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…}

It’s in the Bag: Ready! Set! Swim!

Assembling bags for certain activities and keeping them in your traveling inventory is a huge time-saver and helps keep your rig organized. Even though it may or may not be summertime where you are traveling, keeping a bag for “swimming” is a smart move. It should be a bag that zips or snaps to close {Read More…}

Secret Ingredient for the Best Iced Tea

Print Grandma’s Iced Tea Author: Mary Beth Goff Recipe type: Beverage Prep time:  15 mins Total time:  15 mins Serves: 8-10   Ingredients 1 pinch of baking soda 2 C boiling water 4 family size tea bags 1 C white sugar 6 C cold water Instructions Sprinkle a pinch of baking soda into a 1-gallon, heat-proof, glass pitcher. {Read More…}

7 Ways to Make Your July 4th a Blast

This month’s guest post from the Road Trip Teacher reveals a few ways to take you from zero to hero on the Mom-o-meter with just a few ingredients. Head on over to the site to check out America’s #1 Destination Learning Resources. This week’s FREEBIE includes a July 4th Copywork/Study Guide combo pack (print and {Read More…}

Summer is important

We’ve eased back into a few school projects here in our rig gearing up for Back to School or Not Back to School. I’m not sure how we really look at that here in our roadschool environment. I know many public school corporations around the country have gone to a “balanced” calendar or year-round schedule. {Read More…}

Lots of Corn in Indiana!

Yep, there’s definitely corn in Indiana. This is one of my favorite times of the year in the Midwest. The beginning of August always means a big, juicy crop of sweet corn from my in-laws farm in west central Indiana. Every year, we make at least two trips there to pick sweet corn. Everyone helps {Read More…}

Summer Leap List

A good friend told me recently that I wasn’t old enough to have a bucket list. That’s reason enough to keep her on my close friends list forever, isn’t it? But it lead me to sit back and examine  what my goals and aspirations are for the immediate future. And,that prompted me to talk with {Read More…}

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