I've had several friends road trip with their families to Yellowstone. While we won't be making it this year, I would love to learn more about America's oldest and most visited park.
Having just returned from a family vacation to Maui where my kids snorkeled and played in the water, I'm sure my kids would love to watch The Blue Planet.
I've also been meaning to watch Blackfish.
I hear it's a fascinating documentary.
I love to travel and have been laughing out loud as I watch An Idiot Abroad.
My sister in law says that she uses Netflix when she prepares to go on a trip with her two girls.
Last year before they went to The Big Island, they watched several documentaries on Volcanoes of Hawaii.
Even if you don't have the opportunity to travel this summer, you can spend an afternoon traveling from the comfort of your own home.
I follow up our at home learning with a trip to the library where we stock up on books on the same subject.
Do you have any tips to keep your kids learning throughout the summer?
What are your boredom busters?