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Category Archives: History
Here in New Hampshire, we are pretty hardy folk. When the famous “Nor’easters” come through, we are prepared. Food, water, fuel – check, check, check! So when a hurricane comes rolling through, what does our Homeschool Co-op group do? Batten … Continue reading
Community theater is a fantastic way to have kids learn valuable life skills, and a great way to enhance your ongoing curriculum, regardless of being home schooled or otherwise-schooled. Speaking, singing, dancing, acting, set-designing, lighting and sound-arranging, ticket-taking, theater-prepping–it all … Continue reading
Wow! That’s a view! Our homeschool group, Relaxed Homeschoolers of New Hampshire, recently went on a field trip to this unique mansion with breathtaking views. We took a trolley ride from the carriage house up to the main mansion. … Continue reading
Nearly every major city has a Museum of Natural History, or an Art Museum… but it is really exciting to check out the smaller, more unique museums. Antique Car Museums, Photography and Camera Museums, Museum of Roller Coasters, Funky Fashions … Continue reading
Imagine being tossed at sea in your ship, in a pitch black night, during a torrential downpour of rain that seemingly would never end! You are lost, cold, tired and scared. But you are a Ship Captain, and you have … Continue reading