Read through our expert tips and recommendations to teach your kids about the Holocaust through education, travel, museums, books, and experiences.
On this visit I was determined to finally see the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Lower East Side Tenement museum and learn a bit along the way.
Have kids that want to learn about monarch butterflies? They should! These fascinating creatures showcase one of the world’s most amazing migrations.
Learn about ways to incorporate paleontology while traveling on the road, close to home, and curled up on the couch.
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.
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
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
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 …
Got a teen looking a variety of colleges & universities? Learn how to plan a college tour road trip with your teen to explore what college life is about.
Whether a book sparks interest in history, an iconic spot, nature, culture, or writing itself, children’s literature is a powerful way to open our kids’ eyes to something new.
Each volcano site has its own features that make it so unique. As a traveling family we like to visit them all, but if you can only pick one of the following top volcanoes to visit with kids, any one will do!
Music appreciation and literacy truly begins from the cradle. So start now. Follow this list of music festivals, museums, and beyond to explore and enrich your kids and family with the sound of music.
On many family trips we have scouted out places where her thirst for more insect and spider knowledge can be quenched. Along the way our other two children, as well as us phobic parents have learned much about the subject.
When we give kids the ability to relate what they experience (see, hear, touch, taste, and smell) with how they feel, we empower them to be empathetic, and think critically. One way to give kids the opportunity to connect with travel is by journaling.
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 enough to be able to ask some thoughtful questions, even at the tender ages of 8 and 11.
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 the most of the learning opportunities your travels afford.
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.