As you plan your field trips for this school year, we’ve got a great set of resources to help you take full advantage of these natural learning opportunities.

Download the full field trip printable pack or print the individual components below.

Field Trip Planning Tips – Follow these 5 tips from our veteran homeschoolers to make sure your field trip goes smoothly.

100+ Field Trip Ideas – If you need inspiration for where to go and what to do with your kids this year, we’ve got you covered with this list of over one hundred field trip suggestions. No matter what your kids are passionate about, you’ll find something on this list to pique their interest.

Field Trip Planner – This planning sheet will help you schedule and track your field trips for each month of the year. Perfect for slipping into your end-of-the-year portfolio to show all the awesome learning adventures you’ve experienced!

Field Trip Report – Need a way to help your kids reflect on their field trip experience? Print off as many copies of this field trip report as you need to give your kids prompts for writing and drawing about their adventures.

Field Trip Scavenger Hunts – Scavenger hunts are a great way to keep your kids engaged throughout your field trip experience. We’ve got 12 different scavenger hunts prepared to accompany you to some of the most popular field trip destinations including the zoo, the planetarium, the beach, the science museum, the farm and more!

We’re always thrilled to see your family using these printables! If you share on social media, be sure to tag us @homeschoolcompass or use the hashtag #homeschoolcompass

This post is Part Two of our Homeschool Field Trip series. Check out some of our other Homeschool Field Trip articles below:

6 Tips for a Stress-Free Field Trip

Field Trip Discounts: Clever Ways to Save Some Green

Field Trip Hacks: Educational & Recreational Activities on a Budget

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