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Historical field trips are one of the best aspects of homeschooling. They give children the opportunity to see what they are learning in their history books come alive. Sometimes it can be difficult to come up with field trip ideas for United States history curriculum based on where you live. Other times the weather gets in the way of our field trip ideas. Fortunately, we live in an age where we can virtually visit almost any place in the world we want to. Here are 37 fascinating virtual United States history field trip ideas for your homeschool when you just can’t get to them in person!
Early American History
American History in the 1800s
13. Lewis and Clark
14. The Alamo
17. Civil War Flags
23. Ellis Island
American History in the 1900s
24. Wright Brothers
27. World War II
Modern American History
32. September 11
As a homeschool mom for many years, I know what a challenge homeschooling is. I also know selecting homeschool curriculum can be confusing and time consuming. We all want the absolute best for our children.
That’s why I am dedicated to sharing our family’s experience with various curricula on this site. I want you to be able to make a well-informed decision when choosing the best homeschool programs for your children. To help you in selecting the right curricula for your homeschool, you might also be interested in reading:
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