I make little packets of things to do on the
the places speak for themselves. There
and we don’t always have to go far for our
adventures. We travel every single week
them don’t take us more than an hour
from home. I tend to choose where we
go on a theme. We've studied Ancient
history and visited all the Roman sites
around us. We’ve also done the same for
we hit museums and nature parks. The
only real rule is that we get out of the
house and go!
fallen off a dike in Holland. They’ve also
explored the catacombs under the city of
have paid their respects on the battle-
fields and cemeteries of the great wars.
They have really had the most amaz-
ing childhood. I’m not sure if they will
remember all the adventures they have
better people for it.
My family has orders to move back to
the United States this fall. I am heart-
broken at the idea of leaving my new
to continue “travel schooling” at our
new home. While Europe was a fantastic
to be had at home in the States as well.
an especially rich area full of museums
and historical sites to be explored. We’ll
American sites to visit. All will be just as
valuable to their education.
We have made the decision to home-school;through;travel,;which;fits;well;into
our life as a military family. It feels like we
I feel like the kids learn best when they
are up close and personal with the world
you take some time to get out and explore your world as well! I am sure you’ll
be surprised at the things you learn!
Heather is a proud Air Force wife, and
mother of three wild kids. She documents
all their adventures (and misadventures)
on her blog Only Passionate Curiosity
where you can find field trip ideas, curriculum reviews, and a huge list of free
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“I’m not afraid
of big words
We have made
the decision to
well into our life as a