What are cruising families using as curriculums?
There are wide ranges of what a family’s education should look like while traveling the world.  It goes from unschooling/worldschooling (looking nothing like “school”) to a curriculum-in-a-box, which looks and feels much like a standard school experience yet outside the classroom.  There is no right or wrong way, just different ways for different situations and families. Many families swing between unschooling and sit down workbook work regularly – depending on location, time of year, available resources, change in philosophies, etc.
Again, there is no right or wrong way of educating your family – just YOUR way. Enjoy the ride!!

Below are curriculums that have been mentioned on the Facebook page and cruisers have actually used:

All-In-One Curriculums (school in a box)


NameInternet-basedNon-internet
based
Levels (grade)SubjectsAccreditedSecular
CalvertPreK-12AllHeaded in that direction...
Acellus AcademyPreK-12All
American SchoolGrades 6-12All
Oak MeadowK-12All
IXLK-12All
AbekaPreK-12All
Switched on Schoolhouse3-12All
Khan Academy
Khan Academy Lite
K-12Math, Science, History, Computer programming
Brigham Young University7-12All
Global Village SchoolK-12All
SonlightK-12All

Math Curriculums

NameInternet-basedNon-internet
based
Levels 
Singapore MathPreK-8
Life of FredK-12no central website, story-based
Saxon MathK-12
Math U SeeK-12
RightStart MathK-12?
Beast Academy2-12
Teaching Textbooks3-8
Math MammothK-8

History Curriculums

NameInternet-basedNon-internet
based
Levels 
Story of the WorldK-12Series of books and workbooks
History OdysseyK-12Based of off History of the World

Writing Curriculums

NameInternet-basedNon-internet
based
Levels 
Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW)K-12
Learning Without Tears: Building WritersK-5

Spelling Curriculums

NameInternet-basedNon-internet
based
Levels 
All About Spelling7 levels, placement test

Reading Curriculums

NameInternet basedNon-internet
based
Levels 
Explode the CodeK-4phonics
BOB BooksK-2ishEarliest readers