How to Homeschool When Traveling

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Many homeschooling families like to take vacations in the fall, winter, and spring when everyone else is in school and the crowds are lower. What about you? My family is planning a trip to check out a college (ack!) for my eldest. Honestly, I’m torn between handing out school work while on the road or the dreamy possibility of staring out the window with my eyes glazed over and my hand parked in a bag of Corn Nuts. 

The wonderful reality is that we have the option to do either one! We can school and learn to our hearts content or we can relax and enjoy the few hours of purposefully doing nothing. If you’d like to keep your kids moving in the right direction, here are some insightful tips on how to homeschool while traveling.

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Written by Irene Roberson

Irene is a wife and mother, and is thankful for the privilege to serve the Lord in these roles. It is by the grace of God that she has traveled this homeschool road for eleven years. If she can do it, you can, too!

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