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Old 09-04-2012
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Re: Home schooling for Cruisers

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Originally Posted by chall03 View Post
Just want to chime in here and say that while I have very little to offer at the moment, I am watching this thread with interest, we are looking at some extended cruising down the track and home schooling is something we have talked a great deal about.

Largely because of the vastness/remoteness of Australia, Our local options here are very good, but once we leave Australian waters things will get harder, but our options also open up.
Hope it helps. I encourage others to chime in here too because what works for us may not work for everyone. I will try not to encourage one method over the other, just lay out our experiences on them and the reader decides.

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