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- Sara Robison, Parent

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"Global Guardian Project's Learning Capsules should be a go-to for every homeschooling mama.  The content is incredible. Children should know how everything in the world is interconnected, and you can really see that in each month's capsules"

Sherlyn Toledo, Homeschool Parent

“One of the reasons we aim to play outside, reconnecting with nature as often as possible, is to instill in our children a love and appreciation for the earth. When I found out about the Global Guardian Project I was immediately interested. Ideal for home educators and all families.”

Louise @loopygibbens

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A Fresh Look On World Schooling

A Fresh Look On World Schooling

We'd like to introduce to Lindsey Daigle and her beautiful world schooling family.  4 years into learning through travel gives Lindsey expert statu...
Free! Mindful Parenting Guided Meditations + E-Course for Parents

Free! Mindful Parenting Guided Meditations + E-Course for Parents

We’ve been working the past month to design a free Mindful Parenting e-course. We’re offering the course to anyone, anywhere in the world, (for fr...
FREE Guided Meditation for Children (And You!)

FREE Guided Meditation for Children (And You!)

It’s common knowledge that meditation is a great tool to find peace and balance amid our hectic lives—that’s why so many people enjoy the practice...
Homeschool Concierge Giveaway Winner!

Homeschool Concierge Giveaway Winner!

Congratulations to Monica, the winner of the Homeschool Concierge Giveaway!  She wins a 1 year subscription to our All Access Pass, PLUS a world m...
Global Family Interview with Moralez Family, Founders of Kid World Citizen

Global Family Interview with Moralez Family, Founders of Kid World Citizen

 One of the best parts of Global Guardian Project is meeting amazing families who are doing great things in the world to educate, empower and ...
Anatomy of a Honeybee Freebie Printable

Anatomy of a Honeybee Freebie Printable

From the apple in our pies to the pumpkin in our soups, we have bees to thank for many everyday ingredients …not just honey. In fact, one third of ...