I’m a worldschooling/homeschool mom with a kindergartner and a toddler in tow, currently taking on part-time international travel as a key component of my children’s education.

Worldschooling is an educational philosophy that lived experience is the best teacher.

Like many families, full-time travel isn’t an option for us (yet!) but I’m a big believer in living now, not later!

So, part-time travel is the next best thing.

We aim to travel domestically at least once a month and we go abroad a few times a year.

In this blog, you’ll find travel guides based on our firsthand experience, and globally-themed lesson plans when we’re at home.

Every worldschooling family is different, but ours emphasizes:

-All forms of travel (local, regional, domestic and international)

Foreign language.

-International art and culture.

-Multicultural cooking and culinary experience.

-Global history.

Here, I share with you our experiences, as well as lesson plan ideas to give your homeschooled child a global education–whether at home or abroad!