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"Secrets to the Most Memorable Field Trip Ever"
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Dear Fun-Conscious Trip Planner,
How many times have you wanted to organize a fun field trip and didn't know where to start?
Or worse yet, planned one that flopped!
There are a number of things you need to know before planning any successful field trip.
Even little things can turn a mediocre trip into one that everyone will talk about for months!
"Field Trips - 7 Steps to Fun & Adventure” details everything my family and I have learned through our 22 years of planning fun and educational field trips.
We have written this book with you in mind. This step-by-step information resource guides you in organizing the most memorable field trip that your family has taken.
For anyone planning any kind of field trip, your book should be required reading before everyone heads out for their adventure.
Candy Reynolds, Teacher
How Did We Discover These Strategies
For Planning a Successful Field Trip?
During our twenty years of homeschooling we've been on scores of field trips. Most were fun, some were not.
Our experience teaches you how to plan a fun trip while avoiding the mistakes we made. Find out just how easy planning a field trip is using this simple step-by-step process.
It took us 6 months to plan and organize this e-Book for you and your family.
"You Won't Find Anything Like It Out There"
You don't have to try and re-invent the wheel or go through the same learning curve we did to have a fun-filled field trip. We've already done that for you in this 38-page, step-by-step guide.
Get the confidence you need to organize a fun successful field trip. Everything is covered in 7 simple steps.
What You'll Learn in This Book:
Section 1 – Why
Section 2 – Where
Section 3 - When
Section 4 - How
Section 5 - Who
Section 6 – What
Section 7 – Wrap-Up
I love this e-book! It is very clear and easy to read.
Very helpful information and I love the humor that shines through. You have done a wonderful job.
Kristi Scorcio, Homeschool Mom
You'll Also Receive These
2 Bonus Resources
That Are Essential to a Successful Field Trip:
An Appendix of Field Trip Destinations
This huge master list (which fills nearly 7 pages!) was designed with
your convenience in mind. It is alphabetically organized by subject
to enable you to effortlessly find a field trip destination to fit your
current school interests.
It includes a list of Field Trip Destinations that go far beyond your local
museum or zoo. You'll want to flip back to this section first to easily
choose where to go.
Four Field Trip Forms
You will easily find these Invaluable Bonuses
at the back of the Field Trip eBook
Congratulations Whyms family for this informative and systematically presented e-book on field trips! The book is really easy to read, while being full of practical ideas and suggestions. I had to smile because I am sure many of the ideas came from actual experiences, especially the cautionary ones. I really appreciate how functionality is a thread throughout the book, with career exploration being a part of it. Too many young adults get to the stage of transitioning out of school without any clue about what they might like to do for a living.
I also really appreciated the inclusion of ideas for children with special needs - so often not adequately considered when field trips are planned. Often children with special needs are excluded from activities and field trips because no one has had the forethought to think through the "how" on including them. I guess that the Whyms' family's actual experience with the deafblind camp, and other similar experiences may have something to do with the inclusion of this information.
The simple, but effective drawings add to the ease of reading through the book and solidifying some of the ideas. Again, congratulations for your home- schooling efforts and successes which I have actually witnessed - and even more for your efforts to reach out to others via personal contact, your website, e-newsletter - and now this useful publication. I
hope you keep this work going!
Lyn Ayer, Ph.D., Project Director
Oregon Deafblind Project
To Obtain All This Information You'd Have to:
- Spend 100's of $$ arranging field trips over the next 22 years.
- Waste countless hours getting other homeschoolers' experiences.
- Search the web for just a portion of what you get in this book.
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It is very interesting and insightful. I would recommend this to teachers, homeschoolers, and also parents in general. This book not only gave me good information on things for field trips, but for vacations, too!
My favorite chapter would have to be number seven, "Wrap-up!" There were so many great ideas about things to do after being on a trip. I also liked the idea of scoping it out ahead of time. There have been so many times my family and I went somewhere and it ended up being a disappointment and a waste of money.
Another good point was to not bring any valuables. I always leave my jewelry, even my wedding rings home, safe and secure. But, there have been a lot of times where I have been with someone who has lost something dear to them.
Something else I have never thought about before was bringing forms for other children. There have been so many times I took friends' children to places, without knowing if they had any allergies to anything in case of an emergency.
I loved the Sherlock Holmes game idea. That would be great for long car trips. The Folk Fair sounds awesome and something my family and I would love to do in the future! It would be great to visit Spain without leaving the country!
Thank you so much, this book has given me many ideas for the future!
Marley Washburn, Homeschool Mom
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