An update on all the winter family fun around Atlanta – for you! Homeschool days, low cost and educational fun. With a peek at spring time too!
Snow Mountain at Stone Mountain
Snow? in Georgia? Yes! November 22, 2014 – February 22, 2015 (Select Dates)
Spend a fun-filled day playing across five football fields of frosty joy. Zoom down the 400-foot hill all together in our family-sized tubes, or go it alone as a single rider. From snowman building to snowball shooting, tubing to togetherness, enjoy all the moments that will make for the perfect snow day. Be sure to check out the Snow Mountain page for what to wear and what to bring so you are ready for a day of fun!
Atlanta History Center
So much to see and explore from winter and into spring! Upcoming temporary exhibitions, family programs, educational offerings, lectures, and more.
- Magic Mondays
- Homeschool Days
- Sheep to Shawl, the popular annual spring family program
- Juneteenth, the annual two-day commemoration of the Emancipation Proclamation
Homeschool Days at The Atlanta High Museum of Art
Several exhibits end this month, yet new ones begin!
Be sure to check out the upcoming spring homeschool days! Scavenger hunts, special activities and more.
World of Coca-Cola
How about a writing project? You’ve Got Mail! Letters from the Coca-Cola Polar Bear
This winter season and continuing year-round, send a surprise to friends and family by requesting a personal invitation to the World of Coca-Cola from the Coca-Cola Polar Bear himself. The letters will be mailed directly to them and are the perfect way to send a little happiness to someone special. –> Request your personalized invitation online here.
And now is the time to be thinking about this upcoming spring event!
Teach Them Diligently Convention and GHEA
Did you know that Teach Them Diligently is teaming up with Georgia Home Education Association (GHEA)? Oh I dearly love and value continuing education. And this is THE homeschool convention to attend in Atlanta. I’ve written about GHEA and the encouragement of seeing the sheer number of fellow homeschoolers:
Continuing Education at Your State Homeschool Convention – The sheer number of homeschoolers. That’s what impressed me most the first time I attended my state homeschool convention. Others, like me! Filling an entire convention center! That alone helped me know I was not the only one on this journey. There are other families like us – and lots of them! (There’s my family – in the front row – listening to Voddie Baucham last May at our state convention, GHEA).
Real Refreshment Retreats
And though this is not an Atlanta event, I highly recommend Real Refreshment Retreats (RRR). I have attended two RRR in the last several years. Ready to be encouraged in your journey? Right during the winter blahs? I urge you, fellow sisters in the homeschool trenches, to make retreat time a priority. Yes it is for you.
What a blessing! Read more about my experiences here: Real Refreshment Retreats for the Homeschool Mama
More Georgia Travel and Studies
- Electives and Extracurricular for Multiple Ages
- St. Simons Island: A Golden Isle of Georgia in 48 hrs
- St. Simons Island: Historical Sites to Visit
- Georgia Civil War Field Trips and Resources
- Waterfalls to Visit in Georgia
- Free and Frugal Atlanta Summer Staycation
- World of Coca-Cola Summer
- Georgia Rocks Nature Study
- Atlanta History Center Homeschool Days
Will I see you at any of these places or events?
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