One of my favorite summer activities is gardening. (Yes, we do take a summer break.) I started my plants a while back (with the help of my daughter) and my daughter and I have enjoyed watching the plants grow, talking about how they grow, planning our garden, etc. She also takes gardening as a 4-H project, so I’m thrilled to have her help and involvement.
Gardening is a great real life horticulture lesson. It’s not a planned lesson or activity (except for what she is required to plan for her 4-H project), but she certainly is learning. Maybe you do not garden, but have another hobby as a homeschool parent. Is there something your child could learn from you by participating in your hobby?