WHERE IN THE WORLD HAVE YOU BEEN?! We are excited to see all the fun field trips again this month on our reoccurring linky. Have you been traveling, field tripping, adventuring outdoors, geotrekking, nature studying, hiking, or just walking around the block and collecting leaves?
Down here in Texas the trees are just now changing – despite it being 75 degrees out yesterday. Honestly, they really aren’t sure what to do with short stints of 35 degree weather and then back up to 80. I don’t blame them. It has been nice to see a few of them that don’t just spontaneously drop their leaves turn red, orange, and yellow.
We haven’t been on any big learning field trips, but we have certainly stopped to marvel over nature, and learned a few things about the trees in the process. The photo below is a red maple in Austin, Texas that a preacher planted 15 years ago “when it was only 6 feet tall”. It was split in an ice storm a decade ago, but he wouldn’t let them tear it down. Today it towers over a parking area and attracts instagrammers like me with its showy red display.
Where have YOU been lately? What have you seen?
We love seeing your links and hearing about fun field trip ideas. Join us here each month (the last Friday of each month) to link up your field trips. Our readers showcase their field trip links, linking recent trips or not-so-recent trips here on our linky tool below. It doesn’t matter how old your link is, but please only post the link to a particular field trip once. Wherever you are going – inquiring homeschool minds want to hear about it (and see pretty pictures!)…
Rules for linking up:
1. Your Fantastic Foto Fieldtrips post must be about a field trip and must contain photos.
2. There is no date limit on when you posted the article on your blog (ancient stuff from 2005 is acceptable).
3. You can include as many links as you want each month — the more the merrier (wow us!).
4. Do not link back to your main blog page — just the url from the actual field trip post and a title of where it was would be great: example — Sprittibee/Pumpkin Painting in the Park
5. Be sure to use the graphic for the meme either in your post or sidebar (or both)
Feel free to browse back through our older Fantastic Foto Fieldtrip posts to find great links and fun picture posts.
Just click on the field trips category on our sidebar and scroll away! We can’t wait to join you on your your adventures.
Credits: Photo by Sprittibee