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
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As the weather turns colder and the fall decorations and turkey leftovers have been put to rest, it’s time to start looking forward to the December holiday season. Tree lightings, concerts, live performances, and more delight families in the D.C. metro area.
Photo By Woman_In_Travel Just a short drive beyond the traffic of the beltway and the crowds of tourists in Washington D.C., families can find great local food and drink in Northern Virginia’s Wine Country. While the area continues to grow and develop to meet the demands of the Capital Region, there are still plenty of […]
Photo Courtesy of BigStock One of my favorite parts of being a homeschooling family is seeking out the opportunities to experience hands on activities. I love to see them light up when we connect the dots between learning and knowing. Field trips are a wonderful way to connect those dots for kids and to touch […]
Here are ten day trips from Washington DC (less than 90 miles from the White House) perfect for travelers visiting Washington DC with families.
Photo by: Bigstock/Mr. High Sky When you think museums, do you think dull and dusty? Well, we have news for you; the United States is home to many museums with unique collections that will entertain and educate you at the same time! Here are some of our favorites across the United States. Northern California Photo by […]
Trekaroo families have found the best kid-friendly hotels in Washington DC. These hotels are especially welcoming to their younger guests, and have perks that make soaking up the history in the Nation’s Capital more enjoyable for the entire family.
Welcome, Homeschool & Trekaroo Families! So glad you could join us for the Trekaroo and Go City Card’s Twitter Party Giveaway hosted by our friends at iHomeschool Network. Follow along with the fun using #ihsnet and #TrekarooRS hashtags on October 6, 2015, 9pm EST (6pm PST). We are so excited to introduce our Road School series to homeschool families. […]
Teaching our kids about the history of the country we call home is an important task, but where to start? We’ve rounded up a few favorite U.S. history museums to visit with kids.