We've been spending some time at the family hunt camp in Georgia. With all that time in the woods, it was homeschool gone wild!
The boys brushed up on their archery skills and also their lizard catching.
It doesn't take much to take our little family homeschool on the road. We study our bible verses. The boys bring simple notebook journals to add sketches and do nature journaling and we bring along a few easy books and workbooks.
They take pictures and investigate the world around them. And we also take the time to learn about the area where we travel to. Often we will stop along the way and visit other parks and museums as well.
At our hunt camp, the boys experienced the changing of the leaves (different for us) and learned about cotton when we visited a local cotton field. At camp, they caught lizards and had a great time in the wild.
The boys called these "fence lizards" I have yet to come up with anything different. This one is a very colorful specimen. If you know the name - let me know!
Although these guys clearly do have legs - I thought you might enjoy this video by Ken Ham about legless lizards: