Homeshool Field Trips: Family or Group?
They’re all wearing name tags and the teacher leads them through the museum as a guide tells them something about each exhibit. They move from one item to another quickly. Some children are listening intently and others are paying attention to each other or something out the window.
When our youngest took his senior trip in DC, he spent most of his time in only one of the museums. That was fine with us. He was soaking up all he was learning there, because he loved it. That’s what learning is all about! Field trips aren’t for testing, they’re for fun and maybe sparking a new passion for learning.