Do you and your family have a vacation planned to North Myrtle Beach this fall, and your kids are attending school online? If the answer is yes, then allow us to share how you can learn while you are on vacation. Staying with us at Grande Shores will enable your family to enjoy the South Carolina Coast, all while being able to learn from your room. Let’s look below at how you and your family can enjoy your vacation while the kids are learning online in North Myrtle Beach.
Learn From Your Room
This year has been like no other year in the past for many parents, teachers, and students. Many have had to make significant adjustments to learning from their home’s comfort instead of going to school in person. While this has been a considerable change for everyone in the family, taking a vacation while your child is in class is easier know than ever. Having the comforts of home here at Grande Shores along with high-speed internet access take any challenges out of remote learning. When it’s time to take a break from studies you can go to the indoor pool for a while or enjoy the beach right outside. This year, coming to North Myrtle Beach and allowing your kids to do their school on the balcony can be just as relaxing to them as you.
Virtual Field Trips
Another thing that you and your family can do while learning from your rooms is taking a virtual field trip. The good thing about using our high-speed internet is you can explore the area just from your room. Some of the places with online virtual field trips are Ripley’s Aquarium and The Myrtle Beach Art Museum. With local attractions starting to open back up, you can also visit several other educational options in the area that will keep the kids entertained. **Please be sure to check ahead before you go for current safety guidelines and operational hours.
While there are so many exciting places for kids to learn in and around Grande Shores, we wanted to share these with you. If you haven’t booked your next vacation to stay with us at Grande Shores, now is the time. We can’t wait to hear how your family vacation went and how the kids did with learning while you were on vacation!