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A Guide to Homeschool Travel

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Homeschool Travel - inspiration, tips, and resources to help park curiosity through educational travel.

Welcome to the Adventure of Homeschool Travel

When our family began homeschooling eight years ago, little did I know how far we would travel. Both figuratively and literally, we have been all over the globe.  We have lived this famous quote and taken our school books to the road.

The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. – St. Augustine

I learned early on that when we travel, there’s so much to see, do, and learn  It’s okay to ditch the (real) “school” books for a time and just truly live an open-book adventure. In our family and our homeschool, we are avid readers, both of books and of the world. You see, there is no separation of school and family- they are all one. We live a lifestyle of learning. And travel brings education to life, through cultures, geography, history, ecology, economy and so much more! I pray that through our educational journeys as homeschoolers that we raise world-changing adults, and we keep giving our kids tools and experiences to create lasting positive impact in the places we call home, all over the globe. Through the awesome partnership between Word Traveling and Trekaroo I invite YOUR family to make the most of your educational journeys, too.

Are you a travel happy homeschooling family too?  Leave us a message below and introduce yourself.

jen reyneriVaya con Dios

~ Jen, Trekaroo Educational Travel Guroo and Founder of WordTraveling.com

 

 


Meet Trekaroo at the Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Convention

Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Convention

Jen Reyneri, Trekaroo’s Educational Travel Guroo and the founder of WordTraveling will be speaking and exhibiting at Teach Them Diligently in Nashville, Atlanta, and Sandusky this year. Will you be attending?  Jen will be speaking about:

  • Freedom in Homeschool
  • Unpacking the Value of Traveling with your Homeschool Family.
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Resources for Travel Happy Homeschoolers

Tips for attending a Homeschooling convention

Tips for Making the Most of Attending a Homeschool Convention

Free Printable from WordTraveling: 50 Tips for Surviving A Homeschool Conference Plus Free Travel Journal.

 

 

 

 

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Trekaroo Road School Guide Series

A series of travel guides organized topically providing field trip ideas and wonderful resource lists of related books, and homeschool projects

Favorites:

Why travel is our favorite way to educate our kids

Crafting and engaging educational trip for kids

Road School Guide: Reliving the American Revolution

Road School Guide: Teaching Kids about Art (at art museums and beyond)

 


Homeschool Travel - a guide to sparking curiosity in kids through travel. Get tips, resources and meet other homeschoolers who travel.

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4 Responses to A Guide to Homeschool Travel

  1. world travel familyAlyson March 14, 2016 at 1:38 pm #

    Yep. 3 years of full time travel. The kids have been to around 35 countries, latest adventure, trekking Everest. We’ve been homeschooling around 5 years. The boys are 11 and 9 now.

  2. Jen Reyneri March 14, 2016 at 5:37 pm #

    Hi, Alyson! Great to see you over here on Trekaroo! Jen from Word Traveling 🙂

  3. homeschool trek August 27, 2016 at 6:25 am #

    Just started recently with the homeschooling bit for 5 kids, but love the travelling. Kids learn more out of the books where they actually have to apply what we teach. Nice to read your blog.

  4. Jen A Reyneri September 15, 2016 at 8:21 am #

    Absolutely, homeschool trek! It’s so true! Where are some of the best places you’ve visited so far?

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