Field trips play an important role during the homeschool years. Utilized both for educational enhancement and as a time to put the books down and take a break, Well Planned Gal has developed this special edition to help make the most out of field trip experiences.
This content rich edition includes nine regions spanning the United States:
FL, GA, SC, NC, VA, WV
Discover the diversity of field trip options from coastal museums in St. Augustine, marine life at aquariums, and the history of the Civil War through battlegrounds.
East South Central
KY, TN , MS, AL
Explore history, agriculture, science, and more throughout the Southeast museums, battlefields, and discovery centers.
West South Central
OK, TX, AR, LA
From the dusty plains and the rich heritage of bayou, to the gulf coasts and cattle country, educators have a plethora of activities to choose from in the Southwest.
NH, VT, ME, MA, RI, CT
Rich in the founding history of our nation, the New England region offers educators a wide variety of field trip options.
NY, NJ, PA, DE, MD, DC
From the bustling city to the quietness of the countryside, educators are given a wide variety of field trips to explore.
East North Central
WI, IL, MI, IN, OH
The Northeast region issue will cover the museums, history parks, nature centers, and unique opportunities that educators can utilize to enhance their student’s education.
West North Central
ND, SD, NE, KS, MN, IA, MO
The beauty of the Northwest comes alive through the scenery of national monuments, parks, and nature centers. With history facts and exploring tips, educators will bring these field trips spots to life.
MT, ID, NV, UT, CO, NM, AZ, WY
Educators will bring history and nature to life in the abundance of field trip locations across the western mountain region.
AK, HI, CA, OR, WA
The coastal pacific offers a diversity of areas to explore, giving an educator tools to take learning to a whole new level.