Digital nomad talk is usually focused on the adults. We spend a lot of time talking about what the highs and lows are of being a nomadic family but what do the kids think? 10-year-old Roobs wanted to share about what nomadic life is like for her as an explorer kid.
Part of our worldschooling approach is to find local kids classes and activities as we travel. We have found activities, classes and camps for our kid in every place we have been over the past 2 years. It is definitely doable and has huge benefits for our nomadic family. Here’s how we do it.
Article written by Roobs. I asked lots of worldschoolers what they think about worldschooling. Usually, when people talk about worldschooling they ask adults what they think. But I think it’s the kids you should ask – after all they’re the ones doing the schooling. So I asked these particular worldschoolers what they think. Here is what they said: Roobs (Me) …
Worldschool: educating as we travel. Our worldschool approach has definitely evolved. We’ve been travelling for almost 2 years now and through a lot of trial and error, we’ve found the ways that do and don’t work for us as a family.
As a family that travels long term we are often asked “How do you educate your kid?” In this post we speak to 5 travelling families to find out how they do school on the move.
In this interview Roobs and Suewan talk about worldschooling and how we make it work for our family.
Six months in and we’re starting to see the amazing benefits of life as a family on the move.