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A Global Adventure for Children
and really curious adults.

{The world's "largest mirror," Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia}

Read: Response to COVID-19 With Temporary Free Access for Families
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A Global Adventure for Children
and really curious adults.

{The world's "largest mirror," Uyuni Salt Flats, Bolivia}

Hi!

A few years ago, we decided to give our children, aged 5 and 7 at the time, a head start on understanding the world before the frequently negative news of the day started coming at them from every direction. We wanted our kids to have the best possible frame of mind about the world: one of curiosity, fascination and endless intrigue.

Maybe you're a family who wants to foster a genuine curiosity about the world in your kids, serving as a buffer before the “news” starts raining down upon them? Or maybe you’re a home schooling family providing your children with a wide open education on your own terms? Or are you a teacher who glows at the possibility of inspiring endless adventure in the minds of your students?

Yes?

Then this is for you.

Let’s start a movement. Let’s change the world.

The Adventure

When my family and I began this little at-home project, we had no idea what we were in for. We had decided to explore all 200 countries of the world, one week at a time, from within the comfort of our home in Canada. We called it simply, Country of the Week. What we found along the way was something that truly inspired us and, quite unexpectedly, many others.

If you'd like, you are welcome to join us in this new movement we are starting with people who are exploring the world like they never imagined! Discover our story below or head straight to learning how this can work for you.

Thank you for being here.
- Dave

Our Story
How It Works

{Sunnylvsfjorden fjord canyon and Seven Sisters waterfalls, Norway}

The Adventure

When my family and I began this little at-home project, we had no idea what we were in for. We had decided to explore all 200 countries of the world, one week at a time, from within the comfort of our home in Canada. We called it simply, Country of the Week. What we found along the way was something that truly inspired us and quite unexpectedly, many others.

If you'd like, you're welcome to join us and a new movement we're starting with people who are exploring the world like they never imagined! Discover our story below or head straight to learning how this can work for you.

Thanks for being here.
- Dave

Our Story
How It Works

{Sunnylvsfjorden fjord canyon and Seven Sisters waterfalls, Norway}

"This program is beyond amazing. My favourite experience to date with this amazing program...in the summer we were at a craft market and I was speaking to a man who made lotion. He was from Ghana. Easton heard that, walked over to him, and said “Maakye (Maa- chi)” which is hello in Ghanaian. He remembered it from Country of the week earlier that spring!"

- Amanda, Dave and the boys, COTW family
 

{Water, beaches and palm trees, Maldives}

"This program is beyond amazing. My favourite experience to date with this amazing program...in the summer we were at a craft market and I was speaking to a man who made lotion. He was from Ghana. Easton heard that, walked over to him, and said “Maakye (Maa- chi)” which is hello in Ghanaian. He remembered it from Country of the week earlier that spring!"

- Amanda, Dave and the boys, COTW family
 

{Water, beaches and palm trees, Maldives}

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