backup ideas.

Homeschool Field Trip Ideas

Incorporating field trips into a homeschool curriculum can help students acquire real-life applications of the concepts they are learning and explore culture and art in person. Read on to get some ideas for fun and interactive field trips, and explore corresponding lessons on Study.com.

Homeschool P.E. Ideas

By homeschooling your children, you will also be directly responsible for their physical fitness and education. Check out this article for some fun methods to keep your kids healthy.

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Homeschool Activities & Resources

Today more families are choosing to homeschool their children than ever before. The decision to use a homeschool program is unique to each family, with over 1.5 million families having made the choice to educate their children at home or in a homeschool co-op.

Homeschooling offers unique flexibility and personalization of a child's education, but the reverse of this is that it can be difficult to choose the path that is right for your family. Fortunately, there is a wealth of advice and support available from others who have faced similar challenges.

In this section of the resource, you will find a collection of activities and resources to enhance your daily homeschool experience. With the freedom to learn whatever you want, wherever you want, the relevance of field trips and learning about the world through exploration becomes ever more significant. Here you can get inspiration on places you may consider going for field trips along with ideas for how to link this to themes running through your child's education.

You can also get great rainy-day advice! Reading through this before the rainy day happens will give you a source bank to rely on when things do not go as planned. Additionally, you will find information on how to incorporate elements of physical education into your daily routine. Reading this section may lead you to consider the range of extracurricular activities available to homeschoolers, no matter where you live. Another popular area for students to get involved in is in sports, with clubs and groups are popping up all over the country that enable homeschool students to practice and compete in competitive sports with other children in their area. You may also consider joining extracurricular activities through a co-op or other public organization.

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