Time for another podcast on travel! I’m continuing my chat with Stephanie Langford on extended travel with kids. We’ve both traveled around the world with our families, and love seeing likeminded families getting out the front door.
In this episode, we about education—worldschooling the kids and taking school on the road. We talk about what we did with our kids—what worked, what didn’t, our constant nagging concern we weren’t doing enough, and the surprising results in the end.
Spoiler alert: Kids get a fantastic education because of travel, not in spite of it.
If you’re just now tuning in, here’s the rest of the series:
- Ep. 34: Travel with Kids, part 1 (Why travel when they’re young?)
- Ep. 35: Travel with Kids, part 2 (Packing and planning)
Listen in here:
Links from this episode:
- Stephanie’s blog, EntreFamily
- Stephanie on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook
- #WorldwideOx, my family’s Instagram stream from our year of travels
- Handwriting Without Tears
- Kindle Paperwhites
- Teaching Textbooks
- Math Mammoth
- MacBooks (I prefer the Air—super lightweight!)
- CD-ROM drive
- 5-way headphone splitter
- Think Fun math dice
- …and here’s my initial post on worldschooling tools before we left for our trip
Stay tuned for the final part 4 next week! And another reminder: if you’re eager to chat with us in the flesh, ask your practical questions, brainstorm future travel dreams, and generally pick our brains about extended travel with kids, you might like to hang out with us at our upcoming workshop in Portland. It’s an Academy with World Domination Summit, but you don’t need to attend WDS to join our Academy! Would love to see you there.
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