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Author Archives: Mary Beth Goff

Did you get in a vehicle today with your kids? Maybe you took a short trip to the store, a soccer tournament or piano lessons. Are you missing the opportunity to share intentional time with your homeschoolers for your next learning adventure on the road? Can you carve out a day trip here or a […]

The biggest rule for successful roadschooling is simple: There are no rules. However, while pondering the things I wish I had known when I started homeschooling my kids on the road, these five top roadschool rules came to mind. Explore Observe every inch of the the outdoors around you. Climbing mountains and hiking canyons is […]

Kindergarten ready or not? Hit the replay for Episode #140 that comes to you live from on the road to Oregon as well as Illinois. Kimberly Travaglino, co-founder of Fulltime Families,  recaps her roadschool week as she gets ready to head to Oregon. From across the country, Mary Beth Goff, the Road Trip Teacher looks back on their roadschool […]

Fulltime RV families have the opportunity to declare any state in the union as their domicile or residency state. With all the choices, this freedom and flexibility can be leave the decision maker in a state of confusion. While the choice is by no means a permanent one, determining the best option for declaring a domicile […]

We make no bones about it! Notebooking pages have transformed the course of roadschooling in our rig. What was once busy work and worksheets, have been replaced with the tools my roadschoolers need to navigate their own learning adventure! Let me explain how notebooking pages work in our rolling homeschool. A few weeks ago, we […]

If you’re looking for a list of rules to make your summer roadschool awesome, you’ve come to the wrong place! The Roadschool Moms team agrees to steer clear of any set-in-stone, cookie-cutter parameters that will stifle a roadschoolers enthusiasm to learn something new everyday. In this episode, Mary Beth and Kimberly use their radio time to talk about […]

If a water park adventure is on your to do list, look no further than Big Splash Adventure located in historic French Lick, Indiana. This Southern Indiana destination is one of our best loved places in the country. While the Road Trip Teacher crew lived in southern Indiana for many years, we still visit often from our […]

Are you looking for a way to put the fun back into homeschool days by engaging your roadschoolers? I found an avenue to take science education on an adventure this fall! No, this is not one of those paid advertisement blog posts. Road Trip Teacher isn’t receiving any compensation for spreading the news about this […]

It all started as a joke when one of the Roadschool 101 crew said “Why can’t we just play games all day?” The immediate reaction was that roadschool isn’t all fun and games. Or is it? What happened after that is 30 days of roadschool games. You heard it, the Road Trip Teacher and crew […]

As a fulltime Rving family, the Road Trip Teacher crew is always looking for fun but engaging games that are space friendly in our home on wheels. Every year about this time, we are on the edge of our seat  for the Fulltime Families Toy of the Year reveal. The 2016 pick is the award-winning ThinkFun game […]

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