Travel, exploration & adventure

Would you worldschooling your kids?

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I definitely would if I have kids, bringing kids on travels is the best way for them to learn from nature, and how to react with situations that happens and also around people.
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I would, my parents didn't really world schooling me, but they brought me in many places back home and we always explore places that we've never been, meeting strangers, and do things we've never done, and that was the best school ever!
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The biggest mistake many parents make when choosing to take their family on the road and ‘worldschool’, is thinking that their kids’ education will occur in a similar way to school, or even like more structured styles of home education. But worldschooling is a law unto itself and will be an amazingly educational journey for you and your kids, if you let it.

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I'd love my children to be world schooled. I didn't leave my country until I was 27, since I left I have a complete new perspective on the world.
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Most people have never heard of worldschooling, but once they do there are three questions they always ask: ‘Why do you worldschool?’ ‘How do you pay for it?’ and ‘How are your kids going to get into university?

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How you choose to worldschool will depend on whether you are taking your kids out of school for a few months, or are planning on continuing to homeschool them when you return.

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Driven by a longing to invest a more prominent measure of energy with their youngsters, get away from the weights of work and find new societies and ways of life, a developing number of guardians are jacking everything in, removing the children from school and setting off on an experience.
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