Souletics® Software Company Announces Launch of Homeschooling Focused Video Streaming App

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Available for iPhone and Android, Souletics TV™ Makes Education Fun for the Whole Family

(YourDigitalWall Editorial):- Sacramento, California Jun 18, 2021 ( – Leave it to dad to get creative with homeschooling. In the Spring of 2020, while most parents were scrambling to figure out remote learning, this dad was busy creating an app that would let his daughters enjoy sharing their homeschooling lessons with friends.

By the summer, his app was complete. Souletics TV was born, and Smith and his family were journeying across the U.S. in a 20′ Airstream, filming their “road school” adventures. They spent four months traveling, visiting places like Yellowstone, the Alamo, and the Louisiana Bayou. They added P.E. in the mix with bike rides and tennis lessons, making it a point to ride every BMX track they could find along the way.

“We looked at the remote school year as an opportunity to do school differently,” Smith explains. “Not everyone was able to do what we did, so we thought it was important to share the experience and contribute to the homeschooling landscape in a meaningful way.”

With Smith’s background as an engineer and a former professional athlete, he is uniquely equipped to provide both STEM content and advice for raising young athletes. The app features a segment for Dads, titled, “Don’t Stop the Swagger,” after a mindset coaching book he wrote by the same name in 2004.

Smith and his family had so much fun exploring that they’ve continued taking their homeschool lessons on the road. They are constantly on the lookout for new places with a rich history to share.

“The U.S. has a great deal of diversity in both landscape and culture,” says Smith. “Considering the political climate of late, it’s a good time to renew our understanding of what fills our country with greatness and hope. Hopefully what we are doing in our videos can shine a light on the best of what we have to offer the world.”

If you’re looking for educational videos, homeschooling ideas, or just a positive distraction for your kids, you can check out their content for free with a 3-day trial subscription. After that, it’s just $5.99/month or $60 for an annual subscription. Check it out at

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