Field trips for homeschooling parents are great things. They break up the monotony of the day, allow children to explore new and different places, and provide a welcome break from the normal course of lessons. They can also be hectic, with children running everywhere and getting into things, breaking rules, gathering negative attention from the people around them—and the more children you have, the harder it can be to keep things under control. It is possible to manage multiple children, even of varying ages, all at the same time—but it takes a little planning.
September 28, 2013