Homeschooling and Travel is possible. Its key to bring the world to your kids.They can experience new cuisine, music and food on the go. They can make the world their textbook and not get bored in the walls of a classroom. Let them explore places here in North Carolina and in the South East, I'm currently in Miami and exploring the city with my own homeschooled daughter Aleli. I just explored Cultural Friday in Little Havana with my homeschool daughter. She was able to learn about all the art and cultural experiences in the heart of Miami. Its a unique experience that is only a possiblity with homeschool on the go.
Check out this homeschool family and how traveling with educations is achieved . Check it out : http://almostfearless.com/taking-the-classroom-on-the-road-day-12-of-30w30d/ . You can check out their ebook at : http://almostfearless.com/category/30-ways-in-30-days-to-redesign-your-life-and-travel-the-world/ .
You can also check out their documentary at : http://almostfearless.com/category/30-ways-in-30-days-to-redesign-your-life-and-travel-the-world/ . They are documenting the movement of working on the go and in more than one location. They are documenting from the homeschool experience to making traveling and work a possiblity. This family is documenting the wireless generation and how it impacts families, work and education.
So homeschooling on the go can open the opportunities for your homeschoolers about education, travel and job opportunities. Your homeschoolers can learn from Wilkesboro to Miami or find jobs in the new global market on the go. There are many opportunities teens can have to start freelance projects, blogs or other homeschool projects that can lead to income in their future as well as a great education.