An absolutely FREE ebook by Jamie Worley and Tricia Hodges – to encourage you, our fellow Georgia homeschoolers! When I started homeschooling I had to search around for resources, find a homeschool group, find out what was required by law in my home state. I wondered about homeschool days at popular field trip spots. In the last few years I have been blessed by friendship
We love going to local World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium and Stone Mountain. We recently celebrated Middle Girl’s birthday at World of Coca-Cola recently and built some great memories searching for the Vault of Secret Formula. We went with our church family to Stone Mountain in July. And we’ve been to the Georgia Aquarium three times with our annual passes. Many more visits to come
Summer started simple and easy going and then took off at super speed. So, we’ve slowed down these last weeks of summer by making a point of easing into homeschool. Since I took a break from weekly wrap ups and Collage Fridays over the summer, I’m sharing a little catch up of all we’ve been up to. This past week we started back to school.
Some of our very best summer memories are made with family right close to home. Today I offer up ideas for a super staycation in Atlanta! Plus, you can win tickets for a trip to the World of Coca-Cola, the Georgia Aquarium, and tickets to see the Atlanta Braves. Don’t miss this ultimate giveaway at the end! How Do You Enjoy a Staycation and Save
We ventured out on a recent wintry afternoon in search of rocks in our own backyard. We didn’t find any right away. We did see a few, red clay covered lumps or stones. Monthly Outdoor Hour Challenges newsletter – a free download for Handbook of Nature Study subscribers. We had peeked at the nature study grid by the back door before we headed out. So
Would you like to visit the Vault of the Secret Formula? I have four tickets to the World of Coca-Cola to give away – just in time for Mother’s Day. Be sure to enter to win! Over the last year we made it a goal to visit local destinations. Each child got to pick an attraction within an hour of home for a family destination
The sheer number of homeschoolers. That’s what impressed me most the first time I attended my state homeschool convention. Others, like me! Filling an entire convention center! That alone helped me know I was not the only one on this journey. There are other families like us – and lots of them! (There’s my family – in the front row – listening to Voddie Baucham
Nana invited us down to visit her at work. She works under that golden dome, at the Georgia State Capitol. It was a perfect time to go because the capitol was all decorated for Christmas. Also, it wasn’t crowded at all and Nana gave us our own personal tour. It was a capitol field trip. We were most impressed with the giant Christmas tree. The