Travel School for Kids

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Many moons ago, I interned for GoNomad.com, an online travel magazine based out of South Deerfield, MA. I often browse their articles for inspiration on where to go next. Most recently, during one of my browsing binges, I discovered this awesome company called Outschool.

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It turns out this company, which serves as a marketplace for online learning, offers a variety of kid’s classes focused on travel. You can find everything from photography to folktales to language lessons. Classes are not free, but they are taught by experts in a variety of fields, including art, science, and social studies; and you can always check their credentials prior to signing up.

hands on travel

hands on travel

Whether or not you choose to register your kids for a class, the site offers some brilliant ideas for connecting your little ones to world travel. This hands-on project allows kids to plan their very own trip to the destination of their choice. Students learn about the culture while crafting a budget and utilize time management skills to devise a travel itinerary. I don’t know about you, but that’s going to the top of our to-do list!

If you have some time, I urge you to check it out. Use this link to receive a $20 credit towards your very first class. Interested in teaching? The flexible schedule makes this a great way to earn supplemental income while sharing your passion with the next generation. Let’s inspire our kids to see all the world has to offer!

One Reply to “Travel School for Kids”

  1. Byron Cook says:

    It is a good idea to know everything about traveling by join in a travel school .
    I am also interested in joining in a travel school.
    Thank you for this information.

    Reply

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