Homeschooling Details for Worldschoolers

‘Home’schooling is learning outside of the public or private school environment, and there are many different ways to do this (it does not have to be in a physical home / house, it can be while travelling full time as well). 

Whether you are trying to decide between Unit Studies, the Waldorf way, Montessori, Charlotte Mason, an Online Curriculum, or the Classical method… there is a blog or website link below that will help you to make your relevant homeschooling decision. 

If you are a seasoned homeschooling family but are having issues with the curriculum that you have chosen, then there are also website links here that can help you to find a solution. 

All the very best with your Worldschooling Adventure!

Chris, Leslie, and their 5 kids, packed up, sold everything, and left their regular life to travel the world in 2018. They’ve explored Asia, Europe, New Zealand, and South and Central America.

Their goals are to empower other families to travel more, to break the mould of society and expectations they feel like they “should” fill, and to really LIVE the way they want to.  They love their full-time travels and desire to be a platform for learning more about full-time travel, especially for families. 

They run several successful businesses and have become experts at balancing the family/digital nomad life. They want to show everyone that travel with kids is, not only possible but enjoyable! Check out their awesome jam-packed informative site here…

Bus Life Adventure was created by professional snowboarder Brock Butterfield. He currently lives in his 4×4 short school bus full time, chasing storms in the winter and meeting others in the summer who live full time on the road in vehicles of their choice. Brock donates his time to give advice and guidance to those looking to build their first mobile home on wheels. Check out this site with almost everything you will need to know about bus life.

This article is about homeschooling on the road.

The Moorhouse family currently calls North Carolina home, but in 2019-2020 they set out on a year-long cross-country RV adventure with their daughter who has Autism.

The Moorhouses began their really fantastic Family Adventure For All website to inspire and encourage other families with special needs to RV travel and enjoy family adventures together.

Click here to view their wonderful very indepth and helpful post on How to Plan your Homeschool Year and lots of information on Curriculums to choose from

Skyler and Ross, with their 5 kids, packed everything up and changed their life. They wanted to have adventures and see the world as a family: to create shared memories and to see what the world had in store for them.

They decided to share the ups and the downs of a crazy, real, and imperfect family of 7 traveling the world and trying to live a richer, more fulfilling and memorable life: Learning Brave is a website with fun and crazy travel stories, as well as tips and tricks for family travel. They also run international Teen Adventures Tours

Read all about their homeschool journey and advice here…

This is a travel blog put together by a mom from South Africa (The Cape) who travels with her son. They share excellent tips and  advice on homeschooling while travelling. They also have interviews of 14 travelling families with their answers to how to conquer fears of worldschooling, what curriculums they use, how they homeschool etc.

You can read all this very useful information by clicking on this link…

Trebventure is a minimalist family of five, currently living in a self converted school bus. Brandon and Ashley’s mobile app business has been so successful that it has allowed Ashley to be able to stay home with the kids, and pursue the things that she is really passionate about, like: homeschooling, blogging, and traveling. Living small has taken the pressure off of Brandon, allowing him to take time off when he wants, work on projects he loves and work remote. The freedom that minimalist living allows is the best opportunity they have ever been given.

Have a look at their terrific blog here and find out how they homeschool while living in a bus

Still battling with the idea of “homeschooling”? Perhaps you should check out our page on:

Deschooling and Unschooling

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