Homeschool

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 […]

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 […]

No matter where you are at in the country, fall is upon us. The Roadschool Moms team loves this season and the great opportunity for all sorts of natural learning activities that are a perfect fit for your fall roadschool plans. During this change of season, its easy to find all kinds of autumn related […]

Someone once said “If you think sunshine brings you happiness, then you haven’t danced in the rain.” That’s just another great example of the ways the Roadschool Mom‘s team encourages you to change your perspective! This week, while so much of the country is being showered with record-breaking amounts of rain, we are sharing our top […]

It may be a bit old-school but the Road Trip Teacher is a fan of memorizing math facts, specifically multiplication (times) tables. In our rig, we have tackled this task over the past few weeks and are excited to say that practice makes progress! Check out the detailed process for memorizing 0-12 times tables from […]

Our latest favorite find for the Roadschool 101 crew is the Red Ted art book I found over at Amazon. The best thing about it is that I downloaded it for my Kindle so it lives on my device and takes up no space in our rig. The next best thing about it is the […]

The Road Trip Teacher has a bag of tricks. We do not go anywhere without the Road Trip Teacher bag. Because we love lapbooks, many of the items in our bag are geared toward this way of learning. We take this bag wherever we go and always have what we need on our roadtrip to […]

If the beach is in your plans for your next road trip, take a few minutes to plan a scavenger hunt for your crew. If you want to involve your learners in the process, have them decorate a paper sack, jar or ziploc bag to collect their fabulous seaside finds. Or as an alternative, purchase […]

A few months ago, I discovered When You Rise Up and the awesome classes available there. My boys, 10 & 12, have recently completed the Exploring Geometry (live) class and couldn’t be more thrilled with this new addition to their roadschool experience. Each has already checked out the other classes available through this great resource […]

The Road Trip Teacher crew along with Fulltime Families have come together to bring the traveling community The Ultimate Roadschool Guide. This magazine is a comprehensive resource for traveling families who blend their location with the educational opportunities it provides.  The Roadschool Guide provides the information, supplies, and support needed by today’s roadschooler. A link […]

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