Worldschooling is on the rise. Families packing up and traveling, kids learning as they go. Not all of us desire to uproot our lives completely, and yet we can adapt worldschool ideas to our own families, right where we are.
When you visit the Sleepy Sandpiper, there is so much to explore. Natural history and science can be experienced through the rhythms of the tides, collecting sharks’ teeth, scouting out turtle nests, visiting Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium, exploring the Legacy Trail, and observing the birds in the backyard.
Look at your hometown, right where you are, through the eyes of a worldschool family. What can you do to embrace learning and exploring right where you are?