The Ultimate Roadschool Guide Released

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 to the April/May {Read More…}

WIN a Kindle Fire & Roadschool Bag

The World’s Best Roadschool Convention sponsored by Fulltime Families and Road Trip Teacher, kicks off this Thursday April 10th in Tucson, Arizona at the LazyDays KOA Rally Center. The ground-breaking event, the first of its kind, is coming together to bring  homeschooling, traveling families together with all the information needed for today’s roadschooler. Attendees to {Read More…}

Roadschool 101: Bird’s Eye View

We are into our second year of roadschool in our rig and we have had several awesome learning experiences on the road. But, today, Roadschool 101 in our rig has made history. By far, today’s learning road trip tops the list of our epic learning adventures on the road. A few weeks ago, we realized {Read More…}

5 Confessions From This Homeschool Road Mom

We are roadschoolers. As a traveling family, we take advantage of our experiences to take our crew on a learning road trip. Our lifestyle is a little controversial to those outside of our circle. There’s raised eyebrows in many instances and interrogations from the curious who just don’t seem to understand how or why we {Read More…}

New Month, New Word

This roadschool mom has been on holiday break for a good three weeks. I love the flexibility that homeschooling provides. Even though I originally planned on keeping on the homeschool track through most of December, I found that my roadschool crew was ready for a change. We finished up our chapters, units, and books that {Read More…}

5 Must Have Roadschool Rules

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 roadschooling my kids, these are the five must have rules I wish I had known in the beginning. Explore. Observe every inch of the the outdoors around you. Climbing mountains and {Read More…}

Keeping Busy Hands Busy

In my earlier post I mentioned that we’ll be going back to an organized schedule of learning this week. One of the challenges that I face in our homeschool/roadschool is keeping my pre-K monkey busy. She definitely has busy hands to match her racing mind. She wants to do everything the big kids do, so {Read More…}

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