September 20, 2006

First and Second Grade Field Trips

As promised, here's the list of field trips from our First Grade/Second Grade Year in 2004-5. You can view the previous two year's field trips (PK-1st Grade) by browsing my Homeschool Series post. As I update my "Field Trip Foto Friday" Series, I'll try and stop back in here to add links to my detailed reviews of these field trips.

If I've done a review of the field trip, I'll link it below and mark it with asterisks (***) so you can go view the review.

I was surprised that I didn't have as many field trips for this year as the previous year. I think a lot of that is due to the fact that we participated in a very active weekly co-op and had many indoors field-trips that were "brought to us". I may share a few of those for Field Trip Foto Friday as well if I come across some good photos.

My son was 7 when we began the school year in 2004, and was 8 when we ended it. My daughter was 5 when we began the school year and 6 when we ended it. We always have fun field-tripping. Of course, I did not list the numerous times we went to the park or library. I may be unable to find a photo for each trip, but I do think many of these were photographed. I have been forgetting to tote my camera around more often this year. I don't know what has gotten in to me. I am usually a photo-taking junkie.


2003-2004 Field Trips (First/Second Grade)

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Anonymous said...

That was a fantastic list of field trips; thanks for sharing! I am trying to help a friend develop a homeschool curriculum for her young children, and I think your list will help out a lot.

Sprittibee said...

I was not that impressed with this particular list. You should go and check out the previous two year's worth! I have another year to blog about yet... (last year) and I think we did quite a few field trips last year if I remember correctly. :) It just takes me sitting down to actually TYPE this list up... and I'm just pooped out after handling four blogs this week. We have hardly gotten any school done, so I had better get off this computer and crack the whip!

Have a great day and thank you for commenting!!!

Anonymous said...

Can you give me more specifics on The Crow's Nest Farm? I'm having a hard time finding a website.

Sprittibee said...

Hey Brandi... looks like the URL is harder to get than just a simple google search. Let me see if I can locate it for you. Thanks! By the way, they are also a wildlife rehabilitation center, so maybe TX Parks and Wildlife might be able to direct you if it takes me much longer to get the link together.

Sprittibee said...

Crowe's Nest farm is spelled with an E after Crow. ;0) That should help you with your search. Try !!!

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