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  What about my child's special interests?
A wealth of experiences outside the home can supplement and enrich home education. Unlimited possibilities abound for field trips that individual families or groups can take. These provide valuable in-the-field learning laboratories.

Specialized classes are often available through parks, museums, art schools, or private teachers. Church and community teams offer various sports opportunities.

There may actually be more enrichment activities and time in which to do them available for home-taught students than for those in school.




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