Worldschooling? ¬†What is that?

Worldschooling is an educational philosophy of using the world as your classroom.  Using elements of experiential learning and unit studIes, worldschooling is recognizing that education does not only take place inside the four walls of a school room, but is instead all around us.  One can learn anywhere. This was a philosophy we found helpful […]

Some of our favorites

We are often asked about our favorite or best stops along the trip.  Each place had its moments, but here is a selection of our most memorable experiences. Cape Town, South Africa: The Best Scenery https://moveablegeography.wordpress.com/2014/10/06/where-two-oceans-meet/ Rajasthan, India: Nothing Like Our Expectations https://moveablegeography.wordpress.com/2014/11/13/through-the-desert-on-the-silk-road/ The Amazon: A Local Village Carnaval Celebration and the Amazon Jungle  https://moveablegeography.wordpress.com/2015/02/24/deepest-darkest-peru-the-amazon/ […]

Goodbye USA

Leaving New York for London, we reorganized the suitcases and settled in for the overnight flight. We have been reading about Paddington Bear, and had one chapter left to finish on the plane. World school starts in full swing this week, with Shakespeare, King Arthur, and the Vikings once we arrive. We are also enjoying […]

Our World School Reading List

This was our reading list June 2014 – July 2015 Books are generally targeted to ages 7-10 years General Travel  Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne Around the World in 80 Days (abridged) Classic Literature Easy to Read by Bring the Classics to Life Level 2 (Ebook) Geography Map Activities – Intermediate […]