As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, we like to take our homeschool on the road as often as possible. This is especially true when it comes to teaching our kids Science and History. Nothing is more effective then letting your kids think they are playing when they are actually learning. With that in mind, we took our kids to the Kleb Woods Hummingbird Festival this past weekend. They had a lot of fun and learned so much that I knew that I needed to share our experience with you.
Kleb Woods Nature Preserve opened in 1994. How it came to be is quite an interesting story. Rather than rewriting it I am providing a link to a short article about it’s history. I hope that you will take a minute to read it.
This was our second time visiting the festival. My kids had a blast, and apparently so do most people, since it seemed to me that there were about twice as many people visiting the festival as there were two years ago.
If you live in the greater Houston area, this festival is a must field trip for your homeschoolers. Even of you don’t homeschool, the festival is a great way to spend a mid September Saturday morning with your family.
Do You Want to get Connected?
If you are on Facebook, and would like to get connected, it’s easy to find a homeschool group that fits your needs. If you would like to learn more about the Worry Free Homeschooling philosophy, you can read this article (which really needs to be updated). You can also just jump into our Facebook group, Worry Free Homeschooling by clicking here. Note: The group is set to private so it may take up to a day for you to be able to participate in the discussions.
Whether you are an old pro or just beginning your first year as a homeschool teacher, you can always use a support system. I would love for you to consider joining the Worry Free Homeschooling Facebook group.
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