Field TripsJanuary

Get Out of the House in January with Homeschool Roster

Homeschool Roster has an exciting January month of field trips planned! Pick and choose where you want to go and what you want to do. Add one or two field trips to your schedule, or add them all! If you are a Homeschool Roster member, please log into your account to register with your own private field trip link. If you are not a Homeschool Roster member, you may use the registration link provided to register for any non-member field trip.

Check back for field trips that may be added later. We look forward to seeing you on a field trip!


The Struggle is “Read” {Members and Non-members}, 1/13

This workshop discusses reasons behind the struggle of learning to read and overview of areas needed to help to reinforce it. LEARN MORE.


Discovery Park of America {Members}

Discovery Park of America is offering free admission for children during the month of January. We will enjoy the admission special and cinema-themed activities for a full day of learning. LEARN MORE


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory {Members}

Based on the book by Roald Dahl, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory brings the beloved story of life onstage, capturing the mystical tale of Charlie Bucket after finding a Golden Ticket that grants him a day inside Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. LEARN MORE


Donut Making {Members}

Donuts are fun to eat and even more fun to make. We will tour a donut shop, learn how donuts are made, and make some of our own to take home and eat. LEARN MORE.


Cenicienta: A Bilingual Cinderella Story {Members}

“Ten-year-old Belinda loves to tell stories, but when she’s in the basement preparing for a party upstairs, she’ll have to get creative. Using everyday objects like teapots and napkins, Belinda recreates the classic tale of Cinderella.” LEARN MORE!


Buff City Soap {Members}

We are headed to Buff City Soap to learn about the company, how the business is run, watch a soap demonstration, and do a little creating. LEARN MORE!


CPR and AED Training and Certification and First Aid and Narcan Training {Members and Non-members}

Being First Aid/CPR/AED certified can be helpful for personal education and/or recertification as well as job proficiency – lifeguard (use certification towards requirements), baby sitter, basic job requirement (ex: OSHA), badges (ex: Trail Life, Boy Scouts, Heritage Girls, etc.). This training and certification will benefit your family, enable you to aid in a crisis, and have the knowledge to save a life. LEARN MORE.


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