Ready… Set… Roadschool!

The Road Trip Teacher has a bag of roadschool tricks. We do not go anywhere without the Road Trip Teacher bag. Because we love lapbooks, items in our bag reflect this style of learning. We take this bag wherever we go and always have what we need for the next learning roadtrip. Roadschool Tools of {Read More…}

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…}

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…}

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…}

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…}

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