Roadschool

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

No matter what your U.S. location, summer is in full swing with long days and starry nights. The Roadschool Moms team hit the pause button on their summer travel to reflect on their top ten favorite destinations in the country visited in their RV. The July 5th epsiode of Roadschool Moms, now in it’s fourth season, […]

One day, the Roadschool 101 crew will get to achieve one of their leap list goals by spending the weeks between Flag Day and July 4th on the east coast in the midst of historical adventures – Colonial Williamsburg to Washington DC. Until then, we just keep the yearning for learning going with quick pit-stops in […]

ACCEPT the fact that you cannot create the perfect curriculum plan. What works for one student will not work for another. What works one year may not work the next. Sometimes, you have to take the lesser of two evils and make the best of a situation. Roadschooling is a constant evolution of different styles […]

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