Traveling is an excellent way to learn and explore far and wide. It was always one of my favorite things about homeschooling, and we made sure to take advantage of it. Because of that, I have some tips to share about how to homeschool while traveling.
In this episode, How to Homeschool While Traveling, I’m sharing tips about how to keep homeschooling while you’re on the road. I know, I know. Learning happens everywhere, all the time. Don’t worry – I mention that too. But, for those that have stricter guidelines to follow from their state or country about homeschooling and how it is done, these tips might be very helpful.
Though we live in a state with very lenient rules for homeschooling, these ideas were very helpful to me when I decided to take my kids to visit family for a whole month during one school year.
I know that as a homeschooling family, you’re very busy. So, in an effort to help you while also not taking up a ton of your time, this episode is less than ten minutes long. It’s perfect for listening to while running a short errand or cleaning up around the house.
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