Sunday, January 20, 2013


 Roanoke, VA (Aug.2012)

 New Kent Museum (Sept, 2012)

 Shark Tooth Unit, searching for ancient sharks teeth in sand we got from Calvert County, MD (Sept, 2012)

 Identifying what we found.

 Exploring a butterfly (Sept, 2012)

 Midlothian Mines Tour with Homeschool Group (Sept 2012)

Working on a blog entry at home.

 Making masa, Native Americans Unit (October 2012)

 Political Rally (October 2012)

 Seeing our candidate at the Political Rally (October 2012)

 Exploring the James River (November, 2012)

 VA Museum of Fine Arts (Nov, 2012)

 Back to the James River (Nov, 2013)

 Civil War Workshop with homeschool group (Nov, 2012)

 Outer Banks, NC (Nov. 2012)

 NC Aquarium (Jan, 2013)

 Petting Sting Rays

 Playing with sharks (after a great lesson in plate tectonics)

VA Science Museum (Jan, 2013)

 Steam Engine Lesson by Dad.

 Tin Can Telephones (A. Bell Unit, Jan 2013)

 Shelling and ID- Pea Island, NC (Jan, 2013)

And that is why we homeschool!  Most of these activities happened during a regular school day for most students.  We explored our world and learned much more than we could if we were sitting in a desk in a school building.

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