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  1. July-August The French Academy offers fun immersion camps for children (ages 5 to 12) in the summer! Filled with fun games, artistic creations, and exciting activities, your child will have a summer to remember! We offer the camp in half days or full days in July and August. Registrations weekly per child. So you can sign up for which ever week(s) you'd like. *** HALF DAYS *** - Mondays to Fridays - 8:30am - 12:00pm - $305 per week ***FULL DAYS*** - Mondays to Fridays - 8:30am - 4:00pm - $405 per week ***After Care Possible*** - Mondays to Fridays - 4 pm - 5:30pm - $130 per week, per child - Early care on demand Check here to see the dates and to register for a camp in Chevy Chase : https://www.frenchacademy.us/french-for-kids-and-teens/french-youth-camps/french-immersion-camps-in-chevy-chase/index.php *** Why is the French Academy so unique? *** - Highest standards of teaching quality at a reasonable price - Excellent native teachers, passionate about their work and certified in "Teaching French as a Foreign Language" - Hands-on curriculum tailor made to your needs - Small sized immersion classes to make sure everyone will get more attention
  2. Hi All, We are planning a Hawaiian family vacation this Fall. As such we would like to hear any experience other folks have had with cool things to do and see on Kauai with children (9,10,13). We primarily enjoy the outdoors including waterfalls, beaches, body boarding, snorkeling and hiking. Of course anything historic or cultural would be of interest as well. My wife and I have been there once on our anniversary decades ago in the Winter. But it rained the entire time and was actually cold. So this time we want to try to time it better and go just after Summer (late Sept/early Oct). Thanks for any ideas or input,
  3. Some of you may know that I own a bed & breakfast on a corner of Peace Hill Farm. It's a lovely old farmhouse, the rooms are beautiful, and the hosts are welcoming (and amazingly good cooks). It's very family-friendly but we've just opened up an even more family-friendly option: the Publisher's Cottage. It sleeps up to 6 people easily, more with just a little bit of shoehorning. There's a washer/dryer and full kitchen. We're a 25-minute drive from Williamsburg and the Historic Triangle, 50 minutes from historic Richmond, and just minutes away from the colonial plantations along Route 5 in Charles City. Plus you can visit my sheep and feed apples to Max the Giant Draft Horse. Here's the B&B site: http://peacehillbb.com/ and the Publisher's Cottage page in particular: http://peacehillbb.com/rooms-publishers-cottage.php OK, commercial over. Thanks for being part of the boards and Peace Hill Press (the B&B business helps to support the work of the Press). SWB P.S. Book before Christmas, tell the hosts you saw this post on the WTM Forums, and get a 10% discount.
  4. I want a website that will tell me interesting attractions along our route. You know - the giant ball of wax, the a store that sells the burritos as big as your head, or the smallest bridge in the US. I think I should be able to put in my starting destination and ending destination and it would have all these type of things within say a 5 or 10 mile radius of my route. Am I dreaming or wouldn't this we useful for long family car trips.
  5. Who has vacation plans this year? Where are you going? We are undecided on a family trip this year. Looking for inspiration.
  6. Hi Everyone, I want to start by saying I have never in my life planned a vacation. We are in dire need of a vacation and I thought perhaps New England in the fall would be perfect. Where do I start? Any suggestions? I would like to: - see the beautiful fall colors, probably go hiking - take the boys to see the ocean, look for sea shells - feed my husband copious amounts of fresh sea food - historical stuff is a definite bonus - visit a brewery, if there is one in the area - maybe see stuff about the Mayflower (dh is a descendent) - not go broke :) I am not totally against making a couple stops, staying in different places. Part of me thinks it would be great to rent a home/cottage in a small town for a few days. The Mayflower is not a must see, I would like to be open to anywhere beautiful in NE, not just Mass. Thanks! SJ **Tips on vacation planning is welcome!**
  7. DH and I are thinking about exploring the PNW for our next trip. This would be ONLY us! So we're wondering what should we NOT. MISS. We're currently looking at the extreme northern region; Bellingham, Port Angeles, and we do have passports, so Canada is definitely not out of the question! This is our first trip away from the kids in about 6 years or so, so a little romance is not out of the question :001_wub:
  8. We're headed to the Smoky Mts NP for a week, camping and would love to hear suggestions. What hikes should we make sure we take? Any sights that we should not miss? Thanks, Carole
  9. Here are the qualifications: 1. needs to be within a 10 hour drive of central Virginia. (Just to give you an idea, we can apparently drive to Niagara Falls in 9hrs and 45 min.) 2. Needs to be somewhere that doesn't cost an arm and a leg to stay. Ideally, we will spend about $1,000 on the trip and we have a week. 3. Outdoor activities are a plus... particularly natural wonder type things. 4. One son wants to go places to say he has been there and see things to say he has seen them. He is just looking for experience, natural, historical, whatever. 5. We have three boys aged 10, 7 and 4 at the time of this trip. 6. Camping is a plus. Ideas? Links?
  10. I've always taken our animals on vacation, but this year I have no room in the car. I own two dogs, 1 cat, and a quaker parrot. The dogs are easy because they are small and can sit in a child's lap; but not the cat or parrot. I'm thinking of asking a neighbor's child to pet sit for me. How many times per day should she come over to let the cat in and out and for basic "play time"?
  11. There are some among us who can take full advantage of being the boss of their own schedule when homeschooling. People who care not a whit about school schedules. People who fly by the seat of their pants, setting work aside for a day or a week if a different/better opportunity arises. Folks who, in some cases, school through the summer just so they can take breaks as the need and desire arises. I am not one of those people.:) Oh, I'm not a slave to a schedule, and I don't precisely follow the public school calendar. We always stop and start our school year later than they do, for example. I also prefer to roughly follow a 6 weeks on, 1 week off pattern of my own making. But the older my children get, the more I find that a schedule somewhat close to that of the schools does make the most sense. The more need I have of a clear summer break, and the more I realize that said break shouldn't extend too very long without good reason. So. Having said that, I can't decide how I feel about starting school later than ever this year. (Keep in mind that in this neck of the woods, public schools typically stop in early- to mid-June and resume in late August. I usually school through mid-July and start up again mid-September.) Is a vacation worth it if it means missing out on the front end of fall sports/activities...If going away means coming back and jumping in both feet first and taking few breaks through the year ~ unless we want to be faced with schooling through much of next summer? I know this is all a matter of personal taste and opinion. I'm squarely in the undecided camp, though, and curious how my imaginary friends have to say.:D
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