Homeschool is a journey. When I embarked this many years ago, I had no idea where it would bring me. This year is my 8th year homeschooling which started when my oldest was going to enter grade 1.
If you do the math, he is now in grade 8. He is pretty much self-sufficient and enjoy science quite a bit. This year though he was also able to obtain a pass for Park Canada for free. How? Be simply applying for it on MyParkPass – yes even homeschoolers can obtain this card for free!
Is you have a child currently in grade 8 and you are homeschooling, you can get it too! All you have to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the child, address, and specify you are homeschool.
Now you must be wondering what this opportunity gives your grade 8 student right? The My Parks Pass will allow your teen to visit over 200 Parks Canada places for free – for a full year (until April 30th). In all he/she will be able to visit 44 national parks, 167 national historic sites and 4 national marine conservation areas across the country. Discover all the places to visit on this page.
The My Parks Pass will allow your child to enter for free on any Parks Canada location. The pass allows you the possibility to obtain a discounted Parks Canada Family/Group Discovery Pass.
Oh and to top it off, when your student gets is MyParksPass, go back to the website and enter the VIP code on the back of the My Parks Pass in order to get the chance to win an iPad mini 3 and other prizes. In all there are more than 20 prizes to win!
So why wait? Get a My Parks Pass for your homeschool teen who is in grade 8/secondaire 2.