Sometimes the hardest part is deciding where to go

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Forget about partying like a rock star. It's time to TRAVEL LIKE A HOMESCHOOLER!

As homeschoolers we get the opportunity to travel with our kids throughout the school year.  And we get the added advantage of lower crowds, extra savings,  and more individualized attention from our chosen destinations.

 

 

Dry text and photographs can be a thing of the past. Let’s make hands-on immersive learning your new normal.

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