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07/17/2018

Fun and Educational Field Trips for Students

The first few weeks of summer may have been exciting for your child, but now that they've run out of things to do, they may be pretty bored. Help them beat this summer boredom by taking them on some educational and fun summer field trips. Below are some ideas for trips you can take around town with your child.

Explore Some Museums

The great thing about museums is that there are all kinds of museums. This means you can definitely find a museum that your child will be interested in. Look for children's museums that include plenty of interactive exhibits that make learning tons of fun. You can also check out an art museum or a natural history museum. Most museums include something for children, so you can be sure they won't get bored.

Visit a Park

Get your child outdoors by taking a trip to a local park. Parks are great for getting active, but they can also be the perfect space to do some exploring. Go on a nature walk with your child and explore the different plants, animals, and bugs you see along the way. You can visit different parks around town or even a national park and compare and contrast your findings.

Check out Your Local Newspaper

If your child is interested in media, taking a trip to your local newspaper, television station, or even radio station is a great idea. They can get a behind the scenes look at how things are produced, the number of people working on a single project, and the type of work each person performs. This can open up their eyes to a number of different careers they never knew existed!

Tutoring in Whittier CA

To help your child make the most of their summer, enroll them in tutoring in Whittier. For the best tutoring programs around, contact The Tutoring Center, Whittier CA. Be sure to ask them about the number of different academic programs they offer. Give them a call at (562) 699-0218 to learn more.

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