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Let’s Talk About: Activities

So Lindsey, parents want to know is homeschooling boring? Wouldn’t my children get bored always being home? What are some activities that you’ve done with your children to make the homeschool days less boring and still give them fun opportunities?

“This is a list of all the activities my kids have done as homeschoolers, mostly all with the homeschool group we’re in (so seeing the same friends every time), and some outside our home city have been done as a family trip.”

Field Trips:

Fall Fair

Treetop Adventure World

Museum of Health Care

Theatre Performance- Christmas Show


Geology Museum

Sir John A MacDonald House

Theatre Performance- Dinosaur Show

Woodworking Museum

Polymer Clay Art Class

Overnight at Upper Canada Village

Water Park Day

Art Museum

Toronto Zoo

Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament


Science Centre

Trenton Air Force Museum

CFSCE Communications Museum

Let’s Talk Science

Little Cataraqui Conservation Centre


Academic Co-Op (once a month Sept- June)

Soccer (once a week in the fall)

Gymnastics (once a week Sept-June)

Swimming Lessons (once a week in the spring)

Track and Field (once a week in the spring)

Phys Ed. Program (twice a month Oct.- April)

Orienteering (6 week program in the fall)

Annual Homeschooler Science Fair

Weekly Summer Park Meet-Ups


Not-Going-Back-to-School Picnic and Beach Day

Autumn Party

Christmas Party

Easter/Spring Party

Year End Homeschooler Sandbanks Beach Day

Year End Family BBQ and Bonfire

“Obviously different areas have different field trip possibilities and different group dynamics (some are bigger/smaller than others, some are more active than others) but this gives you an idea of what the social aspect of your homeschooling CAN look like, if you want it to. Sometimes we get so busy socializing we need to catch up on our academics! And if Covid makes all these socializing ideas impossible this year, just remember that the kids in school aren’t getting to socialize much either. All of us will be suffering pretty equally this year unfortunately.”

There you have it, homeschooling doesn’t mean sitting at home by yourself with your kids. You can have many fun field trips, socialization activities and more.


Let’s Talk About: Activities


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