Summer Roadschool Rules

If you’re looking for a list of rules to make your summer roadschool awesome, you’ve come to the wrong place! The Road Trip Teacher crew steers clear of any set-in-stone, cookie-cutter parameters that stifle the enthusiasm to learn something new every day. One of our favorite summer traditions in the Road Trip Teacher rig, is {Read More…}

Roadschool Organization

Roadschool organization on your mind? I have one number and two words for you. 3-Ring Binder I’ll admit to buying all kinds of crazy notions over the years to organize all kinds of everything. I am a gadget girl. I use all kinds of creations. Yep, I copycat all kinds of must-have organizational systems from {Read More…}

5 R’s to Ease Back Into Roadschool After a Break

Roadschool after a break can be a little stressful if I’m not in the right mindset. As much as I thoroughly enjoy the total intentional family time of the holidays or planned downtime, I also look forward to a new day or even a new year. We make it our objective to homeschool year round and {Read More…}

5 Best Things To Do in Fort Myers, FL

No matter what season we visit Fort Myers, Florida, the beach is the magnetic attraction. Lazy afternoons, sunsets and long walks are always on our agenda there. We have been in this area three times over the past two years. Aside from the beach, here are our “Favorite 5” Best Things To Do in Fort {Read More…}

Unplug Your Family

One of the biggest motivations for our crew to take our life on the road was to reconnect with each other as a family and strengthen our relationships with the Lord. I find it harder and harder to do this when so much of our day is consumed with screen time of all kinds. Smart phones, {Read More…}

Must Have Math Manipulatives

Our gang is rolling out the math facts this week with our latest find for the Roadschool 101 crew. I found these double dice a few months ago but just recently introduced them to my roadschoolers. All four kiddos (ages 5 through 12) love them! So far, we have used the dice very basically to {Read More…}

Another Fall Project for Keeping Little Hands Busy

I’m excited to pass this link on to you from Cathy Leo. She has all kinds of fun little projects from her crafty closet over at My Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries. Read on for a fun flower painting project for all ages. Mum’s the Word – Fall Art Project  

Memorizing Multiplication Facts? Yes!

Call me old school. Call me crazy. Call me whatever you want. But, you can’t say I don’t know my times tables.  When I was in third-grade, my teacher made us memorize our multiplication facts. Thank you, Mrs. Lucas! The foundation that was laid during my third grade year, specifically in mathematics, was priceless for {Read More…}

New Online Radio Show Focuses Exclusively on Roadschooling

Ft. Myers, FL  –  The Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network announced last week that Roadschool Momswill begin broadcasting March 2, 2014 on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. est. Co-produced and hosted by Kimberly Travaglino, of Fulltime Families, and Mary Beth Goff, the Road Trip Teacher, the live, one-hour weekly broadcast will be dedicated to the needs and challenges facing {Read More…}

Minecraft for Roadschool? Yes!!

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 and have {Read More…}

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