WARNING: GIVEAWAY AHEAD!!
As a result, we haven't seen much of North Carolina. There are museums and zoos, science centers and amusement parks, and we've seen very few of them. In an effort to see more of the state that we plan to call home for awhile, I've promised the boys that we'd be more intentional with our field trips. While at the homeschool conference a few weeks ago, I found a resource we could use to help me with this promise. (I received a complimentary copy of Kids Love the Carolinas in exchange for my honest review.)
It's a really neat book called Kids Love the Carolinas. The super cool thing? There are books about several other states as well! I picked up the travel guide about North and South Carolina to see what new things we could discover about NC. You might remember my post about the field trip we took just over a week ago. Here's how the day was planned.
|Museum of Life and Science, Durham, North Carolina|
|Elmo's Diner, Durham, North Carolina|
So our first outing with Kids Love the Carolinas as our resource guide was a huge success! We need to head back to Durham again soon (the craft warehouse requires another visit) and we're hoping to make some reservations to the Duke Lemur Center. The boys thoroughly enjoyed the lemurs at the Museum so they'd really like to see more of them.
We are bookmarking pages, highlighting locations, and making lists of where we want to go. I promised the boys that I'd do my best to see new places so I'm pretty sure this book and I are going to become pretty good friends!
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