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World Schooling

Interested in world schooling? Whether you are full time world schoolers or just love to travel, supplement your kids traditional schooling with educational and experiential travel. Family travel not only builds strong family bonds, but can afford opportunities for enriching education.

Road School: American History Road Trip from Washington DC

Don't miss these US History Field Trips from Washington, D.C. with your kids. These road school tips and tricks will help history come alive for your kids.

Road Trip Tips: How to Stop Motion Sickness in Kids (and Adults!)

We have a 10-year-old son who is very prone to motion sickness and throws up even on Interstates or local car rides which last for more than an hour. For a family that loves to explore by car (which has included a 4,000 mile round trip from Washington to Wyoming to see Yellowstone National Park),...
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Road School: Learning about Dinosaurs while Traveling and at Home

Learn about ways to incorporate paleontology while traveling on the road, close to home, and curled up on the couch.

Road School: Exploring Tide Pools with Curious Kids

Exploring tide pools near me with your curious kids; we've got tips on making it an excellent experience, including where to go and what to expect.
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Road School: Civil War and American History in Prince William County, VA

We experienced road school in Prince William County, VA, home of historical sites that help visitors read and listen to the stories of people who lived 150 years ago

Road School: Teaching Your Children About the Civil Rights Movement

Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery March by teaching your kids about the Civil Rights Movement

Road School: Learning about Native American History and Culture through Travel

The stories of the Native American people, both past and present, are told at many historic sites and museum across the United States and Canada. Families don’t have to travel far to visit the reconstructed or original dwellings of the people that lived in America long before Columbus arrived on this side of the Atlantic....

Road School: Digging Deeper with our Kids Through Voluntourism

The two memories I will treasure most from our family’s recent trip to Jamaica are polar opposites. The exhilaration on my children’s faces while precariously clambering up a tropical waterfall was pure joy. On the flip side, a morning spent picking up trash at a local beach, was both sobering and deeply meaningful. Photo by:...
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Why We Travel: Family Ties

Narrowing down why I travel to one reason is like narrowing down a favorite blade of grass in my backyard. It would be like choosing my favorite pebble on a gorgeous beach. Toughest of all, it would be like narrowing down your favorite child. But I can let you in on how it all began…...
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