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5 Virtual Field Trips: All About Cars

If your boys are anything like mine, they can’t get enough of cars! Cars make noise—cars are fast—cars look cool—cars, cars, cars! When my 14 year old step-son, “B”, arrived for the summer, I thought I had my curriculum pretty

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5 Virtual Field Trips: All About Science

The word science comes from the Latin scientia meaning “knowledge”.  Children have a natural thirst for knowledge.  As parents, we can help quench this thirst by visiting science museums.  Sometimes, however, these museums came be inaccessible for one reason or

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Virtual Field Trips

I love virtual field trips!  I love them so much , that I am going to start a series of them.  There are many places in this world that I will never be able to see for myself.  If it

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5 Virtual Field Trips: All About Animals

Is your student an animal lover?  Is the zoo his/her destination of choice?  If your children are anything like mine, they can’t get enough of animals.  I hope you enjoy these tours as much as we did! The Virtual Cat

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5 Virtual Field Trips: All About The Military

I love my country and I am very patriotic.  A lump wells up in my throat when I hear the Star Spangled Banner or say the Pledge of Allegiance.  It is only fitting, then, that I want my children to experience

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7 Virtual Museums You Would Never Imagined Existed

In this technological age, there is a plethora of information available about any subject you are interested in.  Just take a look at some of the fascinating topics you can explore with the click of a mouse! The Virtual Math Museum is

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7 Ways to Travel the Globe

Are you looking for an cultural experience without the hassle of packing the kids into the van and driving all over town? Does the cost of parking, admission, lunches, or souvenirs make it impossible to afford? It sounds like a Virtual Field trip is

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