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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.

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Road School: Teen Service Travel with Adventures Cross Country

Teen service travel with Adventures Costa Rica offers your child a unique way to vacation and give back to the community while learning self worth.
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Road School: American Revolution Field Trip to Boston and Philadelphia

The ultimate payoff for this trip was answering my nephews' questions about the Revolutionary War and the reasons why things unfolded as they did, discussing whether King George in England was fair in his expectation of colonists, and posing the question of which side they would be on. They now knew enough and had seen...
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Road School: Pioneering History in California, Nevada, and Oregon

As lifelong residents of the Western US, my family and I love pioneering history. Since the moment my 4th grade class studied the California Gold Rush, I was hooked, and I’ve passed on my passion for this chapter of our nation’s history to my kids. Nearly everywhere we drive in the West harbors some vestige...
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Road School: Crafting an Engaging Educational Trip for Kids

Now with a 10, 8, and 3 year old, we’ve entered the golden age of traveling with kids, where the topics that intrigue our children are fascinating to us as parents too. Evolving our trips from family vacation to rich learning experiences took a sprinkling of intentionality. Here are some tips for how to make...
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Road School: Why Travel is Our Favorite Way to Educate our Kids

Trekaroo's founder, LiLing Pang shares about why their family has prioritized travel for their children's education. Trekaroo also announces the launch of a new Road School series - a collection of Road School guides to help parents explore various educational topics with their kids.
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Why We Travel: Living the Dream Through Intensive Travel Therapy

My name is Tina Buell and I'm almost 40. I'm a single mom and my 5-year-old son is autistic. I live in a modest house, drive a modest car, and have never been married. Even though I'm very happy, my life didn't turn out the way I thought it would.
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Why We Travel – Living in the Moment

Read why Lesli Peterson, Southern Guroo, and her family choose travel.

Historic Atlanta with Kids

                     I don’t want to hurt my high school history teacher’s feelings, but reading the past from a textbook is boring. Experiencing history in real-life is much cooler! Don’t believe me? Ask my kiddos.  Together, we have walked through time at dozens of sites in and around...

Places to Experience Dinosaurs and Fossils With Kids

When our son turned 4, he wanted a dinosaur party. I was thrilled. My imagination went wild over creating a wonderful dinosaur dig complete with a dino egg hunt. These terrifying creatures have captured the minds of even the youngest children. Parents can use that fascination to instill some learning into the kids and discover...
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