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Free Field Trip Log Printable

Free Field Trip Log Printable #homeschool #fieldtrip

We've got places to go and people to meet! I'm determined to get us out exploring our town, our state, and beyond.

Although I don't live in a state that requires me to keep annual portfolios, I think it's a good idea to keep informal records of all our heavy work, including field trips. We arm-wrestled our way through an entire year's worth of education, after all.

So, in addition to keeping brochures of each location we visit in our unofficial portfolios, I thought it would be worthwhile to keep some kind of log of all our travels...or better yet, for my children to keep a log.

So here it is...our FIELD TRIP LOG. It's free to grab! Go ahead. You know you wanna!

More thoughts on Field Trips

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17 comments:

  1. This is great and since I'm getting all of our journaling papers sorted its perfect timing!
    Great way to write down quick stuff for writing later. Even the little detail of the "log" at the top works so well!
    Printing for use, thanks so much....

    More importantly congrats on the new little one!

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    1. Thanks! And I'm glad the log will work for you. We hope to journal many adventures together.

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  2. I like your trip log. I get the kids to do a journal entry and try to grab a brochure at the places we go, but they don't always have one. I think I will print of few of these off to add to our trip binder.

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    1. Ooo...a trip binder. You've got me curious? What else is in your binder? How fun. I'm a little addicted to stationary products...especially organized binders.

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  3. This is wonderful! Thanks so much for generously sharing it! I featured your field trip log as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow (and on Pinterest)

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    1. Wow! Thanks for letting me know, Deb. You always share such great ideas, so it's fun to be included.

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  4. So awesome! I have a kindergardener and would love to start tracking our bigger field trip! You are the best!

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  5. Thank you for these. I included them in the vacation books I made for the kids for our trip to the desert of NM. I linked back to here with my blog post. Thank you so much.
    http://3gigglygirlsathome.wordpress.com/2013/08/09/vacation-books/

    Lori

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    1. Lori, I'm so glad that it was helpful. Thanks for linking back. I'm gonna check out your post!

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  6. My kids love this and don't even realize they are writing (the reason I love it.) We use this form for our homeschool history class. They complete one of these each week about a non-fiction book of their choice regarding the subject we are studying!

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  7. Hello, We have been using your Field Trip Log this year, so I wanted to stop by and say Thank You! for sharing your creation! It is perfect for my 5 & 7 year olds, even for shorter outing that I would like them to reflect more on. I have truly appreciated your efforts with this! Blessings!

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  8. Hi,
    Just wanted you to know that we used your field trip logs for the last school year (2015-2016), and I'm printing more now for this new school year! Thanks for making such a great free printable!

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    1. So glad it has been helpful, Stacy! Happy homeschooling.

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  9. Thank you Jamie for all you do. Your website has been very resourceful today while I was searching for fieldtrip ideas. It is awesome to know that there are talented people out there willing to help and inspire others at no cost.

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  10. I'm glad this could be helpful to you!

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