|A Friend's Homeschool Family Historical Cross Country Road trip|
|Visiting the Reptile Man at the Library...and getting to hold your favorite animal is pretty cool|
|Little Britches did a report on Lions...and then got to visit them at the zoo for an on location animal report|
|Trying to write his name with a slate and chalk|
|Official End of the Oregon Trail|
|Their very own candles|
|Love-Of-My-Life checking out a REAL wagon that really made the Oregon Trail journey.|
|Rain planting her own seeds after a seed anatomy lesson|
|Leah working on school on her porch|
|Sebastian practicing spelling words with sidewalk chalk|
|Set up a table in your backyard and work on your schoolwork|
|Thanksgiving brings and impromptu Turkey innards dissection lesson|
|Leah and John working on Critical Thinking Skills "on" the table!|
|Making Hot Sauce from the Peppers he planted himself!|
|Car at the mechanic? No problem. Work on school at the coffee shop.|
|Travelling? You can do homeschool lessons at the airport.|
The possibilities are endless in homeschooling. The world really is your oyster. There are no walls on your classroom (unless you make yourself have them) and you can learn and do just about anything! Children need an education...not a schooling. Homeschoolers don't just do "school" at home...we educated outside the classroom!
There you have it! The completion of my series 5 Common Myths About Homeschooling as part of the Real Life Homeschooling Blog Hop. I hope you enjoyed this series and that you will come back and visit me again!
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