This summer, we adventured to Williamsburg, VA – a family vacation, yes, but also the most perfect homeschooling field trip.
Our Family Field Trip to Williamsburg, VA
We kicked things off at Busch Gardens – lots of map reading happened here! ha!
We love this park – it’s so beautifully maintained. We love all the trees!
Yes, I would say these things even if they hadn’t welcomed This Little Home of Mine there with media passes. ha! In fact, we didn’t even end up using our media passes, because we took advantage of their preschool program and then purchased season passes for the rest of us. The pricing was a no-brainer for sure! We’ll be heading back soon~
In addition to rides, rides, and more rides (including lots of water park glides and slides), we also spent a lot of time in Colonial Williamsburg.
A huge portion of my oldest’s history book literally brought to life before our eyes…
so much that we’ve read about…
…so much that we will read more about this year. It was fantastic!
More connections made than a textbook could have ever provided!
If you live anywhere near this favorite spot of ours, I would highly recommend making the trip. Even with little ones, we were able to experience so much – letting them run around in open fields as needed, of course.
My best tip for traveling with kids? Give them breaks before they start letting you know they need them – and snacks, lots and lots of snacks.
Another special part about this trip was exploring some of the local parks in the area. We simply Googled nearby parks and hit two or three different ones.
This was a great way to decompress in the evenings…
…gifting us with even more time outdoors.
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