In the competitive landscape of college applications, setting your teen apart from the rest requires more than just academic achievements. Volunteering provides a unique avenue for personal growth, cultural exposure, and a chance to make a positive impact. Let’s explore the volunteer opportunities for teens in Europe & abroad, enhancing their resumes while fostering a […]
What has triggered the brain, learning.
If you are looking for an experience of a lifetime, with diversity, culture, and a degree, then it may be perfect to study abroad! There are many colleges in Europe for Americans, you just need to define your goals and do some research. We will share with you what we know and provide you with
Let’s go back in time. About 30 seconds ago (before you read the N340 title of this post). Back then, if I had asked you what the longest major road in Spain is, what would you have said? You might have thought about the big autovias (freeways) in Spain like the A-7. After all, it
So many people think that learning Spanish is next to impossible, but we don’t agree. We have found some tools that have made a world of difference for us while living in Spain. No, we aren’t perfect and please don’t give me a written spelling test! Our goal was two-pronged: 1. To immerse the kids,
We are a family of four from North Carolina and have taken countless road trips and airplane trips since the kids were born. Our kids are now 8 and 10 years old and love travel games. Over the years we have figured out how to make Family Road Trips “smooth sailing” and keep the
This is a thorough guide of what things to do in Chiang Mai with kids! During our 3 months living in Chiang Mai with kids (10& 12 yrs), we made sure we took advantage of all that the city had to offer a family. We found that things are well documented for singles and couples,
The unexpected gift which turned into a magical treasure , the best scratch off map of the world.
We spent 1 year touring Southeast Asia and during that time education was done on the road. We called it homeschool, as they were learning wherever home was. We weren’t really sure what to expect, but we all seemed to have one thing in mind when it came to schooling at the beginning. By the
First, let me start by saying that we have a limited source of data for this post. It is just our opinion and Comparison of the 1 Primary School we attended in the USA and the 1 Primary School we are attending in Spain. This is by no means meant to generalize for a country