It Only Takes One Bad Apple

As homeschoolers, we are notorious for utilizing field trips to enhance our children’s learning. When we visit these venues, are we setting the example of stellar behavior, as both representatives of homeschooling families, and more importantly, of Christ? We are...

Out & About: Riley’s Farm

by Katie Julius One of the best ways to learn anything is through a hands-on, interactive experience. Riley’s Farm in Oak Glen, CA provides immersive learning opportunities rooted in various time periods of American history. Our homeschool group recently attended...

Out & About: The Last Bookstore

by Katie Julius Earlier this month, some of the Southern California CHEA staff visited The Last Bookstore in downtown Los Angeles. Part new and used bookstore and part artisan shop, the bookstore offers a little something for everyone – even some pretty fun...

Out & About: In-N-Out Tour

by Katie Julius From the crossed palm trees out front to the fresh ingredients and Bible verses printed on the food packaging, nothing is more iconic to California cuisine than In-N-Out. In-N-Out first opened in 1948 in Baldwin Park, CA, by Harry & Esther Snyder...

Field Trip Planning Tips

by Katie Julius With a very active, hands-on “little learner,” field trips are an essential part of our school year. Planning comes naturally to me, so I enjoy this process. I know it doesn’t for everyone, so I hope the information shared below will help even the most...